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Dysregulated Mitosis: A New Chemopreventive Mechanism for Curcumin (1999)

Title:

Dysregulated Mitosis: A New Chemopreventive Mechanism for Curcumin

Key words:

curcumin

Research Institution:

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Location:

New York

Researcher:

Peter G Sacks

Project Description:

Dr. Sacks investigated the effects of the spice curcumin on specific growth factors in human oral cavity cells to determine whether curcumin causes atypical cells to die rather than continue growing.

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