Published in Cancer Weekly, October 11th, 2005
"Isothiocyanates from cruciferous vegetables have been identified as potent anticancer agents in animal and human epidemiological studies. The present study compared the biological activities of six dietary isothiocyanates (ITCs), allyl-ITC (AITC), benzyl-ITC (BITC), phenethyl-ITC (PEITC), sulforaphane (SFN), erucin (ERN) and iberin (IBN), on cell cycle progression, apoptosis induction and mitochondrial transmembrane potential in multidrug-resistant HL60/ADR (MRP-1-positive) and HL60/VCR (Pgp-1-positive) cells in comparison to the parent cell line HL60," scientists in Slovakia...
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