Anticarcinogenic effects of glycoalkaloids from potatoes against human cervical, liver, lymphoma, and stomach cancer cells.

@article{Friedman2005AnticarcinogenicEO,
  title={Anticarcinogenic effects of glycoalkaloids from potatoes against human cervical, liver, lymphoma, and stomach cancer cells.},
  author={Mendel Friedman and K Lee and Hyun-Jeong Kim and I Lee and Nobuyuke Kozukue},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={53 15},
  pages={6162-9}
}
Methods were devised for the isolation of large amounts of pure alpha-chaconine and alpha-solanine from Dejima potatoes and for the extraction and analysis of total glycoalkaloids from five fresh potato varieties (Dejima, Jowon, Sumi, Toya, and Vora Valley). These compounds were then evaluated in experiments using a tetrazolium microculture (MTT) assay to assess the anticarcinogenic effects of (a) the isolated pure glycoalkaloids separately, (b) artificial mixtures of the two glycoalkaloids… CONTINUE READING

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