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Abstract Title:

The Evolving Roles ofas Potential Anti-Cancer Agent: A Review.

Abstract Source:

Nutr Cancer. 2020 Nov 5:1-11. Epub 2020 Nov 5. PMID: 33148034

Abstract Author(s):

Sudeepa Ghosh, Rahmat Khanam, Avik Acharya Chowdhury

Article Affiliation:

Sudeepa Ghosh

Abstract:

The intermingled interrelationship ofand human health dates backs to the ancient times in the history of ayurveda making the plant an enriched source of alternative drug development in a nontoxic manner. In recent years, research on the biological effects ofhas flourished as promising neuroprotective, memory boosting and more importantly as both chemopreventive and anti-neoplastic agent. Each naturally synthesized chemical constituent identified fromleaf extract with different solvents, has significant anti-metastatic, anti-angiogenic and anti-proliferative activity on different type of cancer cells. In this context, a substantial literature survey allows a deep understanding of the involvement of specific bioactive molecules along with the whole plant extract ofwith their divergent effective molecular pathways. This comprehensive review covers literature up to the year 2020 highlighting all the anticancer efficacy along with signaling pathways activated by secondary metabolites found in bacopa plant.

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