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EVALUATION OF TAXIFOLIN AND PHLORETIN AS ANTIANGIOGENIC FLAVONOIDS: AN IN VIVO, IN VITRO EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS

@inproceedings{Haque2015EVALUATIONOT,
  title={EVALUATION OF TAXIFOLIN AND PHLORETIN AS ANTIANGIOGENIC FLAVONOIDS: AN IN VIVO, IN VITRO EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS},
  author={Wasimul Haque and Shakti P. Pattanayak and Barij Nayan Sinha},
  year={2015}
}
Objective: To examine the antiangiogenic effect of some flavonoids (taxifolin and phloretin) against various In vivo and In vitro experimental models such as Chick Chorio Allantoic Membrane (CAM) assay, Dorsal Skinfold Chamber (DSFC) and Tube formation assay. Methods: Three different concentrations of drug solution (40μM, 80 μM, 120 μM) and (50 μM, 100 μM, 150 μM) were applied topically during CAM and DSFC assay. These assays were performed to detect antiangiogenic effect of the selected… Expand
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