Tag Archives: antitumoral

Nucleus-targeted anticancer drug delivery

Tumor cell nucleus-targeted delivery of antitumor agents is of great interest in cancer therapy, since the nucleus is one of the most frequent targets of drug action. However, efficient nuclear drug delivery upon systemic administration remains a

How to optimize the effectiveness of anticancer therapy

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common type of liver cancer. HCC is a public health problem worldwide because of its high incidence and its poor prognosis with high cancer-related mortality. In the majority of cases, patients

Unlocking trafficking impasse in life-and-death struggle of leukemic cells

Lymphocytes are immune system cells devoted to the defence against enemies coming from both outside (i.e. bacteria and viruses) and inside (tumours). Several times per day these cells escape from the blood and enter into the immune