Jagan Mohan R. Patlolla

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Recent development of genetically engineered mouse models (GEMs) for pancreatic cancer (PC) that recapitulates human disease progression has helped to identify new strategies to delay/inhibit PC development. We first found that expression of the pancreatic tumor-initiating/cancer stem cells (CSC) marker DclK1 occurs in early stage PC and in both early and(More)
Horse chestnut seed extract is well known for its anti-edematous and anti-inflammatory medicinal properties. More recently, potential anti-carcinogenic properties have been described. β-Escin, a pentacyclic triterpene saponin with aglycone moieties, is the main active compound in horse chestnut seed extract. Here, we summarize the anti-cancer properties of(More)
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