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Amygdalin Blocks Bladder Cancer Cell Growth In Vitro by Diminishing Cyclin A and cdk2

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Up: Growth of UMUC-3, TCCSUP and RT112 bladder cancer cells treated with different concentrations of amygdalin after 24 h, 48 h and 72 h.

Controls remained untreated. Down: Tumor cell growth after 2 weeks treatment with 10 mg/ml amygdalin. Each experiment was done in triplicate and repeated 5 times. Data from one representative experiment is shown. *indicates significant difference to controls (p = 0.0022).

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