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By Qrisstuberg Amua I'm a researcher in Bioinorganic chemistry
Olivier Trédan, Carlos M Galmarini, Krupa Patel, Ian F Tannock
Resistance of human tumors to anticancer drugs is most often ascribed to gene mutations, gene amplification, or epigenetic changes that influence the uptake, metabolism, or export of drugs from single cells. Another important yet little-appreciated cause of anticancer drug resistance is the limited ability of drugs to penetrate tumor tissue and to reach all of the tumor cells in a potentially lethal concentration. To reach all viable cells in the tumor, anticancer drugs must be delivered efficiently through the tumor vasculature, cross the vessel wall, and traverse the tumor tissue...
October 3, 2007: Journal of the National Cancer Institute
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