Methyl Donors Inhibit Panc-1 Cell Proliferation by Decreasing NFkB and Erk Signaling Levels and Raising E-Cadherin Expression

The physiology of cancer patients, particularly those with pancreatic cancer, may be improved by dietary methyl donors, which may also be utilised as intervention treatment. In this study, an aggressive pancreatic adenocarcinoma cell line (Panc-1) was treated with methyl-donors (L-methionine,

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Inhibition of 6-Methylsulfinylhexyl Isothiocyanate for Cell Cycle Progression in Quiescent JB6 Cells Stimulated with Fetal Bovine Serum, Accompanied by Suppression of Cyclin A2 Expression

Wasabi contains a chemical called 6-Methylsulfinyhexyl isothiocyanate (6-MSITC) (Wasabia japonica Matsumura). In quiescent JB6 cells, 6-MSITC inhibited cell cycle progression when activated with epidermal growth factor. The goal of this work is to look into the mechanism of 6-MSITC's inhibitory

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