Anticancer Activity of Ocimum basilicum and the Effect of Ursolic Acid on the Cytoskeleton of MCF-7 Human Breast Cancer Cells
Keywords: 3-Epi-ursolic acid; 3-O-Methyl ursolic acid; ANOVA; Anticancer; Anvirzel; Betula alba; Camptothecin acuminate; Cytoskeleton; DAPI; DMSO; EtOAc; FITC channel; HPLC; HT-144; Immunofluorescence Microscopy; Jasplakinolide; MCF-7; MCF-7 cell line; MeOH; Mitotic Index Assay; NCI-H460; Nerium oleander; Ocimum basilicum; Oleanolic acid; PE-I; PE-S; Paclitaxel; Podophyllum pel-tatum; RPMI-1640; SF-268; SRB; Ursolic acid; XTT assay; paclitaxel; petroleum ether soluble; photodiode array (PDA) detector; sulforhodamine B; trichloroacetic acid; trypan blue, tryp-sin-EDTA; vinblastine
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 December 2010
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