Published in Cancer Weekly, June 2nd, 2009
"We found out that the presence of phosphine oxide on the 2,6-dimethoxylpyridine ring is important for the antitumor activity; the presence of bromine on this core leads to a further enhancement of its antitumor activity," wrote K.H. Lam and colleagues, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
The researchers concluded: "This is the first reported work on the...
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