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Mycotoxin- A Target for Anticancer Drug Development

@inproceedings{Naskar2015MycotoxinAT,
  title={Mycotoxin- A Target for Anticancer Drug Development},
  author={S. Naskar and A. Ghosh and Partha Mahata},
  year={2015}
}
The aim of this present article is to underscore the recent evidence linking anticancer activity and free radical scavenging activity of mycotoxins and its significance in the development of newer anticancer drugs. Although acute exposure to a massive amount of mycotoxin is rare but long-term exposure/consumption of food with low levels of lipophilic mycotoxin remains problematic. The aneuploidogenic and clastogenic potentials of the mycotoxins citrinin and patulin were studied in human cells… Expand
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