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Journal of Oncology Research

ISSN: 2630-5267 (Online)

Vol. 3 , Iss. 1 (January 2021)

  • Articles

    Electrified Water as a Regulator of Cell Proliferation

    Yuri Pivovarenko

    Article ID: 2742    DOI:
    253  (Abstract) 122  (Download)


    It was previously found that the electric charge of water determines its ability to interact with other substances, including biologically significant ones. It is shown here that the electric charge of water can also determine its ability to penetrate and accumulate in living cells. In particular, it has been shown that the high penetrating ability of positively charged water determines both its active... More

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    Study of the Antitumor Activity of the Drug Dekoglitz on Two Tumors and Some Aspects of Its Mechanism of Action

    Zulfiya M. Enikeeva, Adil A. Ibragimov, Nigora A. Agzamova, Natalia L. Vypova, Saida S. Saidhodjaeva, Noroj R. Kholturaeva, Arzayim Ch. Abdirova, Otabek D. Tuychiev, Jamilya Sh. Polatova, Dilbar A. Kadirova, Faizullo S. Salihov

    Article ID: 2756    DOI:
    265  (Abstract) 126  (Download)


    Aim: Evaluation of the antitumor activity of the new drug Dekoglitz in animals with tumor strains of Sarcoma 45 in comparison with the drug dekocin, from which it was obtained, as well as with 5-fluorouracil and etoposide, and on ovarian tumors (OT) in comparison with the drug dekocin and identification of the effect of Dekoglitz on NA synthesis and internucleosomal DNA degradation.... More

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    Treatment Outcomes of Germ Cell Tumors of Ovary: Single Institutional Study

    Rohit Kumar Jha, Ajit Kumar Kushwaha, Mukunda Kumar, Sunaina Wadhwa, Sumedha Gargy

    Article ID: 2705    DOI:
    294  (Abstract) 121  (Download)


    5% of all ovarian tumours are accounted to germ cell tumours (GCT’s).Affecting mostly young women, the highest incidence is seen in second and third decade of life. They are highly malignant but chemosensitive and more curable than their epithelial counterparts. Treating these tumors with effective surgery and combination chemotherapy survival rates have dramatically improved in recent decades. We present our experience of ovarian... More

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    Research Advance on the Relationship between Wee1 and Tumor Genesis and Progression

    Ying Yin, Guohua Yu

    Article ID: 2851    DOI:
    237  (Abstract) 145  (Download)


    In the process of biological genetic information transmission, complete and correct genetic information can make cell mitosis proceed normally.In the development of most tumor cells, G2/M cell cycle checkpoint becomes the key checkpoint in the process of mitosis due to the lack of G1/S cell cycle checkpoint, which mainly depends on the abnormal DNA information blocked by Wee1 protein... More

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    Rental Mucinous Tubular and Spindle Cell Carcinoma:Case Report

    Mosab Abdalla Ali Alzubier, Abd Elmouniem Ali Elgasim, Sami Mahjoub Taha

    Article ID: 2830    DOI:
    231  (Abstract) 110  (Download)


    Mucinous tubular and spindle cell carcinoma (MTSCC) of the kidney is an uncommon recently recognized renal cell carcinoma.We reported A 60 year's old man who presented with right flank pain, abdominal swelling and one attack of hematuria.The intraoperative finding was a huge cystic swelling arising from the right kidney occupying almost all the abdominal cavity displacing the bowel to the left... More