Piperine, a phytochemical alkaloid in the class of organosulfur compound may have a significant effect in blocking the energy that is necessary for cancer cells proliferation and survival, some scientists suggested.
Angiogenesis is the formation of new blood vessels in the body for healing and reproduction.
However, in invasive cancers, the formation of a new blood vessel from pre-existing vessels stimulated by cancer chemicals may be deadly to the host.
These new blood vessels provide the nutrients and fluids for cancer growth and metastasis.
A research team at the Dalhousie University in the investigation of piperine, a major alkaloid constituent of black pepper physiological actions in inhibition of cancer cells proliferation including the killing of cancer cells launched a study to examine the angiogenetic effect of piperine in tumor progression.
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(1) Piperine, a dietary phytochemical, inhibits angiogenesis by Doucette CD, Hilchie AL, Liwski R, Hoskin DW.(PubMed)
(3) Clinical Implications of Angiogenesis in Cancers by Roberta WC Pang1 and Ronnie TP Poon. (PMC)