Topic: How do four caged xanthones inhibit cholangiocarcinoma cell growth?

Just found these pieces.

http://www.genengnews.com/industry-upda … /82885689/

and

http://www.physorg.com/news192880773.html

Gavin

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Re: How do four caged xanthones inhibit cholangiocarcinoma cell growth?

Very interesting Gavin...but I am really going to have to google so many things in this article. It is way over my head....such as What is a caged xanthone? I will have a good time becoming informed.

Kris

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope

Re: How do four caged xanthones inhibit cholangiocarcinoma cell growth?

Hi Kris,

Glad these articles were of some use to you and I wish you every success in your googling! And yes, they also went over my head, but that's not hard really!!!

Here's another link I just found -

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2045 … t=Abstract

Best wishes,

Gavin

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Re: How do four caged xanthones inhibit cholangiocarcinoma cell growth?

This may be of use Kris.

http://www.xanthonesresearch.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xanthone

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Re: How do four caged xanthones inhibit cholangiocarcinoma cell growth?

Finally making some sense this. These xanthones are related to mangosteen. Perhaps this should be mentioned in alternative treatments?

Kris

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope