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Targeting of cFLIP by Lupeol, a Dietary Triterpene, for the Chemoprevention of Pancreatic cancer (2009)

Title:

Targeting of cFLIP by Lupeol, a Dietary Triterpene, for the Chemoprevention of Pancreatic cancer

Key words:

lupeol, figs, mangoes, olives, strawberries, grapes

Research Institution:

University of Minnesota

Location:

Minnesota

Researcher:

Mohammad Saleem Bhat

Project Description:

Dr. Bhat examined the ability of a compound called lupeol, found in figs, mangoes, olives, strawberries and grapes, to make pancreatic cancer cells more responsive to chemotherapy.

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