volume 56, issue 4, P1455-1466 2013
DOI: 10.1021/jm3009822
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Abstract: Gold-containing compounds have shown anticancer potential, but their clinical applications have been severely limited by poor stability and high toxicity in vivo. Here, we report a novel soluble bis-chelated gold(I)-diphosphine compound (GC20) with strong anticancer activity and low toxicity. GC20 shows strong antiproliferation potency against a broad spectrum of cancer cell lines including cisplatin-resistant cancer cells (IC50 ≈ 0.5 μM) and significantly reduces tumor growth in several tumor xenografts in mo…

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