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Featured Article: Salinomycin, as an autophagy modulator -- a new avenue to anticancer: a review

New Content ItemThe anticancer effects of Salinomycin have gained much interest in recent years due to the fact that Salinomycin has been shown to suppress metastasis, provoke cell death and inhibit proliferation of cancer stem cells both in vivo and in vitro without causing any adverse side effects, potentially making it a promising chemotherapeutic drug.

In this review, J. Jiang et al. discuss and summarize the research concerning how the process of autophagy exhibits a fundamental role in the anticancer effects of Salinomycin.

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Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research is an online peer-reviewed journal that provides a high-quality forum for all aspects of basic, clinical and translational work in oncology.

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Meeting reports now accepted

Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research now welcomes the submission of Meeting reports to help showcase novel developments presented at meetings and conferences.

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Mauro Castelli, Regina Elena National Cancer Institute, Italy

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Call for papers: Translational oncology

We are pleased to announce that a number of BioMed Central journals have come together to create a new cross-journal series on translational oncology.

Guest Edited by Prof Tommaso Dragani (Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Italy), the series is now accepting submissions of research articles that provide important developments in cancer research. Preclinical studies should provide a significant advance in knowledge, and have clear potential for strong clinical impact.  For more information on the series, please click here to visit the series page.

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Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research has been publishing since 1982.  Prior to publishing with BioMed Central from 2008, Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research was published in print.  For enquiries about previous content, please contact us on: 

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The editorial team of Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research would like to thank all of our reviewers who have contributed to the journal.

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