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Anti-cancer activity of dimeric salicinoids from willow

Researchers from Rothamsted Research have demonstrated the anti-cancer activity of miyabeacin, a new cyclodimer from willow. The research team consisting of collaborators from Rothamsted Research, The University of Kent and Goethe University isolated miyabeacin, a dimeric salicinoid from Salix miyabeana and Salix dasyclados and demonstrated its anti-cancer activity against a panel of cancer cell lines. Further details of the research work, which has been published in the journal Scientific Reports are available at https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-63349-1



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