Mareike Roscher

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AIM The emerging interest in radioimmunotherapies employing alpha-emitters for cancer treatment like high risk-leukaemia leads to the question of how these radionuclides exhibit their cytotoxicity. To clarify the molecular mechanisms of cell death induction, we investigated the molecular effects of the alpha-emitter Bismuth-213 (Bi-213) bound to a(More)
Radioimmunotherapy (RIT) is an emerging treatment option for non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) producing higher overall response and complete remission rates compared with unlabelled antibodies. However, the majority of patients treated with conventional or myeloablative doses of radiolabelled antibodies relapse. The development of RIT with alpha-emitters is(More)
HbpS is an extracellular oligomeric protein, which has been shown to act in concert with the two-component system SenS-SenR during the sensing of redox stress. HbpS can bind and degrade heme under oxidative stress conditions, leading to a free iron ion. The liberated iron is subsequently coordinated on the protein surface. Furthermore, HbpS has been shown(More)
Glioblastoma are the most frequent and malignant human brain tumors, having a very poor prognosis. The enhanced radio- and chemoresistance of glioblastoma and the glioblastoma stem cells might be the main reason why conventional therapies fail. The second messenger cyclic AMP (cAMP) controls cell proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis. Downregulation(More)
Despite good achievements in prevention and control, cancer is still a leading cause of death worldwide. The development of resistances against conventional treatment modalities is one of the main causes of failure in the treatment of cancer. Radio- and chemotherapies fail frequently due to intrinsic or acquired resistances in apoptotic signalling pathways(More)
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