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What does C1000 stand for?

C1000 stands for concentrations producing 1000-rad-equivalents


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IC50 values were 8. 8 nM for SN-38, 10 nM for CPT, 19 nM for 9-AC, 33 nM for TPT, and greater than 100 nM for CPT-11. In drug-induced DNA damage measured by alkaline elution drug concentrations producing 1000-rad-equivalents (C1000), values were 0. 037 microM for SN-38, 0. 051 microM for CPT, 0. 085 microM for 9-AC, 0. 28 microM for TPT, and greater than 1 microM for CPT-11. SN-38 remained the most potent compound in isolated nuclei, and CPT-11 was still inactive.