Definition of Mithracin

1. Noun. An antineoplastic drug (trade name Mithracin) used to treat cancer of the testes.

Exact synonyms: Mithramycin
Generic synonyms: Antineoplastic Antibiotic
Language type: Trade Name



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mithracin

Misty
Mitanni
Mitchell
Mitchell's disease
Mitchell's treatment
Mitchell principle
Mitchell principles
Mitchella
Mitchella repens
Mitchum
Mitella diphylla
Mitella pentandra
Mitford
Mithra
Mithracin
Mithraea
Mithraeum
Mithraeums
Mithraic
Mithraicism
Mithraism
Mithraist
Mithras
Mithridates
Mithridates VI
Mithridates the Great
Mito
Mitra
Mitrofanoff principle

Literary usage of Mithracin

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1. From Test Tube to Patient: New Drug Development in the United States by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"For example, industry developed the phar- maceuticals mithracin (plicamycin), which treats testicular cancer, and the fungicide flucytosine before the ..."

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