Retinoblastoma Case: Shall we Get A Paramagnetic Trend in Chemotherapy?

We have performed our study on a NEN-treated RB cell culture derived from a real clinical autopsy material. 3.5- year-old male donor has died of a massive complex abdominal trauma being previously RB-diagnosed with NMR and ultrasound tests, tumor located behind the eye globe equator line.

This is a first report ever on magnetic isotope effects of metal ions to cause the clear anti-cancer consequences in retinoblastoma cells by depriving them of the DNA repair capabilities. Both molecular mechanism of phenomenon and its possible meaning for retinoblastoma chemotherapy are presented here.


Alrxander A. Bukhvostov, Anton S. Dvornikov, Kirill V. Ermakov, Dmitry A. Kuznetsov

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