Discovery of anticancer agents of diverse natural origin.

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A collaborative multidisciplinary research project is described in which new natural product anticancer drug leads are obtained from a diverse group of organisms, constituted by tropical plants, aquatic cyanobacteria, and filamentous fungi. Information is provided on how these organisms are collected and processed. The types of bioassays are indicated in… (More)

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@article{Kinghorn2009DiscoveryOA, title={Discovery of anticancer agents of diverse natural origin.}, author={A Douglas Kinghorn and Esperanza J. Carcache de Blanco and Hee-byung Chai and Jimmy Orjala and N. R. Farnsworth and D. Doel Soejarto and Nicholas H Oberlies and Mansukh C. Wani and David J. Kroll and Cedric J. Pearce and Steven Swanson and Robert A. Kramer and William C. Rose and Craig R. Fairchild and Gregory D. Vite and Stuart L. Emanuel and David G Jarjoura and Frederick O Cope}, journal={Anticancer research}, year={2009}, volume={36 11}, pages={5623-5637} }