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Blastoma

Tumour predisposition and cancer syndromes as models to study gene–environment interactions

AbstractCell division and organismal development are exquisitely orchestrated and regulated processes. The dysregulation of the molecular mechanisms underlying these processes may cause cancer, a consequence of cell-intrinsic and/or cell-extrinsic events. Cellular DNA can be damaged by spontaneous hydrolysis, reactive oxygen species, aberrant cellular metabolism or other perturbations that cause DNA…
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May 29, 2020
Blastoma

Structure-based drug repositioning explains ibrutinib as VEGFR2 inhibitor

Loading metrics Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Melissa F. Adasme , Daniele Parisi , Kristien Van Belle, Sebastian Salentin, V. Joachim Haupt, Gary S. Jennings, Jörg-Christian Heinrich, Jean Herman, Ben Sprangers, Thierry Louat, Yves Moreau, Michael Schroeder Melissa F. Adasme,  Daniele Parisi,  Kristien Van Belle,  Sebastian Salentin,  V. Joachim Haupt, …
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May 27, 2020
Blastoma

Low dose of luteolin activates Nrf2 in the liver of mice at start of the active phase but not that of the inactive phase

Loading metrics Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Tomoya Kitakaze,  Atsushi Makiyama,  Yoko Yamashita,  Hitoshi Ashida x Published: April 9, 2020 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0231403 AbstractA flavone luteolin has various health-promoting activities. Several studies reported that high dose of luteolin activates the Nrf2/ARE pathway in the liver. However, the effect of the low dose…
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April 9, 2020
Blastoma

7-hour surgery saves child from rare lung cancer

A three-year-old boy, diagnosed with a rare type of lung cancer (pulmonary blastoma) that gave him just days to live, has beaten the odds to come back to life after a successful surgery at a city hospital. Little Mohammed Haidan has literally come back from …
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October 9, 2019