Baicalin from Chinese skullcap inhibits growth of squamous cell skin carcinoma

(Natural News) In this study, researchers from China investigated the cellular gene targets responsible for baicalin’s anti-tumor activity. The results of their functional and proteomic analysis were published in The American Journal of Chinese Medicine. There is abundant evidence of the key role ultraviolet radiation (UVR) plays in the development of skin cancer. The human…

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