Myricetin inhibits Akt survival signaling and induces Bad-mediated apoptosis in a low dose ultraviolet (UV)-B-irradiated HaCaT human immortalized keratinocytes.

Abstract

Deregulation of cell survival pathways and resistance to apoptosis are generally accepted as crucial aspects of tumorigenesis. As in many tumors, increasing occurrence of human skin cancer and other conflicting effects of solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation enhance the demand for novel chemoprevention agents. Myricetin, a naturally occurring phytochemical, is… (More)

Topics

6 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@article{Kim2010MyricetinIA, title={Myricetin inhibits Akt survival signaling and induces Bad-mediated apoptosis in a low dose ultraviolet (UV)-B-irradiated HaCaT human immortalized keratinocytes.}, author={Wanyeon Kim and Hee Jung Yang and Hyesook Youn and Young Ju Yun and Ki Moon Seong and Buhyun Youn}, journal={Journal of radiation research}, year={2010}, volume={51 3}, pages={285-96} }