Loredana C Huma

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Cancer chemoprevention refers to the use of pharmacological agents to inhibit, delay or reverse the multi-step process of carcinogenesis. The last two decades in particular have witnessed explosive growth in this emerging field of cancer chemoprevention. Extensive efforts to evaluate possible application of various chemopreventive agents, in individuals at(More)
Currently, breast cancer is considered as one of the leading causes for death in women in the United States. Consumption of natural products has received considerable attention in recent years as a possible approach for cancer prevention in general population. There are numerous cancer preventive agents present in the natural products, which may contribute(More)
Numerous numbers of biologically active agents have been identified for their diverse therapeutic functions. Detailed investigations of phytochemicals for antiviral activities have assumed greater importance in the last few decades. A wide variety of active phytochemicals, including the flavonoids, terpenoids, organosulfur compounds, limonoids, lignans,(More)
The conversion of 5-aminoimidazole ribonucleotide (AIR) to 4-carboxy-AIR (CAIR) represents an unusual divergence in purine biosynthesis: microbes and nonmetazoan eukaryotes use class I PurEs while animals use class II PurEs. Class I PurEs are therefore a potential antimicrobial target; however, no enzyme activity assay is suitable for high throughput(More)
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