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

Figure 5

Western blot of cell cycle and mTOR related proteins from lysates of UMUC-3, TCCSUP and RT112 cell lines.

Tumor cells were pretreated with amygdalin for 24 h or 2 weeks (controls remained untreated). β-actin served as the internal control. One representative from three separate experiments is shown. The right panel of figure 5 shows pixel density values given in percentage related to controls not treated with amygdalin. *indicates significant difference to the control.

Figure 5