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From: Taxifolin, a natural flavonoid interacts with cell cycle regulators causes cell cycle arrest and causes tumor regression by activating Wnt/ β -catenin signaling pathway

Fig. 9

Consequence of TAX administration on HCT116 tumor growth in athymic nude mice. a Average tumor volume of water fed, 15 & 25 kg/mg taxifloin injected mice plotted over days after tumor cell inoculation. Values represent mean ± SD of six mice. *, p < 0.01 (25 mg/kg); **, p < 0.05 (15 mg/kg) vs water fed normal control mice ***, p < 0.001. b H&E staining of taxifolin administrated xenograft tumors vs control. c and d Immunoblotting and Immunohistochemistry of cleaved Caspase 3 of TAX administrated tumor xenograft vs untreated control tumor xenografts. The data are representative of three independent experiments with similar results

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