Can Some Marine-Derived Fungal Metabolites Become Actual Anticancer Agents?

@article{Gomes2015CanSM,
  title={Can Some Marine-Derived Fungal Metabolites Become Actual Anticancer Agents?},
  author={Nelson Gonçalves Gomes and Florence Lefranc and Anake Kijjoa and R{\'o}bert Kiss},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={3950 - 3991}
}
  • Nelson Gonçalves Gomes, Florence Lefranc, +1 author Róbert Kiss
  • Published 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Marine Drugs
  • Marine fungi are known to produce structurally unique secondary metabolites, and more than 1000 marine fungal-derived metabolites have already been reported. Despite the absence of marine fungal-derived metabolites in the current clinical pipeline, dozens of them have been classified as potential chemotherapy candidates because of their anticancer activity. Over the last decade, several comprehensive reviews have covered the potential anticancer activity of marine fungal-derived metabolites… CONTINUE READING

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