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Proteomic Profiling of a Selected Diarylpentanoid on Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infected Human Cervical Cancer Cells
thesisposted on 2017-08-09, 00:55 authored by JIN HUNG CHEW
Cervical cancer remains to be one of the major causes of death among Malaysian women despite the effort that has been in the prevention and treatment of the disease. Current chemotherapeutic treatments often cause toxic side effects. This thesis investigates the use of curcumin derivative (MS13) in the treatment of cervical cancer. It identifies the potential mechanism of action of MS13 to exhibit its anticancer properties in cervical cancer cells.