PMID: 4547138Jul 1, 1974Paper

Anti-tumour activity of aprotinin

British Journal of Cancer
A L LatnerG A Turner


A malignant invasive fibrosarcoma in hamsters and a malignant mammary carcinoma in mice were each challenged with the broad spectrum proteinase inhibitor aprotinin (Trasylol). In both tumour systems, significant anti-tumour effects of aprotinin were observed. Variations in the site and dosage of aprotinin application were made in an attempt to improve the chemotherapeutic response.


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