CM1106

 

Chemical Approaches to Targeting Drug

 Resistance in Cancer Stem Cells

 
 

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The 4th Workshop in Chioggia has finished

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Presentations:

Recent Advances on Compounds Active Against Cancer Stem Cells

Recent Advances in Cancer Stem Cell Research

 

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Chioggia participates in the fight against tumors

 70 International Researchers a Grassi Palace working on

Cancer Stem Cells

 
 

 

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Post-doctoral fellowship (labex SynOrg)

Title: Enzymatically driven bioorthogonallity : expand the biochemical toolbox

 

 

International Summer School on Natural Products (ISSNP) 2nd Edition, July 3rd-7th, 2017, Naples-Italy

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Review: Chemical approaches to targeting drug resistance in cancer stem cells

P. A. SotiropoulouM. S. Christodoulou, A. Silvani, C. Herold-Mende, D. Passarella, Drug Discovery Today, 2014, 19, 1547–1562.

 

Review: Developing ovarian cancer stem cell models: laying the pipeline from discovery to clinical intervention

      Molecular Cancer

 

     
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The British Association for Cancer Research

European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer

EORTC the future of cancer therapy

The European Association for Cancer Research

     
         
     

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