Simonetta Russo

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The EPH receptor A2 (EPHA2) represents an attractive anticancer target. With the aim to identify novel EPHA2 receptor antagonists, a virtual screening campaign, combining shape-similarity and docking calculations, was conducted on a set of commercially available compounds. A combined score, taking into account both ligand- and structure-based results, was(More)
The Eph-ephrin system plays a critical role in tumor growth and vascular functions during carcinogenesis. We had previously identified cholanic acid as a competitive and reversible EphA2 antagonist able to disrupt EphA2-ephrinA1 interaction and to inhibit EphA2 activation in prostate cancer cells. Herein, we report the synthesis and biological evaluation of(More)
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