Screening of Biologically Active Natural Products in PIBOC
Poster Jun 07, 2005
Aminin D.L., Anisimov M.M., Prokof’eva N.G., Agafonova I.G., Likhatskaya G.N., Stonik V.A.
We screen natural products for antimicrobial, antiviral and anticancer activity, immunomodulatory effects, as inhibitors of cell adhesion and antioxidants. High resolution MRI-tomography with 7T magnet (PharmaScan 70/16US, Bruker) allows us to search in situ for compounds with anticancer, anti stroke and anti ischemia activity, inhibitors of angiogenesis and hepatoprotective substances.
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