The Science Behind SINE Class Drugs

The Science Behind SINE Class Drugs

1 hour of RACE approved CE

Watch On Demand

Selective inhibition of nuclear export (SINE) class drugs are small molecules recently introduced to both human and veterinary oncology. This course explores how SINE drugs introduce new ways to think about managing cancer and how they may be integrated into the treatment of several neoplastic diseases.

Course Number: 856199
Hosted by

Dr David Bruyette


Dr David Bruyette
You'll learn:
  • How SINE class drugs are helping advance oncology treatment protocols

  • How the targeted mechanism of action works

  • Demonstrated in vitro effects

  • Current clinical applications

  • Future investigations and indictions for SINE class drugs

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