Studies on the Low Molecular Weight Thiols of Mouse Ehrlich Ascites Tumour Cells: Glutathione Content

International Journal of Sciences 2013 (02)

12 Pages Posted: 13 Jul 2017

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Michael Gronow

Cambridge Cancer Research Fund

Date Written: February 02, 2013

Abstract

The following are some preliminary assessments and reflections on the anthrop-socio-cultural prospects related to the definition of a strategic role that Sardinia (Italy) may have in the Mediterranean. Because of its geographical location, the island may in fact favourably intercept and become part of the new flow of goods from international routes, for example those which, from the Far East, pass through the Suez Canal in the direction of Western Europe. However, political, institutional, economic, and structural issues arising from the current international framework, impose new reference coordinates, which reduce and influence margins of choice. In this context Sardinia must modify its "insular" resource to present itself as even more determined to be an integral and strategic part of relationships in the Europe - Africa basin.

Keywords: Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia, New Strategy for Partnerships

Suggested Citation

Gronow, Michael, Studies on the Low Molecular Weight Thiols of Mouse Ehrlich Ascites Tumour Cells: Glutathione Content (February 02, 2013). International Journal of Sciences 2013 (02), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2572249

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