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Breast Milk: The Source of Potential Anticancer Drug

... one of the milk proteins, α-lactalbumin, in combination with fatty acids induces apoptosis of mammalian cancer and embryonic cells in cell culture without any cytotoxic effect on healthy differentiated cells (Hakansson et al ., 1995; Reed, 2003). Human milk also contains cytokines that stimulate apoptosis, although not in an active state (Svensson et al ., 2000; Srivastava et al ., 1996). The fact is that apoptotic death of the cells secreting milk is part of a regular morphological rearrangement ...

Modified: 30.08.2014
apoptosis , oncology , anticancer therapy , lactaptin , peptide , human milk
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Breast Milk: The Source of Potential Anticancer Drug

... one of the milk proteins, α-lactalbumin, in combination with fatty acids induces apoptosis of mammalian cancer and embryonic cells in cell culture without any cytotoxic effect on healthy differentiated cells (Hakansson et al ., 1995; Reed, 2003). Human milk also contains cytokines that stimulate apoptosis, although not in an active state (Svensson et al ., 2000; Srivastava et al ., 1996). The fact is that apoptotic death of the cells secreting milk is part of a regular morphological rearrangement ...

Modified: 14.04.2014
apoptosis , oncology , anticancer therapy , lactaptin , peptide , human milk
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