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Long non-coding RNA and inflammation in acute myeloid leukemia: a possible regulatory feedback loop.

Long non-coding RNA and inflammation in acute myeloid leukemia: a possible regulatory feedback loop.

Acute myeloid leukemia is the most common form of leukemia. With an estimated global incidence of 3–8.7 people per 100,00...

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Inflammation regulates long non-coding RNA-PTTG1-1:1 in myeloid leukemia.

Chateauvieux, Sébastien Gaigneaux, Anthoula Gérard, Déborah Orsini, Marion Morceau, Franck Orlikova-Boyer, Barbora Farge, Thomas Récher, Christian Sarry, Jean-Emmanuel Dicato, Mario ...

Published in Haematologica

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Long ARN non-codant et inflammation dans la leucémie myéloïde aiguë : une nouvelle piste grâce à l’identification d’une boucle de retro-régulation.

Long ARN non-codant et inflammation dans la leucémie myéloïde aiguë : une nouvelle piste grâce à l’identification d’une boucle de retro-régulation.

La leucémie myéloïde aiguë est la forme la plus courante de leucémie. Avec une incidence globale estimée de 3 à 8,7 personnes...
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Un antimicrobien naturel pourrait être la source d’un nouveau traitement contre la leucémie

Un antimicrobien naturel pourrait être la source d’un nouveau traitement contre la leucémie

Beaucoup de cellules cancéreuses développent une résistance à la mort cellulaire programmée, ce qui permet aux tumeurs de...

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The dialkyl resorcinol stemphol disrupts calcium homeostasis to trigger programmed immunogenic necrosis in cancer

Ji, Seungwon Lee, Jin-Young Schrör, Jan Mazumder, Aloran Jang, Dong Man Chateauvieux, Sébastien Schnekenburger, Michael Hong, Che Ry Christov, Christo Kang, Hyoung Jin ...

Published in Cancer Letters

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Natural antimicrobial could be the source of a new treatment for leukaemia

Natural antimicrobial could be the source of a new treatment for leukaemia

Many cancer cells develop a resistance to programmed cell death, allowing tumours to progress unchecked. Prof. Marc Diede...

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The dialkyl resorcinol stemphol disrupts calcium homeostasis to trigger programmed immunogenic necrosis in cancer

Ji, Seungwon Lee, Jin-Young Schrör, Jan Mazumder, Aloran Jang, Dong Man Chateauvieux, Sébastien Schnekenburger, Michael Hong, Che Ry Christov, Christo Kang, Hyoung Jin ...

Published in Cancer Letters

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Oubliez les vampires… L’ail pourrait vaincre le cancer !

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Tubulin-binding anticancer polysulfides induce cell death via mitotic arrest and autophagic interference in colorectal c...

Esma Yagdi Aloran Mazumder Jin-Young Lee Anthoula Gaigneaux Flavia Radogna Muhammad Jawad Nasim Christo Christov Claus Jacob Kyu-Won Kim Mario Dicato ...

Published in Cancer Letters

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Forget Vampires… Garlic could Kill Cancer!

Forget Vampires… Garlic could Kill Cancer!

Prof. Marc Diederich and a team of researchers spotted around the world have discovered how a molecule found in garlic can stop cellular growth in colorectal cancer.

Colorectal cancer, or bowel cancer as it is more commonly known, is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths worldwi...

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Tubulin-binding anticancer polysulfides induce cell death via mitotic arrest and autophagic interference in colorectal c...

Esma Yagdi Aloran Mazumder Jin-Young Lee Anthoula Gaigneaux Flavia Radogna Muhammad Jawad Nasim Christo Christov Claus Jacob Kyu-Won Kim Mario Dicato ...

Published in Cancer Letters

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