Mechanism of action
These agents display potent antitumor properties due to their ability to intercalate into dna and interfere with the function of both the topoisomerase I and topoisomerase II enzymes, thereby inhibiting DNA replication and ultimately, interfering with RNA and protein synthesis.
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