Phylogenetic Tree Analysis of the Cold-Hot Nature of Traditional Chinese Marine Medicine for Possible Anticancer Activity

@inproceedings{Fu2017PhylogeneticTA,
  title={Phylogenetic Tree Analysis of the Cold-Hot Nature of Traditional Chinese Marine Medicine for Possible Anticancer Activity},
  author={Xianjun Fu and Xuxia Song and Xuebo Li and Kah Keng Wong and Jiaoyang Li and Fengcong Zhang and Changyun Wang and Zhenguo Wang},
  booktitle={Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM},
  year={2017}
}
Traditional Chinese Marine Medicine (TCMM) represents one of the medicinal resources for research and development of novel anticancer drugs. In this study, to investigate the presence of anticancer activity (AA) displayed by cold or hot nature of TCMM, we analyzed the association relationship and the distribution regularity of TCMMs with different nature (613 TCMMs originated from 1,091 species of marine organisms) via association rules mining and phylogenetic tree analysis. The screened… CONTINUE READING
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