Leda Severi

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EXPERIMENTAL study of the relation of isoniazid to carcinogenesis takes its origin from human pathology and this is an index of the timeliness of the research and of the seriousness of the problem, which was posed by the Hungarian school (Berencsi et al., 1952; Juhasz et al., 1957). The root of experimental research should always be this: experimental(More)
Our current understanding of the mechanisms of action of antitumor agents and the precise mechanisms underlying drug resistance is that these two processes are directly linked. Moreover, it is often possible to delineate chemoresistance mechanisms based on the specific mechanism of action of a given anticancer drug. A more holistic approach to the(More)