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  Oct-Dec 2020 | Vol 16 | Issue  72
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Original Article
Aqueous leaf extract of Clinacanthus nutans inhibits growth and induces apoptosis via the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways in MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells
Marilyn Jane Yong, Ahmad Zaidi Tani, Falah Abass Mohamed Salih, Rahmawati Pare, Rina Norgainathai, Siat Yee Fong
Background: Clinacanthus nutans possesses several reported biological activities against different human cancer cells. However, reports on the growth-inhibitory effect of C. nutans<...
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Anwulignan from the fruits of Schisandra chinensis and its cytotoxicity against human cancer cell lines
Yeong-Geun Lee, Rong Bo Wang, Hyoung-Geun Kim, Dae-Young Lee, Yeon-Ju Kim, Nam-In Baek
Background: The fruits of Schisandra chinensis have been used traditionally as the medicinal materials in East Asia. Their extracts have been reported to be cytotoxic to several cancer...
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Ethanol extract of Thuja orientalis L. seeds ameliorated skin lesions in a dinitrofluorobenzene-induced mouse model of contact dermatitis
Kukhwa Kim, Daniel Lee, Yoonhyoung Kang, Seonkyung Jang, Seung-Jeong Yang, Hyungwoo Kim
Background: Seed oils like sesame and camellia oils are used in herbal medicine to treat skin diseases and it has been reported that the seeds of Thuja orientalis have antioxidant, ant...
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