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Antibody Drug Conjugates for Cancer Therapy

Antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) constitute a family of cancer therapeutics designed to preferentially direct a cytotoxic drug to cells expressing a cell-surface antigen recognized by an antibody. The antibody and drug are linked through chemistries that enable release of the cytotoxic drug or drug adduct upon internalization and digestion of the ADC by the cell. Over 40 distinct ADCs, targeting an array of antigens and utilizing a variety of drugs and linkers, are undergoing clinical evaluation. This review primarily covers ADCs that have advanced to clinical investigation with a particular emphasis on how the individual targets, linker chemistries, and appended drugs influence their behavior.

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Our article: Therapeutic miRNAs

 Pharmacological Research


Date published: not known

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»G Protein-Coupled Receptors as Targets for Approved Drugs: How Many Targets and How Many Drugs? [Minireview-Axelrod Symposium 2017]
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It is widely accepted that cAMP signaling is compartmentalized within cells. However, our knowledge ...
»Caveolins as Regulators of Stress Adaptation [Minireview-Axelrod Symposium 2017]
Caveolins have been recognized over the past few decades as key regulators of cell physiology. They ...

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»Exploiting the geometry of the solution space to reduce sensitivity to neuromotor noise
»The self-organization of plant microtubules inside the cell volume yields their cortical localization, stable alignment, and sensitivity to external cues
»Prediction of infectious disease epidemics via weighted density ensembles
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»Metabolic enzyme cost explains variable trade-offs between microbial growth rate and yield
»Trade-off between synergy and efficacy in combinations of HIV-1 latency-reversing agents
»In silico analysis of antibiotic-induced Clostridium difficile infection: Remediation techniques and biological adaptations
»A stochastic and dynamical view of pluripotency in mouse embryonic stem cells
»Integrating linear optimization with structural modeling to increase HIV neutralization breadth
»A multiscale modelling approach to assess the impact of metabolic zonation and microperfusion on the hepatic carbohydrate metabolism
»Optimizing homeostatic cell renewal in hierarchical tissues
»A comprehensive and quantitative comparison of text-mining in 15 million full-text articles versus their corresponding abstracts

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Parham Jabbarzadeh Kaboli, PhD

Research scientist
in molecular medicine

Expert in:

Cell and molecular Biology
Modelling and drug discovery
Cancer signaling pathways

H-index= 3 (Google Scholar)
i10-index= 3
Overall ISI impact factor= 18.15
Overall citation= 110 (Google Scholar)


The American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET)

American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

European Association for Cancer Research (EACR)

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS)


Department of Biomedical Science,
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences,
Universiti Putra Malaysia,
UPM Serdang 43400,
Selangor, Malaysia

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