Bentham Science Publishers has published the sixth volume of its patent book series, Topics in Anti-Cancer Research. The book series covers important advances on both experimental (preclinical) and clinical cancer research in drug development. The book series offers readers an insight into current and future therapeutic approaches for the prevention of different types of cancers, synthesizing new anti-cancer agents, new patented compounds, targets and agents for cancer therapy as well as recent molecular and gene therapy research. Eminent researchers in the field of anti-cancer drug provide insightful reviews and commentary and different topics in the field. The comprehensive range of themes covered in each volume of the series is beneficial to clinicians, immunologists, and R&D experts looking for new anti-cancer targets and patents for the treatment of neoplasms, as well as varied approaches for cancer therapy.
Previous volumes of Topics in Anti-Cancer Research - Volumes 1-4) are indexed in Book Citation Index, Science (BKCI-S), Chemical Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews, EBSCO Discovery Service, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory. Volumes 4 and 5 are planned for evaluation for indexation in Clarivate Analytics other databases this year.
Topics in Anti-Cancer Research - Volume 6 is indexed in Chemical Abstracts Service, EBSCO Discovery Service, and Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.
The topics covered in the sixth volume of this series include:
- - The role of microtubules for the cure of various untreated cancers
- Novel chemoimmunotherapy drug combinations & methods in clinical studies/trials
- Targeting polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) in the treatment of colorectal cancer
- Anti-cancer activity of natural and synthetic chalcones and their derivatives
- Recent advances in microRNA-based cancer therapeutics
- The role of inflammation in chemotherapy-induced neuromuscular effects
- Recent patents for treating heart failure due to inflammation, mitochondria and energy metabolism in cancer cachexia
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