Bis-carbazole DNA intercalating agents for antitumor therapy
The present invention is a DNA intercalating agent represented by the structure Y-Z-Y, wherein Y is an anti-tumor bis-carbazole and Z is a linear arrangement of multiple aromatic rings, containing at least two aromatic rings, or at least two alicyclic rings, said rings being linked in a 1,4 or 1,3 manner. Methods of inhibiting cancer cells and treating subjects having cancer with these agents are also provided.
GRIBBLE GORDON W [US]; ANDROSOV DMITRY A [US]
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