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Steps Toward Non-Toxic Cancer Therapy, with Help From the Sea

Steps Toward Non-Toxic Cancer Therapy, with Help From the Sea

A marine sponge could provide a new tumor-blocking drug and synergies with other therapies, Luxembourg researchers find.

Plants aren’t the only natural sources of potential new cancer treatments: a sea sponge has inspired the LBMCC lab’s latest a...

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Discovery and characterization of Isofistularin-3, a marine brominated alkaloid, as a new DNA demethylating agent induci...

Cristina Florean Michael Schnekenburger Jin-Young Lee Kyung Kim Aloran Mazumder Sungmi Song Jae-Myun Kim Cindy Grandjenette Jeoung-Gyun Kim Ah-Young Yoon ...

Published in Oncotarget

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Vers une thérapie non toxique contre le cancer, grâce à la mer

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Discovery and characterization of Isofistularin-3, a marine brominated alkaloid, as a new DNA demethylating agent induci...

Cristina Florean Michael Schnekenburger Jin-Young Lee Kyung Kim Aloran Mazumder Sungmi Song Jae-Myun Kim Cindy Grandjenette Jeoung-Gyun Kim Ah-Young Yoon ...

Published in Oncotarget

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Reining in Aggressive Prostate Cancer: Nature Provides Two Promising Inhibitors
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De la nature au chevet du patient : des molécules naturelles prometteuses contre le cancer de la prostate agressif
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Avancées en Neuro-Oncologie : Vaincre la résistance aux traitements chez les enfants atteints du neuroblastome

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Cell type-dependent ROS and mitophagy response leads to apoptosis or necroptosis in neuroblastoma

Flavia Radogna Claudia Cerella Anthoula Gaigneaux C. Christov Mario Dicato Marc Diederich

Published in Oncogene

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Overcoming Drug Resistance in Childhood Neuroblastoma: Progress in Neuro-Oncology

Overcoming Drug Resistance in Childhood Neuroblastoma: Progress in Neuro-Oncology

A new study from Luxembourg could one day lead to personalized treatments for neuroblastoma, a notoriously drug-resistant form of cancer.

New findings from Luxembourg cancer lab LBMCC have the potential to help young children afflicted with a deadly form of cance...

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Cell type-dependent ROS and mitophagy response leads to apoptosis or necroptosis in neuroblastoma

Flavia Radogna Claudia Cerella Anthoula Gaigneaux C. Christov Mario Dicato Marc Diederich

Published in Oncogene

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For cancer, a natural or synthetic anti-inflammatory, but not both

For cancer, a natural or synthetic anti-inflammatory, but not both

A synthetic anti-inflammatory reduced the cancer-fighting effect of a well-known, natural compound found in turmeric.

While certain things are greater than the sum of their parts, this seems not to be the case with some cancer treatments. Rath...

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Celecoxib prevents curcumin-induced apoptosis in a hematopoietic cancer cell model

Cyril Sobolewski Florian Muller Claudia Cerella Mario Dicato Marc Diederich

Published in Molecular Carcinogenesis

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Lutte contre le cancer : anti-inflammatoire naturel ou synthétique, il faut choisir !

Lutte contre le cancer : anti-inflammatoire naturel ou synthétique, il faut choisir !

Un anti-inflammatoire synthétique réduit l’action anticancéreuse d’une substance naturelle bien connue, extraite du curcuma

Si dans certaines situations, le tout est plus grand que la somme des parties, cela ne semble pas être le cas pour certains t...

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Celecoxib prevents curcumin-induced apoptosis in a hematopoietic cancer cell model

Cyril Sobolewski Florian Muller Claudia Cerella Mario Dicato Marc Diederich

Published in Molecular Carcinogenesis

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Cardiac Drugs Against Cancer: Deciphering Their Action in the Cell

Cardiac Drugs Against Cancer: Deciphering Their Action in the Cell

Cancer researchers at the LBMCC lab in Luxembourg have identified the mechanism of action of a new anticancer drug

A family of naturally occurring plant compounds traditionally used to treat cardiac problems has also shown powerful effects...

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Early downregulation of Mcl-1 regulates apoptosis triggered by cardiac glycoside UNBS1450

Claudia Cerella Florian Muller Anthoula Gaigneaux Flavia Radogna Elodie Viry Sébastien Chateauvieux Mario Dicato Marc Diederich

Published in Cell Death and Disease

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Les digitaliques, du cœur au cancer

Les digitaliques, du cœur au cancer

Des chercheurs contre le cancer au laboratoire LBMCC à l’hôpital du Kirchberg ont identifié le mécanisme d’action d’un nouveau médicament anticancéreux.

Une famille de composés naturels végétaux utilisés traditionnellement dans le traitement de maladies cardiaques s’avère avoir...

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Early downregulation of Mcl-1 regulates apoptosis triggered by cardiac glycoside UNBS1450

Claudia Cerella Florian Muller Anthoula Gaigneaux Flavia Radogna Elodie Viry Sébastien Chateauvieux Mario Dicato Marc Diederich

Published in Cell Death and Disease

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