Lentils (Legume) lectin may consist a therapeutic and chemo effect in reduced risk and treatment of breast cancer, some researchers suggested.
Lentil, a type of pulse and tiny legumes that can be cooked quickly and rich in protein and fiber is a bushy annual plant of genus Lens the Fabaceae family, native to Middle East.
Breast cancer is a medical condition characterized by cell growth disorderly in the breast tissues. At the late stage, the cancerous cell can travel a distance way from the original site to infect other healthy tissues and organs.
Differentiation of lectin effect in risk of breast cancer are depending to several different mechanisms through various aspects.
Lectins from various sources are proteins or glycoproteins specifically and reversibly bind to different types glycoproteins, with anti tumor activity in inhibited altered glycosylation of cell surface glycoproteins in breast cancer subjects.
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(1) Halilectin-3, a lectin from the marine sponge Haliclona caerulea, induces apoptosis and autophagy in human breast cancer MCF7 cells through caspase-9 pathway and LC3-II protein expression
do Nascimento-Neto LG1,2, Cabral MG2, Carneiro RF3, Silva Z4, Arruda FVS2,5, Nagano CS3, Fernandes AR4, Sampaio AH3, Teixeira EH#1,3, Videira PA#4.
(2) Bauhinia forficata lectin (BfL) induces cell death and inhibits integrin-mediated adhesion on MCF7 human breast cancer cells by Silva MC1, de Paula CA1, Ferreira JG1, Paredes-Gamero EJ2, Vaz AM3, Sampaio MU1, Correia MT4, Oliva ML5.(PubMed)
(3) A novel L-fucose-binding lectin from Fenneropenaeus indicus induced cytotoxicity in breast cancer cells by Chatterjee B1, Ghosh K1, Yadav N1, Kanade SR2.(PubMed)