Sinigrin may be used as a natural and bioactive compound for killing cancer cells before they can spread, according to studies.
Cancer is a group of diseases characterized by cell growth irregularly in the tissue of the body, including glands and organs due to the alternation of cell DNA.
In normal cells, through the process of mitosis, the new cells are born through the division of one cell into two with an aim to replace cells that have been lost, damaged, or worn out. The cell division cycle is closely regulated and they can give rise to only a limited array of cells.
Researchers on finding a natural compound for the treatment of cancers examined sinigrin, the bioactive ingredient in cruciferous vegetables for their health benefits and cancer prevention properties in vitro against HL60 (human promyelocytic leukemia cell line) systems.
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(1) Antigenotoxicity and Tumor Growing Inhibition by Leafy Brassica carinata and Sinigrin by Lozano-Baena MD1, Tasset I2, Obregón-Cano S3, de Haro-Bailon A4, Muñoz-Serrano A5, Alonso-Moraga Á. (PubMed)
(2) Anti-proliferative activities of sinigrin on carcinogen-induced hepatotoxicity in rats by Jie M1, Cheung WM1, Yu V1, Zhou Y1, Tong PH1, Ho JW. (PubMed)
(3) Obesity and cancer pathogenesis by Nathan A. Berger. (PMC)