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the use of chemical agents to treat or control disease (or mental illness)

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8) Hence, this review will outline the current evidence on the antiproliferative effects of endocannabinoids in the male genitourinary malignancies, including renal, prostate, bladder, and testicular cancers, and look to explore the possible role of future human clinical trials in the field.
Since then, copious research on this botanical compound has yielded a reputation as a strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiproliferative agent.
Esulatin M (5) showed a strong MDR-selective antiproliferative activity against EPG85-257RDB and EPP85-181RDB cells, with [IC.
The aim of a DCB is to deliver the correct dosage of antiproliferative drug at the site of a lesion, and apply the drug uniformly to the arterial wall.
Many medicinal plants with cytotoxic activity have been analyzed for antimutagenic activity (WHO, 2011), as for example, other species of the genus Hymenaea, which showed antiproliferative and antimutagenic effect in cells treated with mutagenic compounds (Cartaxo et al.
Antioxidant and antiproliferative activities of fruits.
According to the company, over the past few months, it had been considering both a 'go-it-alone' and a partnership strategy following the communication of the data from the investigational CLARINET phase III clinical study evaluating the antiproliferative effect of Somatuline in the treatment of non-functioning gastrointestinal & pancreatic NETs (GEP NETs).
15 mg/mL and above), the antiproliferative effect of EGCG in water was greater than in milk.
Subsequent studies by the same group indicated that extracts containing Quebecol might have an antiproliferative effect against colon cancer cells.
Figure 3 demonstrates the antiproliferative effect of ethyl acetate fraction of V.
The constituents and antiproliferative effect of the fresh, dried and steamed gingers were then quantitatively compared.
Overexpression of FoxM1 potentiated cell proliferation, cell transformation, and migration/invasion of CRC cells via up-regulation of FoxM1 target genes MMP2 and MMP9 and protected these cells from thiostrepton-mediated antiproliferative effects.
Fu and her coworkers in the Stanford dermatology department decided to look at skin cancer rates in the Will because several laboratory studies have shown vitamin D has antiproliferative and pro-differentiation effects on skin cancer cells, she explained.
Fu and coworkers in the Stanford dermatology department decided to look at skin cancer rates in the WHI because several laboratory studies have shown vitamin D has antiproliferative and pro-differentiation effects on skin cancer cells, she explained.
The author notes that several laboratories have reported selective proapoptotic and antiproliferative effects of DCA when it is administered in vitro or to human tumors implanted into immunocompromised rodents.