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Racines d'ortie et cancer de la prostate

Une étude a évalué l'activité d'un extrait de racine d'ortie (Urtica dioica) sur l'activité proliférative de cellules humaines de cancer de la prostate. Un effet significatif antiprolifératif de l'extrait a été observé seulement sur les cellules cancéreuses de la prostate (réduction de 30% de la croissance) pendant 7 jours. Il n'y avait pas d'effet cytotoxique de l'extrait sur la prolifération cellulaire.

(Planta Medica, 2000, Vol 66, Iss 1, pp 44-47)
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