New Antineoplastic Agent, MK615, from UME (a Variety of) Japanese Apricot Inhibits Growth of Breast Cancer Cells in vitro
A Novel Anti-cancer Substance, MK615, from Ume, a Variety of Japanese Apricot, Inhibits Growth of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells by Suppressing Aurora A Kinase Activity
New anti-proliferative agent, MK615, from Japanese apricot “Prunus mume” induces striking autophagy in colon cancer cells in vitro
Mechanism of HMGB1 release inhibition from RAW264.7 cells by oleanolic acid in Prunus mume Sieb. et Zucc
Triterpenes augment the inhibitory effects of anticancer drugs on growth of human esophageal carcinoma cells in vitro and suppress experimental metastasis in vivo
MK615 attenuates Porphyromonas gingivalis lipopolysaccharide-induced pro-inflammatory cytokine release via MAPK inactivation in murine macrophage-like RAW264.7 cells
Advanced malignant melanoma responds to Prunus mume Sieb. Et Zucc (Ume) extract: Case report and in vitro study
MK615 decrease RAGE expression and inhibits TAGE-induced proliferation in hepatocellular carcinoma cells
MK615, a Prunus mume Sieb. Et Zucc(Ume) extract, attenuates the growth of A375 melanoma cells by inhibiting the ERK1/2-ID-1 pathway
MK615, A Compound Extract from the Japanese Apricot “Prunus mume” Inhibits In vitro Cell Growth and Interleukin-8 Expression in Non-smallCell Lung Cancer Cells
Antitumor effect of Japanese apricot extract(MK615) on human cancer cells in vitro and in vivo through a reactive oxygen species-dependent mechanism
Advanced hepatocellular carcinoma responds to MK615, a compound extract from the Japanese apricot “Prunus mume”.
Receptor for advanced glycation endproducts signaling cascades are activated in pancreatic fibroblasts, but not in the INS1E insulinoma cell line: Are mesenchymal cells major players in chronic inflammation?
Japanese apricot extract (MK615) potentiates bendamustine -induced apoptosis via impairment of the DNA damage response in lymphoma cells
Investigating a novel hepatoprotective substance from ume extract (heated Japanese apricot juice concentrate). Part 1: Finding an active substanceusing a liver injury rat model
Investigating a novel hepatoprotective substance from ume extract (heated Japanese apricot juice concentrate). Part 2: Elucidation of chemical structure