Paloma E. Garcia

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Several genetically engineered mouse (GEM) models of colorectal cancer have been developed and are a mainstay in our efforts to identify means of preventing and treating this disease. Many of these models involve a germline disruption of the adenomatous polyposis coli (Apc) tumor suppressor gene and share the limitation that the great preponderance of(More)
Twelve pure compounds originally obtained through a systematic chemotaxonomical study with Mexican plants of the Asteraceae, were subjected to a cytotoxic and in vitro antimicrobial screening. Three different cell lines in culture (KB, KB-VI and P388) were used in the cytotoxicity assay, while antimicrobial activity was tested against Gram-positive and(More)
UNLABELLED Pancreatic cancer is characterized by an extensive desmoplastic stroma, the functional relevance of which is poorly understood. Activated fibroblasts are a prevalent component of the stroma, and traditionally, these cells have been considered as a homogenous population derived from pancreatic stellate cells. In this study, we highlight a(More)
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