Mechanisms of cell cycle arrest by methylseleninic acid.

Abstract

Methylseleninic acid (MSA) is a monomethylated form of selenium effective in inhibiting cell growth in vitro and experimental mammary carcinogenesis in vivo. MSA offers particular advantage in cell culture experiments because it is stable in solution and provides a monomethylated form of selenium that can be reduced by cellular reducing systems and released… (More)

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@article{Zhu2002MechanismsOC, title={Mechanisms of cell cycle arrest by methylseleninic acid.}, author={Zongjian Zhu and Weiqin Jiang and Howard E. Ganther and Henry J Thompson}, journal={Cancer research}, year={2002}, volume={62 1}, pages={156-64} }