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Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Suppressive Effects of Garlic Derivatives on Cell Growth and Motility in Prostate Cancer Cells (2005)

Title:

Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Suppressive Effects of Garlic Derivatives on Cell Growth and Motility in Prostate Cancer Cells

Key words:

garlic, s-allylcysteine, s-allylmercaptocysteine

Research Institution:

The University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Medicine

Location:

China

Researcher:

Xianghong Wang

Project Description:

This study focused on two derivatives of garlic, S-allylcysteine and S-allylmercaptocysteine, that are thought to suppress the motility and decrease survival of prostate cancer cells, mediated through Rho-CTPase and E-cadherin pathways.

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