Neil Dunbar

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Local injection (i.e. injection at the site of tumour inoculation) of strains of C. Parvum which have a significant anti-tumour effect when given systemically (i.e. intravenously or, in the case of subcutaneous tumour transplant, intraperitoneally) strongly inhibits the growth of isogeneic transplants of a fibrosarcoma in intact CBA mice but has little or(More)
S.c. injection of tumour cells or small pieces of tumour irradiated to a dose of 22,000 rad evoked resistance to live challenge with the same tumour (a CBA strain fibrosarcoma induced with methylcholanthrene) 14 days later. This resistance was, however, over-ridden if the challenging inoculum was sufficiently large, and did not develop if the cells were(More)
Hit compound 1, a selective noradrenaline re-uptake transporter (NET) inhibitor was optimised to build in potency at the serotonin re-uptake transporter (SERT) whilst maintaining selectivity against the dopamine re-uptake transporter (DAT). During the optimisation of 1 it became clear that selectivity against the Kv11.1 potassium ion channel (hERG) was also(More)
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