nitrosourea

Alkylating agent used in the treatment of many neoplasms; an example is BCNU [N,N'-Bis(2-chloroethyl)-N-nitrosourea; carmustine]. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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nitrosourea

(ni-tro″so-u´re-ә) any of a group of cell cycle phase nonspecific alkylating agents that cross the blood-brain barrier and are used as antineoplastic agents.
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nitrosourea

Type: Term Pronunciation: nī-trō′sō-ūr′ē-ă Definitions: 1. Alkylating agent used in the treatment of many neoplasms; an example is BCNU.
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nitrosourea

An anticancer drug that can cross the blood-brain barrier. Carmustine and lomustine are nitrosoureas.
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Nitrosourea

Nitrosourea is both the name of a molecule, and a class of compounds that include a nitroso (R-NO) group and a urea. ==Examples== Examples include: Nitrosourea compounds are DNA alkylating agents and are often used in chemotherapy. They are lipophilic and thus can cross the blood–brain barrier, making them useful in the treatment of brain tumors
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