gambogic

gambogic

(ɡæmˈbəʊdʒɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of or derived from gamboge
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Chen, "Inducing cell cycle arrest and apoptosis by dimercaptosuccinic acidmodifed [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4] magnetic nanoparticles combined with nontoxic concentration of bortezomib and gambogic acid in rpmi-8226 cells," International Journal of Nanomedicine, vol.
prepared gambogic acid grafted low molecular weight heparin micelles to combine anti-tumor effect of gambogic acid with antiangiogenic and anti-metastatic effect of heparin [53].
Synthesis and evaluation of gambogic acid derivatives as antitumor agents.
Majumdar, "Gambogic acid induced oxidative stress dependent caspase activation regulates both apoptosis and autophagy by targeting various key molecules (NF-[kappa]B, Beclin-1, p62 and NBR1) in human bladder cancer cells," Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, vol.
Matts, "Gambogic acid, a natural product inhibitor of Hsp90," Journal of Natural Products, vol.
MNPs-Fe[sub]3O[sub]4 have been successfully loaded with doxorubicin,[sup][15],[31] wogonin,[sup][10],[32] and gambogic acid.[sup][14],[25] All demonstrated that MNPs-Fe[sub]3O[sub]4 could increase the intracellular drug accumulation for cancer cells, thus improving the anticancer effects of the drug.
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.f.
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.
Yu et al., "Posttranscriptional regulation of the telomerase hTERT by gambogic acid in human gastric carcinoma 823 cells," Cancer Letters, vol.
Zhao et al., "Gambogic acid reduced bcl-2 expression via p53 in human breast MCF-7 cancer cells," Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, vol.