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Marine compound catunaregin inhibits angiogenesis through the modulation of phosphorylation of Akt and eNOS in vivo and in vitro Journal article
Marine Drugs, 2014,Volume: 12,Issue: 5,Page: 2790
Authors:  Liu J.-X.;  Luo M.-Q.;  Xia M.;  Wu Q.;  Long S.-M.;  Hu Y.;  Gao G.-C.;  Yao X.-L.;  He M.;  Su H.;  Luo X.-M.;  Yao S.-Z.
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Anti-angiogenesis  Catunaregin  HUVECs  VEGF  Zebrafish  
Increased accumulation of the cardio-cerebrovascular disease treatment drug tanshinone in Salvia miltiorrhiza hairy roots by the enzymes 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl CoA reductase and 1-deoxy-D-xylulose 5-phosphate reductoisomerase Journal article
Functional and Integrative Genomics, 2014,Volume: 14,Issue: 3,Page: 603-615
Authors:  Shi M.;  Luo X.;  Ju G.;  Yu X.;  Hao X.;  Huang Q.;  Xiao J.;  Cui L.;  Kai G.
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Co-regulation  Elicitor  Hairy roots  Salvia miltiorrhiza  Tanshinone  
Mycoepoxydiene induces apoptosis and inhibits TPA-induced invasion in human cholangiocarcinoma cells via blocking NF-κB pathway Journal article
Biochimie, 2014,Volume: 101,Issue: 1,Page: 183-191
Authors:  Li W.;  Li M.;  Su X.;  Qin L.;  Miao M.;  Yu C.;  Shen Y.;  Luo Q.;  Chen Q.
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Apoptosis  Cholangiocarcinoma  Invasion  Mycoepoxydiene  Nf-κb