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The Potential use of SIFT-MS as a breath diagnostic tool
The measurement of volatile chemicals in human breath has recently emerged as a non-invasive technique with the potential for the early diagnosis of disease. A benefit of early diagnosis is that treatment plans including ...
Ruthenium-Tris(Pyrazolyl)methane complexes as potential candidates for cancer chemotherapy agents
The MeCN ligands of complex 1 were substitutionally inert, however, under forcing conditions the DMSO ligands of complex 2 were displaced by chelating 1,2-bis(diphenylphosphino)ethane to produce complex 6. Structural ...
Expression of integrin and toll-like receptors in cervical cancer (in vivo and ex vivo study)
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women world-wide. Although persistent human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is considered the most important causative agent of cervical cancer, the mechanisms toward ...
Using exercise based interventions for the treatment of cancer related fatigue: a meta analysis
Background: Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF) is recognized as the most prevalent and distressing symptom affecting cancer patients and survivors. Although the of CRF is a new field of research, many studies have investigated ...