Growth of a human mammary tumor cell line is blocked by galangin, a naturally occurring bioflavonoid, and is accompanied by down-regulation of cyclins D3, E, and A.

Murray, Tessa J.
Yang, Xinhai.
Sherr, David H.
2006

Introduction: This study was designed to determine if and how a non-toxic, naturally occurring bioflavonoid, galangin, affects proliferation of human mammary tumor cells. Our previous studies demonstrated that, in other cell types, galangin is a potent inhibitor of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR), an environmental carcinogen-responsiv... read more

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Murray, Tessa, Xinhai Yang, and David H. Sherr. "Growth of a human mammary tumor cell line is blocked by galangin, a naturally occurring bioflavonoid, and is accompanied by down-regulation of cyclins D3, E, and A." Breast Cancer Research 8, no. 6 (4, 2006): 1-12.
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