Abstract Title:

Antimetastatic effect of bromelain with or without its proteolytic and anticoagulant activity.

Abstract Source:

J Cancer Res Clin Oncol. 1988;114(5):507-8. PMID: 3182910

Abstract Author(s):

S Batkin, S J Taussig, J Szekerezes


Bromelain, a pineapple-derived plant product, added to C57Bl/6 mice laboratory chow decreased lung metastasis of Lewis lung cancer cells implanted s.c. This antimetastatic potential was demonstrated by both the active and inactive bromelain with or without proteolytic, anticoagulant properties.

Study Type : Human Study

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