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Keywords: Cancer
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Neurosignals (2018) 25 (1): 54–73.
Published Online: 17 October 2017
..., osteoprotegerin, tumour necrosis factor alpha, troponins, triglycerides etc. In this context antidepressants exert different modulatory effects on the outcome, incidence and mortality concerning several severe disorders, i.e. cancer, diabetes, stroke, inflammation, stroke and cardiovascular risk. Vice versa...
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Neurosignals (2013) 21 (3-4): 240–258.
Published Online: 21 August 2012
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Chemokines Cancer Brain Neuropathology Chemokines are small (8-14 kDa), secreted chemotactic proteins which are now the largest known cytokine family. Chemokines...
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Biological Signals and Receptors (2000) 9 (3-4): 160–171.
Published Online: 20 July 2000
... damage and dysfunction. In the current review, these findings are considered in terms of neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, ischemia/reperfusion injury and aging. Besides being a highly effective direct free radical scavenger and indirect antioxidant, melatonin has several features that make...
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Biological Signals and Receptors (1999) 8 (1-2): 75–78.
Published Online: 19 March 1999
... 145 human prostate cancer, MCF-7 human breast carcinoma, and rat diethylstilbestrol-induced prolactinoma. Although it has been suggested that melatonin may influence the proliferation of tumor cells via RZR/ROR receptors, it cannot be excluded that the antiproliferative effects of melatonin and CGP...
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Biological Signals and Receptors (1999) 8 (1-2): 49–55.
Published Online: 19 March 1999
...DavidE. Blask; LeonardA. Sauer; RobertT. Dauchy; EugeneW. Holowachuk; MaryS. Ruhoff Melatonin is an important inhibitor of cancer growth promotion while the essential polyunsaturated fatty acid, linoleic acid is an important promoter of cancer progression. Following its rapid uptake by tumor tissue...
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Biological Signals and Receptors (1998) 7 (4): 195–219.
Published Online: 02 September 1998
... or in combination with the standard cancer treatment. Utilization of melatonin for treatment of rhythm disorders, such as those manifested in jet lag, shift work or blindness, is one of the oldest and the most successful clinical application of this chemical. Low doses of melatonin applied in controlled-release...