Screening of anticancer activity from agarwood essential oil

@article{Hashim2014ScreeningOA,
  title={Screening of anticancer activity from agarwood essential oil},
  author={Y. Hashim and Abbas Phirdaous and A. Azura},
  journal={Pharmacognosy Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={191 - 194}
}
Background: Agarwood is a priceless non-timber forest product from Aquilaria species belonging to the Thymelaeaceae family. As a result of a defence mechanism to fend off pathogens, Aquilaria species develop agarwood or resin which can be used for incense, perfumery, and traditional medicines. Evidences from ethnopharmacological practices showed that Aquilaria spp. have been traditionally used in the Ayurvedic practice and Chinese medicine to treat various diseases particularly the inflammatory… Expand
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