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April-June 2015 | Vol 7 | Issue  2
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Original Article
Cytotoxic activity of ten algae from the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea on human breast cancer cell lines; MDA-MB-231, MCF-7, and T-47D
Nasrollah Erfani, Zahra Nazemosadat, Mahmoodreza Moein
Background: Seaweeds have proven to be a promising natural source of bioactive metabolites for drug development. Objective: This study aimed to monitor the ethanol extract of ten algae f...
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Original Article
Chemical constituents and bioactivities of Glinus oppositifolius
Consolacion Y Ragasa, Esperanza C Cabrera, Oscar B Torres, Adiel Inah Buluran, Dinah L Espineli, Dennis D Raga, Chien-Chang Shen
Objectives: To isolate the secondary metabolites from the dichloromethane (DCM) extracts of Glinus oppositifolius; to test for the cytotoxicity of a new triterpene, oppositifolone...
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Comparing and authenticating on anatomical aspects of Abrus cantoniensis and Abrus mollis by microscopy
Zhifeng Zhang, Luyang Lu, Yuan Liu, Linsen Qing
Background: Abrus cantoniensis is popularly used as traditional Chinese medicine and a cool tea in South of China. However, due to diminishing source of A. cantoniensis<...
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