Marcos Tello

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The aim of this paper is to present the evaluations and results attained by our research group from the clinical applications of Electrochemical Therapy (EChT in short) on tumors, specifically of cats and dogs. Our in vivo results indicate that EChT is an effective cancer treatment. Application of EChT in human beings was approved by National Health(More)
Electrochemical treatment is an alternative modality for tumor treatment based on the application of a low intensity direct electric current to the tumor tissue through two or more platinum electrodes placed within the tumor zone or in the surrounding areas. This treatment is noted for its great effectiveness, minimal invasiveness and local effect. Several(More)
The mechanisms of antitumor effects associated with the Electro Current Therapy (ECT) treatment that consists of a DC current flow in the tumor region are not well understood. So, the aim of this paper is to present a Tumor Cellular Model to evaluate the potential profile developed across the cellular membrane, which separates the intracellular and(More)
The use of vesicles co-incubated with plasmids showed to improve the efficiency of cytoplasmic injection of transgenes in cattle. Here, this technique was tested as a simplified alternative for transgenes delivery in porcine zygotes. To this aim, cytoplasmic injection of the plasmid alone was compared to the injection with plasmids co-incubated with(More)
The aim of this paper is to present the results attained by our research group from the clinical applications of DC current in dogs presenting mammary tumors. Indeed, it is important to point out that the cytopathological exams, attained from the treated mammary glands, indicate that the macrophage cells appear in all treated tumors after some application(More)
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