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Anticancer Effects of Curcumin Revealed

...) except for the control group which only received cottonseed oil. Study groups (5 mice each) were divided as follows: (1) curcumin therapy alone, (2) gemcitabine alone intraperitoneally, (3) radiotherapy alone, and (4) control. Tumor mass was compared at the end of the study. Compared to the control, in all st...

Wet Distiller's Grains Could Play a Role in Cattle Diets

...ler's grains for some of the steam-flaked corn and cottonseed meal," Brown said. "Also, there hadn't been any st...ller's grains replaced a combination of 35 percent cottonseed meal and 65 percent steam-flaked corn, he said. Yellow grease was added to the steam-flaked corn ...

Indian American have Genetically Engineered Edible Cottonseed

.... Considering that the 44 million metric tons of cottonseed produced annually could nutritionally support 500 million people, gossypol-free cotton may provide a boon for global malnutrition, the researchers say. Also, besides the potential of edible cottonseed, RNA interference could possibly be applied to ...

Gossypol helps in chemotherapy of neck and head cancer.

Gossypol, a compound present in cottonseed has been found be increase the effectiveness of chemotherapy// for neck and head cancer patients. This could prove beneficial in cancer treatment and help patients worldwide. Shaomeng Wang, Ph.D., co-director of the Molecular Therapeutics Program at...

Compound from cottonseed for neck and head cancers

A chemical compound derived from the cottonseed oil had showed promise in treating the cancer of h...or breathe. The newly effective compound from the cottonseed oil has been able to kill carcinogenic cells to a success rate of 70% to 90%. The treated cell cultu...

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