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Effects of Antrodia camphorata extracts on the viability, apoptosis, [Ca2+]i, and MAPKs phosphorylation of OC2 human oral cancer cells.

@article{Huang2009EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of Antrodia camphorata extracts on the viability, apoptosis, [Ca2+]i, and MAPKs phosphorylation of OC2 human oral cancer cells.},
  author={Chorng-Chih Huang and He-Hsiung Cheng and Jue-Long Wang and Jin‐Shiung Cheng and Kuo-Liang Chai and Yi-Chien Fang and Chun-Chi Kuo and S. T. Chu and C M Ho and K L Lin and Jeng-Yu Tsai and C-R Jan},
  journal={The Chinese journal of physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={
          128-35
        }
}
The effect of Antrodia camphorata (AC) on human oral cancer cells has not been explored. This study examined the effect of AC on the viability, apoptosis, mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs) phosphorylation and Ca2+ regulation of OC2 human oral cancer cells. AC at a concentration of 25 microM induced an increase in cell viability, but AC at concentrations > or = 50 microg/ml decreased viability in a concentration-dependent manner. AC at concentrations of 100-200 microg/ml induced… Expand
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