Browsing Masters Degrees (Biochemistry) by Subject "Anti-cancer."
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Bio-guided isolation of biologically active compounds from seeds of selected South African medicinal plants. (2016)Abstract available in PDF file.
Effects of catharanthus roseus and centella asiatica leaf extracts on enzymes of glutamine catabolism in human colon carcinoma (CACO-2) cell line and in enterocytes from male sprague-dawley rats. (2015)Phosphate-dependent glutaminase (PDG) is a key enzyme in several physiological processes and hence has become a target of anti-cancer drug development because of the role of glutamine in providing energy for rapidly dividing ...