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Anthocyanin analysis and its anticancer property from sugarcane (Saccharum Officinarum L) peel

Sugarcane peel is a renewable raw material rich in different molecular species of antioxidant. To utilize this source as a raw material an environmentally sustainable procedure has been developed for the extraction of anthocyanin and to analyze its anticancer properties ...

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Antiproliferative and antioxidant activities of a tricin acylated glycoside from sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) juice

From sugarcane juice, a flavone, tricin-7-O-β-(6″-methoxycinnamic)-glucoside, was isolated. The tricin derivative was shown to have antioxidant activity higher than Trolox® by means of the DPPH assay and lower by the β-carotene/linoleic acid system. It showed in ...

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Comparison of mouth opening with different non-surgical treatment modalities in oral submucous fibrosis

Background: Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is a chronic, complex, irreversible, highly potent pre-cancerous condition characterized by juxta-epithelial inflammatory reaction and progressive fibrosis of the sub mucosal tissues (lamina propria and deeper connective tissues). The condition is linked to oral cancers ...

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Identification of bioactive compounds and comparison of apoptosis induction of three varieties of sugarcane leaves

This study identified bioactive compounds and systematically compared apoptosis induction of water extracts of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarim L.) leaves among three varieties, including 28NG256, wild type and ROC10, using hepatoma HepG2 cell line. 28NG256 showed the highest levels of total ...

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Induction of apoptosis in human leukemia cells by naturally fermented sugar cane vinegar (kibizu) of Amami Ohshima Island

Naturally fermented vinegar such as Kibizu (sugar cane vinegar in Amami Ohshima, Japan), Kurozu (black rice vinegar in Kagoshima, Japan), Kouzu (black rice vinegar in China) and red wine vinegar in Italy had potent radical-scavenging activity analyzed by DPPH method ...

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In vitro and in vivo anticarcinogenesis of sugar cane vinegar

In vitro and in vivo anticarcinogenic effects of sugar cane vinegar were identified. Antimutagenic components were estimated to be phenolics. Results indicate that sugar cane vinegar may provide protection against carcinogenesis by several steps, such as antimutagenicity, depression of cancer-cell ...

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Nutrition and cancer - A review of the evidence for an anti-cancer diet

It has been estimated that 30–40 percent of all cancers can be prevented by lifestyle and dietary measures alone. Obesity, nutrient sparse foods such as concentrated sugars and refined flour products that contribute to impaired glucose metabolism (which leads ...

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Phenolic compounds and anticancer activity of commercial sugarcane cultivated in Brazil

The cultivation of sugarcane hybrids (X Saccharum officinarum L.) is an important revenue source for the Brazilian economy. Herein it is reported the evaluation of the cytotoxic activity of mid-polarity sugarcane extracts against human cancer cell lines, as well as ...

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