Sunday, August 23, 2009

Proanthocyanidins from Black Raspberries Transform Cancerous Cells

Scientists knew that proanthocyanidins had cancer-fighting properties and decided to focus on one of the most common types, cyanidin-3-rutinoside (C-3-R). Although it is abundant in grape skins and pine bark, scientists used C-3-R purified from black raspberries and tested it on several lines of human leukemia cells. They repeated the test using human lymphoma cells. Read more

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