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"EMP finantsmehhanismi teaduskoostöö toetus (EMP)" projekt CancerBeat
CancerBeat (EEA-RESEARCH-164) "Exploring the molecular mechanisms behind the effects of physical exercise on breast cancer prevention " (1.05.2021−31.12.2024); Vastutav täitja: Tuuli Käämbre; Keemilise ja Bioloogilise Füüsika Instituut (partner); Finantseerija: Sihtasutus Eesti Teadusagentuur; Eraldatud summa: 100 000 EUR.
EEA-RESEARCH-164
CancerBeat
Exploring the molecular mechanisms behind the effects of physical exercise on breast cancer prevention
Exploring the molecular mechanisms behind the effects of physical exercise on breast cancer prevention
CancerBeat
1.05.2021
31.12.2024
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
EMP finantsmehhanismi teaduskoostöö toetus (EMP)
ETIS valdkondETIS alamvaldkondCERCS valdkondFrascati Manuali valdkondProtsent
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.12. Bio- ja keskkonnateadustega seotud uuringud, näiteks biotehnoloogia, molekulaarbioloogia, rakubioloogia, biofüüsika, majandus- ja tehnoloogiauuringudP330 Bioenergeetika 1.6 Bioteadused100,0
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01.05.2021−31.12.2024100 000,00 EUR
100 000,00 EUR

Although it is well known that physical activity can prevent from cancer, the molecular mechanisms behind these effects are poorly understood. During exercise, extracellular vesicles (EVs) are released into the circulation and mediate tissue crosstalk with potential effects on tumour cells and immune tumour microenvironment. The overall aim of CancerBeat is to characterize the molecular cargo of exercise-induced EVs and explore their effects on breast cancer (BC) progression in vitro and in vivo.
Although it is well known that physical activity can prevent from cancer, the molecular mechanisms behind these effects are poorly understood. During exercise, extracellular vesicles (EVs) are released into the circulation and mediate tissue crosstalk with potential effects on tumour cells and immune tumour microenvironment. The overall aim of CancerBeat is to characterize the molecular cargo of exercise-induced EVs and explore their effects on breast cancer (BC) progression in vitro and in vivo.
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