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A team led by Professor Alessandra Devoto, Royal Holloway University of London along with colleagues from Brunel University London and University of Exeter have discovered that incubating methyl jasmonate-treated Arabidopsis thaliana leaves, with breast cancer cells leads to growth inhibition of the cancer cells. The bioactivity of MeJA‐treated, Arabidopsis leaves on breast cancer cell growth was mediated by JA‐induced plant‐derived metabolites such as indoles, quinolines and OPDA.

More details of the research published in the journal, New Phytologist can be accessed via the link: https://nph.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nph.17031.



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