Glutathione Transferase (GST)-Activated Prodrugs
AbstractGlutathione transferase (formerly GST) catalyzes the inactivation of various electrophile-producing anticancer agents via conjugation to the tripeptide glutathione. Moreover, several data link the overexpression of some GSTs, in particular GSTP1-1, to both natural and acquired resistance to various structurally unrelated anticancer drugs. Tumor overexpression of these proteins has provided a rationale for the search of GST inhibitors and GST activated cytotoxic prodrugs. In the present review we discuss the current structural and pharmacological knowledge of GST-activated cytotoxic compounds. View Full-Text
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Ruzza, P.; Calderan, A. Glutathione Transferase (GST)-Activated Prodrugs. Pharmaceutics 2013, 5, 220-231.
Ruzza P, Calderan A. Glutathione Transferase (GST)-Activated Prodrugs. Pharmaceutics. 2013; 5(2):220-231.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ruzza, Paolo; Calderan, Andrea. 2013. "Glutathione Transferase (GST)-Activated Prodrugs." Pharmaceutics 5, no. 2: 220-231.