Monoterpene (-)-citronellal affects hepatocarcinoma cell signaling via an olfactory receptor.

  title={Monoterpene (-)-citronellal affects hepatocarcinoma cell signaling via an olfactory receptor.},
  author={D{\'e}sir{\'e}e Ma\ssberg and Annika Simon and Dieter H{\"a}ussinger and Verena Keitel and Guenter Gisselmann and Heike Conrad and H. Hatt},
  journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics},
Terpenes are the major constituents of essential oils in plants. In recent years, terpenes have become of clinical relevance due to their ability to suppress cancer development. Their effect on cellular proliferation has made them promising agents in the prevention or treatment of many types of cancer. In the present study, a subset of different monoterpenes was investigated for their molecular effects on the hepatocellular carcinoma cell line Huh7. Using fluorometric calcium imaging, acyclic… CONTINUE READING
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