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Metal-Based Drugs
Volume 6 (1999), Issue 1, Pages 17-18

Survival and Histopathological Study of Animals Bearing Ehrlich Tumor Treated With a Rhodium(II) Amidate

1University of São Paulo, Institute of Chemistry, Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes, 748 - r. 1265, São Paulo 055508-900, Brazil
2University of São Paulo, Institute of Biomedical Sciences I, Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes, 1524, São Paulo 055508-900, Brazil
3Faculty of Medical Sciences of the Santa Casa de São Paulo, R. Da. Veridiana, 311, São Paulo 01238-010, Brazil

Received 28 September 1998; Accepted 9 October 1998

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The survival of 90% of a tumor-bearing population treated with the complex Rh2(CF3CONH)4 was examined and the pharmacological parameter Surv90 determined. Histopathological alterations raised for this drug in several tissues were studied in Balb-c mice. A Surv90 dose of 3.8x 105 mol/kg was found.