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Anti‐angiogenic effects of the tubulysin precursor pretubulysin and of simplified pretubulysin derivatives
British journal of pharmacology
Corpus ID: 23233920
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The use of tubulin‐binding compounds, which act in part by inhibiting tumour angiogenesis, has become an…
Polymeric Tubulysin-Peptide Nanoparticles with Potent Antitumor Activity
Clinical Cancer Research
Corpus ID: 14193632
Purpose: Tubulysins are naturally occurring tetrapeptides with potent antiproliferative activity against multiple cancer cell…
Biological evaluation of tubulysin A: a potential anticancer and antiangiogenic natural product.
The Biochemical journal
Corpus ID: 18606245
Tubulysin A (tubA) is a natural product isolated from a strain of myxobacteria that has been shown to depolymerize microtubules…
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