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Osthole inhibits ovarian carcinoma cells through LC3-mediated autophagy and GSDME-dependent pyroptosis except for apoptosis

European Journal of Pharmacology

Feb 15, 2020

Jing LiangHui Li

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Ovarian carcinoma (OC) begins in the ovaries and remains a highly lethal malignancy. Despite great efforts have been made to fight against OC, there still remain limited therapeutic options owing to chemotherapy drug resistance and serious side effects. Osthole is a derivative of coumar...read more

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Administration of Antineoplastic Agent
Kit Dosage Form
Adverse Effects
Malignant Neoplasms
Osthol
Cell Growth
Drug Resistance
Study
Light chain 3, human
Transmission Electron Microscopy
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Osthole inhibits ovarian carcinoma cells through LC3-mediated autophagy and GSDME-dependent pyroptosis except for apoptosis

European Journal of Pharmacology

Feb 15, 2020

Jing LiangHui Li

PMID: 32057718

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejphar.2020.172990

Abstract

Ovarian carcinoma (OC) begins in the ovaries and remains a highly lethal malignancy. Despite great efforts have been made to fight against OC, there still remain limited therapeutic options owing to chemotherapy drug resistance and serious side effects. Osthole is a derivative of coumar...read more

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