gambogic

gambogic

(ɡæmˈbəʊdʒɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of or derived from gamboge
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MNPs-Fe[sub]3O[sub]4 have been successfully loaded with doxorubicin,[sup][15],[31] wogonin,[sup][10],[32] and gambogic acid.
Synthesis and antiangiogenic activity of novel gambogic acid derivatives.
Gambogic acid (GA) has anticancer effect and anti-proliferative activity which is extracted from a dried yellow resin of the Garcinia hanburyi Hook.
Other spice-derived phytochemicals, such as capsaicin, cardamonin, dibenzoylmethane, diosgenin, gambogic acid, gingerol, thyoquinone, urosolic acid and zerumbone have been show the ability to suppress NF-kB activation in a similar manner.
Maxim researchers initially identified gambogic acid as the ligand for binding and activating this pathway.
Gambogic acid enhances the radiosensitivity of human esophageal cancer cells by inducing reactive oxygen species via targeting Akt/mTOR pathway.
Poloxamer 407/TPGS mixed micelles for delivery of gambogic acid to breast and multidrug-resistant cancer.
Maxim Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq:MAXM)(SSE:MAXM) announced the publication of its manuscript entitled "Discovery, Characterization and SAR of Gambogic Acid as A Potent Apoptosis Inducer by a HTS Assay.
Gambogic acid was found to inhibit PI3K/mTOR pathway in myeloma cells.
Maxim's Director, Cell Biology, in a presentation entitled "Discovery of Gambogic Acid and Derivatives as Apoptosis-Inducing Natural Products with Novel Mechanism of Action and Potent In Vivo Anti-Tumor Activity.
Gambogic acid triggers DNA damage signaling that induces p53/p21Wafl/CIPl activation through the ATR-Chk1 pathway.
Proteomic identification of molecular targets of gambogic acid: role of stathmin in hepatocellular carcinoma.