Prospects for the treatment of cancer patients with joint use of BRT and KD immunomodulator (cucumaridosis)
AUTHORS : Sobotovich S.L. | Boguslavsky V.M.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Regional Clinical Hospital, Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry DVORAN, Vladivostok, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Method of treatment
The drug KD – the sum of triterpene glycosides, isolated from Japanese cucumaria, is one of the most active drugs among the known immunomodulators (Sedov A.M., Elkina S.I., etc.). One of the mechanisms of its biochemical action is the activation of macrophages. Triterpene glycosides isolated from sea cucumbers are able to stimulate antibacterial resistance against salmonellosis in mice [one].
The drug KD enhances the body’s resistance to diseases caused by a number of gram-negative microorganisms, and some viral diseases. It is used in veterinary medicine to prevent a number of diseases of farm animals and fur animals. A number of interesting features: