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- Mei, Zhinan, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Food and chemical toxicology 2012 v.50 no.9 pp. 3166-3173
- Docynia; angiogenesis; anticarcinogenic activity; apoptosis; caspase-3; cell growth; cytotoxicity; flavonoids; hepatoma; mice; neoplasm cells; people; tissues; toxicology; traditional medicine; vascular endothelial growth factors; China
- ... The fruit of Docynia delavayi (Franch.) Schneid is a kind of popular food in southwestern areas of China. Additionally, its rhizome has been long used as a folk medicine in the treatment of liver cancer by local people. Chrysin is a kind of flavonoid which induces cancer cell death in vitro. However, its anti-tumor activity in vivo and toxicological effects on the tumor-bearing animals still remai ...