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Articles from the journal Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry 17, Issue 1:
- Thiol-Activated Anticancer Agents: The State of the Art
- Anticancer Drug Combinations, How Far We can Go Through?
- Ruthenium(II) Complexes as Potential Apoptosis Inducers in Chemotherapy
- Killing Glioma ‘Stem-like’ Cells via Drug-Induced Relocation of Endosomal Urokinase Proteins
- Rapamycin-loaded Immunoliposomes Functionalized with Trastuzumab: A Strategy to Enhance Cytotoxicity to HER2-positive Breast Cancer Cells
- Novel 2-Thienyl- and 2-Benzothienyl-Substituted 6-(2-Imidazolinyl)Benzothiazoles: Synthesis; in vitro Evaluation of Antitumor Effects and Assessment of Mitochondrial Toxicity
- Design, Synthesis and Evaluation of 5-pyridin-4-yl-2-thioxo-[1,3,4]oxadiazol-3-yl Derivatives as Anti-angiogenic Agents Targeting VEGFR-2
- Synthesis, in vitro Antiproliferative and Antiinflammatory Activities, and Kinase Inhibitory effects of New 1,3,4-triarylpyrazole Derivatives
- New 2-Imino-2H-Chromene-3(N-aryl)carboxamides as Potential Cytotoxic Agents
- Effect of PUFAs Oral Administration on the Amount of Apoptotic Caspases Enzymes in Gastric Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy
- Glycodendrimer PPI as a Potential Drug in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia. The Influence of Glycodendrimer on Apoptosis in In Vitro B-CLL Cells Defined by Microarrays
- Induction of Autophagic Cell Death in Apoptosis-resistant Pancreatic Cancer Cells using Benzo[α]phenoxazines Derivatives, 10-methyl-benzo[α]phenoxazine-5-one and benzo[α]phenoxazine-5-one
- In Vivo Performance of a Ruthenium-cyclopentadienyl Compound in an Orthotopic Triple Negative Breast Cancer Model
- Synthesis of Icaritin and β-anhydroicaritin Mannich Base Derivatives and Their Cytotoxic Activities on Three Human Cancer Cell Lines
- Cordycepin Affects Multiple Apoptotic Pathways to Mediate Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Death
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