Rodrigo J. Carbajo

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BACKGROUND Conventional patent-based drug development incentives work badly for the developing world, where commercial markets are usually small to non-existent. For this reason, the past decade has seen extensive experimentation with alternative R&D institutions ranging from private-public partnerships to development prizes. Despite extensive discussion,(More)
  • Mar Orzáez, Mónica Sancho, Sandra Marchán, Laura Mondragón, Rebeca Montava, Juan García Valero +11 others
  • 2014
BACKGROUND Excessive apoptosis induces unwanted cell death and promotes pathological conditions. Drug discovery efforts aimed at decreasing apoptotic damage initially targeted the inhibition of effector caspases. Although such inhibitors were effective, safety problems led to slow pharmacological development. Therefore, apoptosis inhibition is still(More)
BACKGROUND Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a risk factor for abnormal neurodevelopment. We studied a rabbit model of IUGR by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS), to assess in vivo brain structural and metabolic consequences, and identify potential metabolic biomarkers for clinical translation. METHODS IUGR was induced in 3(More)
A combined strategy based on the development of pharmacophore hypotheses and NMR approaches is reported for the identification of novel inhibitors of heparanase, a key enzyme involved in tumor metastasis through the remodeling of the subepithelial and subendothelial basement membranes, resulting in the dissemination of metastatic cancer cells. Several(More)
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