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Effect of essential fatty acids on tumor cells

, : Effect of essential fatty acids on tumor cells. Nutrition 8(5): 343-347

The tumouricidal action of evening primrose oil (EPO), a rich source of linoleic acid and gamma -linolenic acid, in vitro and in vivo is reported. This tumouricidal action of EPO was associated with a 3-fold increase in superoxide generation.

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