Anticancer Activities of Citrus Peel Polymethoxyflavones Related to Angiogenesis and Others

@inproceedings{Wang2014AnticancerAO,
  title={Anticancer Activities of Citrus Peel Polymethoxyflavones Related to Angiogenesis and Others},
  author={Li-wen Wang and Jinhan Wang and Lianying Fang and Zuliang Zheng and Dexian Zhi and Suying Wang and Shiming Li and Chi-Tang Ho and Hui Zhao},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
Citrus is a kind of common fruit and contains multiple beneficial nutrients for human beings. Flavonoids, as a class of plant secondary metabolites, exist in citrus fruits abundantly. Due to their broad range of pharmacological properties, citrus flavonoids have gained increased attention. Accumulative in vitro and in vivo studies indicate protective effects of polymethoxyflavones (PMFs) against the occurrence of cancer. PMFs inhibit carcinogenesis by mechanisms like blocking the metastasis… CONTINUE READING