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Natural Products as Sources of New Drugs for the Regulation of Mast Cell Activation

IHEM-FCM-UNCuyo, Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, M5500 Mendoza, Argentina
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Presented at the 2nd Molecules Medicinal Chemistry Symposium (MMCS): Facing Novel Challenges in Drug Discovery, Barcelona, Spain, 15–17 May 2019.
Proceedings 2019, 22(1), 82; (registering DOI)
Published: 16 August 2019
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Taking into account that the identification of novel molecules for the effective treatment of inflammatory and immune diseases is one of the main present medical needs and one of the major goals of the pharmaceutical industry, the aim of our work is intended to provide new therapeutic strategies and a deeper understanding of the mechanism of action of new drugs related to such disorders. [...]
Keywords: mast cells; natural products; olive oil mast cells; natural products; olive oil
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Coll, R.; Mariani, M.L.; Penissi, A. Natural Products as Sources of New Drugs for the Regulation of Mast Cell Activation. Proceedings 2019, 22, 82.

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