volume 21, issue 6, P1035-1042 2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-695x2011005000135
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Abstract: Abstract: An atisane diterpene was isolated from Xylopia langsdorfi ana St. Hilaire & Tulasne, Annonaceae, leaves,. Preliminary study showed that xylodiol was cytotoxic and induced differentiation on human leukemia cell lines. However, the molecular mechanisms of xylodiol-mediated cytotoxicity have not been fully defined. Thus, we investigated the anti-tumor effect of xylodiol in human leukemia HL60 cell line. Xylodiol induced apoptosis and necrosis. HL60 cells treated with xylodiol showed biochemical change…

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