A REVIEW ON ANTICANCER SOURCES FROM AQUATIC ORGANISMS
UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY,
Now a days the prevalence of cancer is increasing in an alarming way. There are several treatment methods for the control of cancer cells including chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. Chemotherapy, that uses chemicals for the inhibition of cancer growth and out-turn leads to several side effects to the normal cells. Naturally derived substances are getting more attention in cancer studies as a replacement of the chemicals or enhancers of chemicals used in chemotherapy. This review intends to gives a brief account on the recently found anticancer activity of aquatic organisms or compounds.
- aquatic microorganisms
- aquatic plants
- aquatic algae
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