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Muntane Jordi

Muntane Jordi
Muntane Jordi
Department of Oncology Surgery
Seville Biomedical Research Institute



Dr.Muntané obtained his doctorate in physiology at the University of Barcelona (1992). He developed different research projects in the Karolinska Institute (Sweden) and INSERM U-128 (France) focused in the response of liver during acute and chronic inflammation (Muntane-Relat et al., 1995). Dr.Muntané moved to the “Reina Sofia” University Hospital (Córdoba, Spain) in 1995,where he studied the beneficial properties of nitric oxide-derived PGE administration during experimental liver injury (Muntané et al.2000; Siendones et al. 2004). The intracellular mechanisms of different antioxidants (α-tocopherol, N-acetylcysteine, Coenzyme Q) were also assessed in different experimental model of cytotoxicity in primary culture of human hepatocytes (González et al. 2007;González et al. 2011). Dr.Muntané joined the Biomedicine Institute of Seville (iBIS) (Seville, Spain) in 2011 where has developed different experimental strategies in liver cancer cells.

Research Interest

The multidisciplinary approaches of our research group allow us the identification of the role of p53 gene family members in different aspects related to tumor progression in patients with hepatocarcinoma and in different experimental models of hepatocarcinogenesis. We pay particular attention in the expression of cell death receptors and proliferation in liver cancer cells. Our main interest is to identify the molecular profile of patients with hepatocarcinoma which potentiates the antitumoral properties of actual antitumor strategies (sorafenib and everolimus).



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