- Research Grants
Patrick Vianna Garcia in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Due to the high incidence of urinary bladder cancer noninvasive muscle (CBNMI), rises the interest in developing new anti-tumor therapeutic modalities based on the use of live attenuated bacteria and their purified products, highlighting Salmonella enterica typhimurium, which has been assessed due to its excellent safety profile, a large propensity for allocation in tumors and a remarka...
The pancreatic cancer is one of the most aggressive tumors, being responsible for 5% of death worldwide. Strong evidences suggest that the main oncogenic pathways are adapted to the metabolism of the tumor to guarantee its progression and development. Thus, the alterations in the cellular energy metabolism should be considered as a fundamental feature of the cancer. In this scenario, P-...
The prostate morphology and physiology have been examined with particular attention because of different lesions that affect this organ. Among these stand out benign hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer (PC). The low degree of effectiveness of therapies against prostate proliferative lesions may be related to the low effects of these therapies on the mechanisms of tissue repair and rea...
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