Marco Antonio De Leon Nava
Department of Biomedical Innovation
Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education at Ensenada
Marco Antonio De Leon Nava is a Associate Investigator and working under projects entitled • Structural characterization of microorganisms that dwell the deep waters of the gulf of mexico. • Structural characterization of microorganisms that dwell the deep waters of the gulf of mexico. • The role of t-lymphocytes in the development of bone metastasis produced by breast cancer • Modulation of the effector functions of helper T lymphocytes.
Cancer and infectious diseases contagious and chronic degenerative Regulation of the effector functions of immunity
De Leon NMA, Romero NE, Luna NA, Bernáldez SJ, Sánchez CLN, et al. (2016) In Vitro Effect of the Synthetic cal14.1a Conotoxin, Derived from Conus californicus, on the Human Parasite Toxoplasma gondii. Marine Drugs 14: 4
De Leon Nava MA, Álvarez DC, Donis ML, Hernández RJ, Manjarrez RAN, Cruz AE, Leon CS, Morales MJ, Fragoso JM , Escobedo G (2016) The non-hepatotropic parasite infection increases mortality in the acetaminophen-induced acute liver failure murine model: possible roles for IL-5 and IL-6. MEMORIES OF THE OSWALDO CRUZ INSTITUTE 111: 12