Growth inhibition by pennogenyl saponins from Rhizoma paridis on hepatoma xenografts in nude mice.

@article{Chen2014GrowthIB,
  title={Growth inhibition by pennogenyl saponins from Rhizoma paridis on hepatoma xenografts in nude mice.},
  author={Y Chen and Yao He and Chu Chen and Yi Zeng and Dan Xue and F Wen and Ling Wang and Hao Zhang and Jun-rong Du},
  journal={Steroids},
  year={2014},
  volume={83},
  pages={39-44}
}
Rhizoma paridis is widely used in the traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of cancers. Steroidal saponins, including diosgenyl saponins and the characterized component pennogenyl saponins, are regarded as the main active components of R. paridis. To date, quite a bit of research has been published which attempt to explore the in vivo anticancer effects and the underlying mechanisms of pennogenyl saponins, compounds which are present at quite low levels in the plant. In the present… CONTINUE READING
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