Antiproliferative effect of oleuropein in prostate cell lines.

@article{Acquaviva2012AntiproliferativeEO,
  title={Antiproliferative effect of oleuropein in prostate cell lines.},
  author={R. Acquaviva and C. Di Giacomo and V. Sorrenti and F. Galvano and R. Santangelo and V. Cardile and S. Gangia and N. d'Orazio and N. Abraham and L. Vanella},
  journal={International journal of oncology},
  year={2012},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={
          31-8
        }
}
Currently, there is increasing interest in the in vivo protective effects of natural antioxidants found in dietary plants against oxidative damage caused by free radical species. Oxidative stress has been invoked as a causative agent in cancer and epidemiological data suggest that the consumption of fruits and vegetables may be associated with a lower incidence of cancer. The fruit of the Olea europaea L. and olive oil contain hundreds of phytochemicals and its extracts have recently been shown… Expand
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