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New compounds to support fight against colonic cancer, prostate cancer and myeloid leukemia | Patent for the University of Silesia

For many years, scientists from the University of Silesia have been conducting research whose results contribute to development of medicine These actions include designing new chemical compounds, combined with the analysis of their properties A good example is the new quinazoline derivatives developed by Dr Eng Jacek Mularski, Dr Katarzynę Malarz, and Prof
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Active layers in organic electroluminescent diodes (OLEDs) | Patent for the University of Silesia

Design of nanomaterials and research on their properties contributes, among other things, to the ongoing development of modern technologies applied in organic electronics Interesting solutions are provided by anthracene derivatives, which, thanks to their properties, may be used for the construction of active layers in organic electroluminescent diodes (OLEDs) A method for obtaining such
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New patented compounds for cancer therapies

The low efficiency of therapies and adverse side effects reducing the effectiveness of drug activity and lowering the quality of life of patients are still the biggest challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry, which searches for new active substances for combating cancers An interesting example of such compounds is cytostatic drugs They are characterised,
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Clip for imaging skin cancers

Dermatologists, while examining pigmented moles on skin with regard to cancer risk, most frequently perform the assessment using dermatoscope, a device with in-built illumination increasing the affected area They pay particular attention to asymmetry of infiltration, differences in pigment and irregularities on the edges, and also try to watch the deeper structures This
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How to assess the fencers’ level of training?

Scientists from the University of Silesia in Katowice have developed a system to analyse the fencer’s level of training The research involved a fencer from the University Sports Association at the Academy of Physical Education in Katowice The designed system can be used for assessing the level of fencer’s fitness and their aptitude to
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Patent for cancer-fighting compounds

Scientists associated with University of Silesia in Katowice have developed new derivatives of triapine and the method for obtaining them These compounds are characterised by interesting anti-cancer properties, because they block the key stage of DNA synthesis, and therefore suspend the replication of cancer cells The chemists properly modified the structure of triapine, thanks
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