Antitumor evaluation and multiple analysis on different extracted fractions of the root of Cynanchum auriculatum Royle ex Wight.

@article{Wang2017AntitumorEA,
  title={Antitumor evaluation and multiple analysis on different extracted fractions of the root of Cynanchum auriculatum Royle ex Wight.},
  author={Xin-jie Wang and Zhenlin Li and Xu-hui Lv and Q. Y. Zuo and Yan-min Zhao and Yong-fang Ding and She-ban Pu and Shi-hui Qian and Yun-Ru Peng},
  journal={Journal of separation science},
  year={2017},
  volume={40 15},
  pages={
          3054-3063
        }
}
The root of Cynanchum auriculatum (C. auriculatum) Royle ex Wight has been shown to possess various pharmacological effects and has recently attracted much attention with respect to its potential role in antitumor activity. The C-21 steroidal glycosides are commonly accepted as the major active ingredients of C. auriculatum. In this study, the antitumor abilities of different extracted fractions of the root bark and the root tuber of C. auriculatum were investigated by using a 3-(4,5… 

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