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IN VITRO ANTICANCER PROPERTIES OF FLAVONOIDS EXTRACTED FROM CELL SUSPENSION CULTURE OF MARCHANTIA LINEARIS LEHM & LINDENB. (BRYOPHYTA) AGAINST SW 480 COLON CANCER CELL LINES

@article{Krishnan2013INVA,
  title={IN VITRO ANTICANCER PROPERTIES OF FLAVONOIDS EXTRACTED FROM CELL SUSPENSION CULTURE OF MARCHANTIA LINEARIS LEHM & LINDENB. (BRYOPHYTA) AGAINST SW 480 COLON CANCER CELL LINES},
  author={R. Krishnan and K. Murugan},
  journal={Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={1427-1437}
}
Article history Plants are potential source of pharmaceutically active compounds. Most of the medicinal herbs are threatened due to over exploitation and also the destruction of their natural habitats. Plant cell culture is an alternative means not only for the elucidation of the lead molecules but also important as an ex situ conservation of the natural resources. Marchantia linearis Lehm & Lindenb. was commonly used in folklore medicine by tribals for curing many diseases. The major… Expand
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