Chapter 5 Lycopene : Multitargeted Applications in Cancer Therapy

@inproceedings{ahin2018Chapter5L,
  title={Chapter 5 Lycopene : Multitargeted Applications in Cancer Therapy},
  author={Kazim Şahin and Shakir Ali and Nurhan Sahin and Cemal Orhan and Omer Kucuk},
  year={2018}
}
Cancer is an uncontrolled growth and division of cells, leading to significant morbidity and mortality and economic burden to the society. Natural products as anticancer molecules have drawn the attention of researchers and have resulted in the development of many successful anticancer drugs, which include camptothecins, epipodophyllotoxins, vinca alkaloids, and taxanes. Another group of compounds with anti-cancer effects include botanicals (phytochemicals) found in the diet. In recent years, a… CONTINUE READING

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