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Growth inhibition of head and neck carcinomas by D-allose

Growth inhibition of head and neck carcinomas by D-allose,10.1002/hed.21070,Head and Neck-journal for The Sciences and Specialties of The Head and Nec

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    • ...Moreover, D-allose inhibited the proliferation of many cancer cell lines, including cervical (Sui et al. 2005b), hepatocellular (Sui et al. 2005b; Yamaguchi et al. 2008), ovarian (Sui et al. 2005a), head and neck (Mitani et al. 2009), skin (Sui et al. 2005b), and leukemia (Hirata et al. 2009)...

    Soo-Jin Yeomet al. Increased d -allose production by the R132E mutant of ribose-5-phospha...

    • ...The effective production of Dallose is very important because D-allose has beneficial activities, including anti-cancer (Sui et al. 2005b), antitumor (Mitani et al. 2009), anti-inflammatory (Gao et al. 2011), anti-oxidative (Nakamura et al. 2011), antihypertensive (Kimura et al. 2005), cryoprotective (Sui et al. 2007), and immunosuppressant activities (Hossain et al. 2000) (Table 1)...
    • ...D-Allose inhibits carcinogenesis, particularly under oxidative stress conditions (Yokohira et al. 2008), and also inhibits the proliferation of a variety of cancer cell lines, including cervical (Sui et al. 2005b), hepatocellular (Sui et al. 2005b; Yamaguchi et al. 2008), ovarian (Sui et al. 2005a), head and neck (Mitani et al. 2009), skin (Sui et al. 2005b), and prostate cancer (Naha et al. 2008 )a nd leukemia (Hirata et al. 2009) (Table ...

    Yu-Ri Limet al. Microbial metabolism and biotechnological production of d -allose

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