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Título : British Joumal of Medicine & Medical Research
Autor : Campo, Mercedes
Palabras clave : ANTICANCER
APOPTOSIS
BRITISH JOUMAL OF MEDICINE AND MEDICAL RESEARCH
CANCER
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Citación : Campo, M., (2015). British Joumal of Medicine & Medical Research. BJMMR, 8(2), p 88-109
Resumen : Secondary effects provides new scope for traditional phytochemicals in chemoprevention and therapy. Propolis is a known source of polyphenols, and flavonoids found in them have been widely studied as biochemical markers for botanical origin and in explaining their antioxidant capacity as a key factor in chemoprevention. Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anticancer biological activities of propolis are known. Studies of cancer cells to measure the anticancer effect of propolis are designed with one carefully chosen component, and with extracts applied to cells in culture media. The antitumor effect of propolis and caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE), bioactive compound of propolis extract, is seen to be associated with its ability to initiate apoptosis of cancer cells. Chrysin is a flavonoid of interest to identify signaling molecules related to cancer. As cancer
URI : http://repositorio.utmachala.edu.ec/handle/48000/5074
ISSN : 2231-0614
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