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Plant Anti-oxidant Combinations in Leukemia: A Cell-based Model for Cancer Prevention (2010)

Title:

Plant Anti-oxidant Combinations in Leukemia: A Cell-based Model for Cancer Prevention

Key words:

leukemia prevention, curcumin, botanical antioxidants, DNA damage, cell cycle inhibitors

Research Institution:

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

Location:

New Jersey

Researcher:

George Studzinski

Project Description:

This cell study is investigating if combinations of the plant antioxidants curcumin, carnosic acid, and silibinin have the potential for preventing acute myeloid leukemia, and seeks to determine the mechanism of the concerted anti-leukemic action of these combinations.

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