Scott J Nichols

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A hallmark of cancer cells is their ability to evade apoptosis and mitochondria play a critical role in this process. Delineating mitochondrial differences between normal and cancer cells has proven challenging due to the lack of matched cell lines. Here, we compare two matched liver progenitor cell (LPC) lines, one non-tumorigenic [p53-immortalized liver(More)
Bis-chelated gold(I) phosphine complexes have shown great potential as anticancer agents, however, their efficacy has been limited by their high toxicity and lack of selectivity for cancer cells. Here, we have investigated the anticancer activity of a new bis-chelated Au(I) bidentate phosphine complex of the novel water soluble ligand(More)
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