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Treatment of Cancer By Using Sea Cucumber

International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management 

High-Value Components and Bioactives from Sea Cucumbers for Functional Foods

US National Library of Medicine 
National Institutes of Health (PMC)

Medicinal and health benefit effects of functional sea cucumbers

Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine

The Anti-Cancer Effects of Frondoside A

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Cancer Cell Inhibiting Sea Cucumber ( Holothuria leucospilota) Protein as a Novel Anti-Cancer Drug

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Frondoside A is a potential anticancer agent from sea cucumbers

Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics

Sea cucumber extract TBL-12 inhibits the proliferation, migration, and invasion of human prostate cancer cells through the p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase and intrinsic caspase apoptosis pathway

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

A phase II trial of TBL‐12 sea cucumber extract in patients with untreated asymptomatic myeloma

British Journal of Haematology

Biopotential of Sea Cucumbers (Echinodermata) and Tunicates (Chordata) from the Western Coast of Portugal for the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Illnesses †

MDPI, Basel Switzerland

Frondoside A inhibits human breast cancer cell survival, migration, invasion and the growth of breast tumor xenografts

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Mechanisms of cancer cell killing by sea cucumber-derived compounds

US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health (PMC)

Northern Sea Cucumber (Cucumaria frondosa): A Potential Candidate for Functional Food, Nutraceutical, and Pharmaceutical Sector

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Pharmacological Potential of Sea Cucumbers

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Health Benefits of Sea Cucumber

Nourish, by WebMD

Common cellular events occur during wound healing and organ regeneration in the sea cucumber Holothuria glaberrima

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Characterization of a Coproduct from the Sea Cucumber Cucumaria frondosa and Its Effects on Visceral Adipocyte Size in Male Wistar Rats

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Synergistic Suppression of Human Multiple Myeloma Cell Growth by the Natural Product TBL-12 in Combination with Low Doses of Velcade: Insight Into Mechanisms

Wiley Subscription Services Inc. (United States)

Cloning, Expression and Inhibitory Effects on Lewis Lung Carcinoma Cells of rAj-Tspin from Sea Cucumber (Apostichopus japonicus)

MDPI, Basel Switzerland

Frondoside A suppressive effects on lung cancer survival, tumor growth, angiogenesis, invasion, and metastasis

Public Library of Science (PLOS)

Sea Cucumber Intestinal Peptide Induces the Apoptosis of MCF-7 Cells by Inhibiting PI3K/AKT Pathway

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Sea Cucumbers Metabolites as Potent Anti-Cancer Agents

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Bioactive compounds of sea cucumbers and their therapeutic effects

Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology 

Dietary saponins of sea cucumber alleviate orotic acid-induced fatty liver in rats via PPARα and SREBP-1c signaling

BioMed Cancer (BMC)

Regeneration of the digestive tract of an anterior-eviscerating sea cucumber, Eupentacta quinquesemita, and the involvement of mesenchymal–epithelial transition in digestive tube formation

BioMed Cancer (BMC)

Visceral regeneration in a sea cucumber involves extensive expression of survivin and mortalin homologs in the mesothelium

BioMed Cancer (BMC)

Apoptosis-Inducing Factor 2 (AIF-2) Mediates a Caspase-Independent Apoptotic Pathway in the Tropical Sea Cucumber (Holothuria leucospilota)

MDPI, Basel Switzerland

Distribution of Saponins in the Sea Cucumber Holothuria lessoni; the Body Wall Versus the Viscera, and Their Biological Activities

MDPI, Basel Switzerland

Immunomodulatory properties of frondoside A, a major triterpene glycoside from the North Atlantic commercially harvested sea cucumber Cucumaria frondosa

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Investigation of structural proteins in sea cucumber (Apostichopus japonicus) body wall

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

Sea cucumber peptides inhibit the malignancy of NSCLC by regulating miR-378a-5p targeted TUSC2

National Library of Medicine Center for Biotechnology Information (NIH)

A Reviews on Use of Sea Cucumber as a Treatment for Oral Cancer

Systematic Review Pharmacy Journal

Frondoside A enhances the antiproliferative effects of gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer

European Journal of Cancer

The marine triterpene glycoside frondoside A induces p53-independent apoptosis and inhibits autophagy in urothelial carcinoma cells

BioMed Cancer (BMC)

Sea cucumber extract TBL‐12 inhibits the proliferation, migration, and invasion of human prostate cancer cells through the p38 mitogen‐activated protein kinase and intrinsic caspase apoptosis pathway

Wiley Subscription Services Inc. (United States)

Cloning, Expression and Inhibitory Effects on Lewis Lung Carcinoma Cells of rAj-Tspin from Sea Cucumber (Apostichopus japonicus)

MDPI, Basel Switzerland

Characterization of a Coproduct from the Sea Cucumber Cucumaria frondosa and Its Effects on Visceral Adipocyte Size in Male Wistar Rats

MDPI, Basel Switzerland