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Cytotoxicity of Anchusa arvensis against HepG-2 cell lines: Mechanistic and computational approaches.

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Summary of "Cytotoxicity of Anchusa arvensis against HepG-2 cell lines: Mechanistic and computational approaches."

Liver cancer, a devastating cancer with increasing incidence and mortality rates worldwide. Plants possess numerous therapeutic properties, therefore the search for novel, naturally occurring cytotoxic compounds is urgently needed.

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Name: Current topics in medicinal chemistry
ISSN: 1873-4294
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