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ANTIPROLIFERATIVE , ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITIES AND APOPTOSIS INDUCTION BY Morinda lucida AND Taraxacum officinale IN HUMAN HL-60 LEUKEMIA CELLS

@inproceedings{AppiahOpong2016ANTIPROLIFERATIVEA,
  title={ANTIPROLIFERATIVE , ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITIES AND APOPTOSIS INDUCTION BY Morinda lucida AND Taraxacum officinale IN HUMAN HL-60 LEUKEMIA CELLS},
  author={R. Appiah-Opong and I. Tuffour and George K Annor and A. Doris and Blankson-Darku and P. Cramer and A. Kissi-Twum and Takuhiro Uto and A. Ocloo},
  year={2016}
}
Morinda lucida (ML) and Taraxacum officinale (TO) are plants commonly used in Traditional herbal medicines in West Africa for treatment of several ailments. The ML is traditionally used to treat malaria whilst TO is used to manage hypertension. Both plants have also been claimed to have anticancer properties. In this study, we investigated the antiproliferative effects of aqueous extracts of ML and TO, including ML leaves (MLL), ML stems (MLS), TO leaves (TOL) and TO stems (TOS), in human… Expand
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