A New Combination Device Comprised of Surface Plasmon Resonance and Fluorescence Microscopy for a Rapid Screening of Anticancer Phenolic Compounds
Recently, physiological activity of phenolic compounds received significant attention; for example; antiproliferative effect on cancer cells has been reported in quercetin , which is contained in a bark of Eucalyptus species and in a propolis [2, 3]. However, the mechanism of phenolic compounds against cells is very complicate. Furthermore, screening of phenolic compounds is time-consuming because it is generally performed by the proliferarive inhibition of given cells in vitro. A new rapid method that enables to understand both mechanism of action and practical effect of phenolic compounds in a system is expected.
KeywordsPancreatic Cancer Phenolic Compound Surface Plasmon Resonance Anticancer Drug Eucalyptus Species
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