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Targeted Antitumour Therapies Research Group

Doctoral theses

Targeted Antitumour Therapies


Marta González-Bártulos (2017)
Study of the Antitumoral Activity of New Transition- Metal Based Compounds. (5 articles científics).
Meritxell Balmaña Esteban (2016)
Pancreatic cancer markers based on aberrant glycosylation of serum proteins. (4 articles científics).
Clara Panosa Roquetes (2015)

Antitumoral properties of epidermal growth factor derivatives. (2 articles científics).

Dolors Carrión-Salip (2014)

Analysis of the vehiculization of metallic compounds as antitumor agents i the HER-EGF family in the resistance to oncology treatments. (5 articles científics).

En curs

Elisenda Zafon Ripoll

Nous complexes metal·lics dirigits als tumors per a fotoquimioteràpia selectiva. Des de: 07/2021

Cristina Bermejo Casadesús
Targeted photochemotherapy using epidermal growth factor derivatives for selective cancer treatment 11/2021

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