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Palladium (II) complex enhances ROS-dependent apoptotic effects via autophagy inhibition and disruption of multiple signaling pathways in colorectal cancer cells
Background: Inhibition of autophagy is reported to be a therapeutically effective strategy in overcoming the resistance that is a deadly outcome in cancer. One of the most common reasons for chemo-resistance to treatment ...
Combination of histone deacetylase inhibitor with Cu(II) 5,5- diethylbarbiturate complex induces apoptosis in breast cancer stem cells: a promising novel approach
Background: Cancer stem cells (CSC) are subpopulation within the tumor that acts a part in the initiation, progression, recurrence, resistance to drugs and metastasis of cancer. It is well known that epigenetic changes ...
Natural products as a promising therapeutic strategy to target cancer stem cells
Cancer is still a deadly disease, and its treatment desperately needs to be managed in a very sophisticated way through fast-developing novel strategies. Most of the cancer cases eventually develop into recurrencies, for ...
Effects of exosomes on major pathways promote tumor formation and progression
(Bentham Science, 2021)
Exosomal vesicles enclose and carry a broad range of biological molecules, such as nucleic acids, lipids, and proteins, and transfer them between cells. In cancer, cells being mentioned could be neighbors in the same tumor ...