PMID: 19689406Aug 20, 2009Paper

ABC transporters as potential targets for modulation of drug resistance

Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry
L GattiP Perego


ATP binding cassette transporters are implicated in multidrug resistant phenotypes of tumor cells and may be cancer stem cell markers. Inhibitors of drug efflux pumps represent an emerging group of potentially useful agents for the improvement of antitumor therapy. Here we provide an overview of drug transporter functions and modulation.


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