Antrodia cinnamomea produces anti-angiogenic effects by inhibiting the VEGFR2 signaling pathway.

@article{Huang2018AntrodiaCP,
  title={Antrodia cinnamomea produces anti-angiogenic effects by inhibiting the VEGFR2 signaling pathway.},
  author={Tsung-Teng Huang and Ying-Wei Lan and Yun-Fei Ko and Chuan-Mu Chen and Hsin-Chih Lai and David M. Ojcius and Jan Martel and John D Young and Kowit-Yu Chong},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2018},
  volume={220},
  pages={
          239-249
        }
}
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The medicinal mushroom Antrodia cinnamomea has been used to treat cancer but its anti-angiogenic effects have not been studied in detail. AIM OF THE STUDY The main objective of this study was to determine the molecular mechanism of activity underlying the anti-angiogenic effects of A. cinnamomea. MATERIALS AND METHODS The effects of an A. cinnamomea ethanol extract (ACEE) on cell migration and microvessel formation were investigated in endothelial cells in… CONTINUE READING

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