miRNAs for the Detection of MultiDrug Resistance: Overview and Perspectives
AbstractThe goal of the present paper is to establish and validate the link between cancer diagnosis and therapy by microRNAs detection. The induction in vitro of some specific microRNAs after treatment with MDR ligands has been outlined. Starting from the results obtained by in vitro induction of MDCK and MDCK-MDR1 cells treated by a MDR1 ligand, a new scenario in the early diagnosis and chemotherapy could be disclosed. To corroborate this perspective a short overview on pancreatic cancer diagnosis and chemotherapeutic treatment has been reported. View Full-Text
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Gisel, A.; Valvano, M.; El Idrissi, I.G.; Nardulli, P.; Azzariti, A.; Carrieri, A.; Contino, M.; Colabufo, N.A. miRNAs for the Detection of MultiDrug Resistance: Overview and Perspectives. Molecules 2014, 19, 5611-5623.
Gisel A, Valvano M, El Idrissi IG, Nardulli P, Azzariti A, Carrieri A, Contino M, Colabufo NA. miRNAs for the Detection of MultiDrug Resistance: Overview and Perspectives. Molecules. 2014; 19(5):5611-5623.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gisel, Andreas; Valvano, Mirna; El Idrissi, Imane G.; Nardulli, Patrizia; Azzariti, Amalia; Carrieri, Antonio; Contino, Marialessandra; Colabufo, Nicola A. 2014. "miRNAs for the Detection of MultiDrug Resistance: Overview and Perspectives." Molecules 19, no. 5: 5611-5623.