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DNA Alkylating

DNA alkylating is the transfer of alkyl groups to particular bases, resulting in alkylation products such as O2‐alkylthymine and O6‐methylguanine that lead to DNA mutations.

Products for  DNA Alkylating

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  2. GC49470 1-Ethyl-1-nitrosourea (hydrate) A DNA alkylating agent 1-Ethyl-1-nitrosourea (hydrate)  Chemical Structure
  3. GC14564 Altretamine Antineoplastic agent Altretamine  Chemical Structure
  4. GC13671 Busulfan DNA alkylating agent Busulfan  Chemical Structure
  5. GC15793 Carmustine cell-cycle phase nonspecific alkylating antineoplastic agent Carmustine  Chemical Structure
  6. GC18100 Illudin S potent antitumor sesquiterpene Illudin S  Chemical Structure
  7. GC41384 K-TMZ K-TMZ is a DNA alkylating agent. K-TMZ  Chemical Structure
  8. GC17865 Lomustine Antineoplastic drug Lomustine  Chemical Structure
  9. GC44243 Monohydroxy Melphalan (hydrochloride) Monohydroxy melphalan is a DNA alkylating agent and a degradation product of melphalan. Monohydroxy Melphalan (hydrochloride)  Chemical Structure
  10. GC44251 MTIC

    MTIC is a DNA alkylating agent, an active metabolite of dacarbazine, and an active degradation product of temozolomide.

    MTIC  Chemical Structure
  11. GC44348 N-desmethyl Bendamustine N-desmethyl Bendamustine is an active metabolite of the DNA alkylating agent bendamustine. N-desmethyl Bendamustine  Chemical Structure
  12. GC14762 Palifosfamide Active metabolite of ifosfamide (IFOS) Palifosfamide  Chemical Structure
  13. GC13667 Temozolomide An oral DNA alkylating agent used to treat some brain cancers Temozolomide  Chemical Structure
  14. GC16158 Thio-TEPA alkylating agent used to treat cancer Thio-TEPA  Chemical Structure
  15. GC15043 Trioxsalen intercalates into DNA and forms DNA single-strand adducts and interstrand crosslinks when activated with ultraviolet light Trioxsalen  Chemical Structure

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