Anti-Infl ammatory and Cytotoxic Activities of Chichipegenin , Peniocerol , and Macdougallin Isolated from Myrtillocactus geometrizans ( Mart . ex Pfeiff . )

@inproceedings{Salazara2011AntiInflAA,
  title={Anti-Infl ammatory and Cytotoxic Activities of Chichipegenin , Peniocerol , and Macdougallin Isolated from Myrtillocactus geometrizans ( Mart . ex Pfeiff . )},
  author={Juan Rodrigo Salazara and Mariano Mart{\'i}nez-Vazqueza and Carlos L. Cespedesb and Teresa Ram{\'i}rez-Apana and Antonio Nieto-Camachoa and Juan Rodr{\'i}guez-Silverioc and Francisco Flores-Murrietac},
  year={2011}
}
  • Juan Rodrigo Salazara, Mariano Martínez-Vazqueza, +4 authors Francisco Flores-Murrietac
  • Published 2011
Cancer has been associated with the infl ammation process since 1863, when Rudolf Virchow discovered leukocytes in neoplasic tissue. Since then, there is increasing evidence that chronic infl ammation in damaged tissues contributes as a signifi cant risk factor to tumour promotion, progression, and metastasis (Mantovani et al., 2008). Furthermore, in the microenvironments of various tumour types, elevated levels of pro-infl ammatory cells have been found, and the transcription nuclear factor… CONTINUE READING