Mistletoe, The Genus Viscum Edited by Arndt Büssing (University Witten Herdecke, Germany). Harwood Academic Publishers, The Netherlands. 2000. xv + 266 pp. 17 × 24.5 cm. $105.00. ISBN 90-5823-092-9.

@article{Peaden2001MistletoeTG,
  title={Mistletoe, The Genus Viscum Edited by Arndt B{\"u}ssing (University Witten Herdecke, Germany). Harwood Academic Publishers, The Netherlands. 2000. xv + 266 pp. 17 × 24.5 cm. \$105.00. ISBN 90-5823-092-9.},
  author={P. Peaden},
  journal={Journal of Natural Products},
  year={2001},
  volume={64},
  pages={1256-1257}
}
  • P. Peaden
  • Published 2001
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  • Journal of Natural Products
Biological activity of mistletoe: in vitro and in vivo studies and mechanisms of action
TLDR
In vitro and in vivo studies on the pharmacological activity of Viscum species are summarized and the possible mechanisms of action of this herb are proposed, which might include many signalling pathways. Expand
Proteome analysis of leaf, stem and callus in Viscum album and identification of lectins and viscotoxins with bioactive properties
TLDR
In conclusion, mistletoe calluses were shown to possess a unique protein biosynthetic profile compared to donor plant tissues, towards a novel anticancer and immune system modulation pipeline. Expand
Cytostatic Activity of Viscum album L. Extract Processed by Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration
TLDR
In vitro investigation of the HeLa cancerous cells interaction with biopreparations highlighted and quantified their cytostatic and cytotoxic impact, expressed by the inhibition of protein synthesis and cellular proliferation, by cell viability decrease and by the inhibited of cell cultures development. Expand