antigrowth

antigrowth

(ˌæntɪˈɡrəʊθ)
adj
acting to restrict or prevent growth
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'Importantly, we proved that PRP impaired engrafting of human derived pancreatic CSC tumors in nude (immune compromised) mice, whilst also displaying an antigrowth effect toward initiated xenografts (grafted, human derived tumors), showing a decreased amount of tumor surrounding fibrotic tissue of treated mice,' said Dr.
For those who need contraception, the Mirena intrauterine system has an "antigrowth" effect on the womb lining.
Resveratrol, 9 acetyl-resveratrol, and polydatin exhibit antigrowth activity against 3D cell aggregates of the SKOV-3 and OVCAR-8 ovarian cancer cell lines.
Uhr et al., "Targeting multiple Her-2 epitopes with monoclonal antibodies results in improved antigrowth activity of a human breast cancer cell line in vitro and in vivo," Clinical Cancer Research, vol.
To deepen insights into the underlying mechanisms, their group also reported that the Hippo pathway exerts its antigrowth effects through suppression of Wnt signaling [15].
At a time when there is significant economic distress, claims that a policy will result in job creation can undercut social movements by labeling them as antigrowth or jobs.
The problems associated with urban life in North America have reached intolerable levels and strong antigrowth groups in many US and Canadian cities had succeeded in implementing legislation designed to curtail further development.
A preliminary evaluation of 100 [micro]mol/L purified N,N-disubstituted Schiff bases was assayed to determine the antibacterial activity by assessing the antigrowth capability to several clinical pathogenic bacteria.
The results show that the transferrin-coated Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticles can be selectively taken up by tumor cells and then destruct cancerous cells by activating the immune system, achieving the significant antigrowth activities and inducing apoptosis ability.
However, most of the antigrowth properties of TZDs have been with troglitazone and not pioglitazone or rosiglitazone.
Cancer comprises a group of more than one hundred malignancies characterized by distinguishing traits named hallmarks of cancer which may be summarized as hyperproliferation, angiogenesis, insensitivity to antigrowth factors, resistance to apoptosis, migration, escape from destruction by the immune system, inflammation, and genome instability [2, 3].
Various hallmarks underlie the establishment of tumor cells: substantiating angiogenesis, tissue invasion, disruption of apoptosis, limitless duplication potential, being unresponsive to antigrowth signals, metabolic reprogramming, and genomic imbalance [65].Natural products are valuable anticancer lead structures for cancer drug discovery.