Apoptosis in Cancer

Apoptosis is an important mechanism in cancer. By evading apoptosis, tumors can continue to grow without regulation and metastasize systemically. Many therapies are evaluating the use of pro-apoptotic activation to eliminate cancer growth. Here is the latest research on apoptosis in cancer.

July 8, 2020

Heterometrus Spinifer : An Untapped Source of Anti-Tumor Molecules

Biology
Morhanavallee SoopramanienRuqaiyyah Siddiqui
July 8, 2020

Tumor Cell-Intrinsic Immunometabolism and Precision Nutrition in Cancer Immunotherapy

Cancers
Elisabet CuyàsJavier A Menendez
July 8, 2020
Open Access

Contribution of Immune Cells to Glucocorticoid Receptor Expression in Breast Cancer

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Shipra GandhiKazuaki Takabe
July 7, 2020

Potential effects of allyl isothiocyanate on inhibiting cellular proliferation and inducing apoptotic pathway in human cisplatin-resistant oral cancer cells

Journal of the Formosan Medical Association = Taiwan Yi Zhi
Pei-Ying ChangShang-Lun Chiang
July 7, 2020
Open Access

Effects of curcumin complexes on MDA‑MB‑231 breast cancer cell proliferation

International Journal of Oncology
Fatima MohammedSalim Fredericks
July 7, 2020

Diosgenin Exerts Antitumor Activity via Downregulation of Skp2 in Breast Cancer Cells

BioMed Research International
Yanling LiuGuiying Xu
July 7, 2020
Open Access

Inhibition of autophagy flux by sertraline attenuates TRAIL resistance in lung cancer via death receptor 5 upregulation

International Journal of Molecular Medicine
Kazi Mohammad Ali ZinnahSang-Youel Park
July 7, 2020
Open Access

Chaetocin Abrogates the Self-Renewal of Bladder Cancer Stem Cells via the Suppression of the KMT1A-GATA3-STAT3 Circuit

Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology
Zhao YangChangyuan Yu
July 8, 2020
Review
Open Access

Mechanisms of Resistance to Immunotoxins Containing Pseudomonas Exotoxin A in Cancer Therapy

Biomolecules
Michael Dieffenbach, Ira Pastan

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