We present a comprehensive study of a water-soluble substance from the class of triazine derivatives alkylating agents. The performed physicochemical investigations of this cytostatic drug's aqueous solutions include the measurements of density, viscosity, speed of sound, refraction index, stability, solubility, distribution between water and octan-1-ol, as well as electronic structure calculations and molecular dynamics modelling. Biologically, the substance was investigated for its cytotoxicity as well as in vitro (on Capan-2 and SK-MEL-1 cell lines) and in vivo (transplantable Ehrlich ascites carcinoma model) therapeutic activity.
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Funding Information: The work was supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project number 21-515-10007).
- Cytostatic Agent
- Ehrlich ascites carcinoma
- Electronic structure
- Molecular Dynamics