1. null
    Barbara Adinolfi et al, 2015 CrossRef
  2. Pristimerin demonstrates anticancer potential in colorectal cancer cells by inducing G1 phase arrest and apoptosis and suppressing various pro-survival signaling proteins
    BASHIR A. YOUSEF et al, 2016 CrossRef
  3. Pristimerin effectively inhibits the malignant phenotypes of uveal melanoma cells by targeting NF-κB pathway
    Biao Zhang et al, 2017 CrossRef
  4. Pristimerin overcomes adriamycin resistance in breast cancer cells through suppressing Akt signaling
    GUI'E XIE et al, 2016 CrossRef
  5. Pristimerin, a naturally occurring triterpenoid, attenuates tumorigenesis in experimental colitis-associated colon cancer
    Ju-Hyung Park et al, 2018, Phytomedicine CrossRef
  6. Molecular beacon-decorated polymethylmethacrylate core-shell fluorescent nanoparticles for the detection of survivin mRNA in human cancer cells
    Barbara Adinolfi et al, 2017, Biosensors and Bioelectronics CrossRef
  7. Induction of cell-cycle arrest and apoptosis in human cholangiocarcinoma cells by pristimerin
    Jian-min Sun et al, 2019, J Cell Biochem CrossRef
  8. Mevalonate-derived quinonemethide triterpenoid from in vitro roots of Peritassa laevigata and their localization in root tissue by MALDI imaging
    Edieidia S. Pina et al, 2016, Sci Rep CrossRef
  9. Anti-Cancer Effects of Pristimerin and the Mechanisms: A Critical Review
    Jia-jun Li et al, 2019, Front. Pharmacol. CrossRef
  10. Human dermal fibroblasts HDFa can be used as an appropriate healthy control for PMMA nanoparticles-survivin molecular beacon cellular uptake studies
    Barbara Adinolfi et al, 2015, Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy CrossRef
  11. Pristimerin attenuates cell proliferation of uveal melanoma cells by inhibiting insulin‐like growth factor‐1 receptor and its downstream pathways
    Xinshu Xie et al, 2019, J Cell Mol Med CrossRef
  12. Evaluation of the cytotoxic, apoptosis inducing activity and molecular docking of spiroquinazolinone benzamide derivatives in MCF-7 breast cancer cells
    Majid Mahdavi et al, 2016, Chemico-Biological Interactions CrossRef
  13. null
    Muthu K. Shanmugam et al, 2016 CrossRef
  14. Improved production of quinone-methide triterpenoids by Cheiloclinium cognatum root cultures: possibilities for a non-destructive biotechnological process
    Edieidia S. Pina et al, 2017, Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult CrossRef
  15. Terpenoids, Cannabimimetic Ligands, beyond the Cannabis Plant
    Elaine C. D. Gonçalves et al, 2020, Molecules CrossRef
  16. Inhibition of skeletal growth of human prostate cancer by the combination of docetaxel and BKM1644: an aminobisphosphonate derivative
    Shumin Zhang et al, 2016, Oncotarget CrossRef
  17. Survivin as a novel target protein for reducing the proliferation of cancer cells.
    Dongyu Li et al, 2018, Biomed Rep CrossRef
  18. null
    Barbara Adinolfi et al, 2015 CrossRef
  19. 22β-hydroxytingenone induces apoptosis and suppresses invasiveness of melanoma cells by inhibiting MMP-9 activity and MAPK signaling
    Elenn Suzany Pereira Aranha et al, 2020, Journal of Ethnopharmacology CrossRef
  20. Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Pristimerin in Cancer Therapy: Recent Advances
    Run-Ze Chen et al, 2021, Front. Oncol. CrossRef
  21. null
    Ana Carolina B. da C. Rodrigues et al, 2021 CrossRef
  22. Evidence that BJcuL, a C-type lectin from Bothrops jararacussu venom, influences deubiquitinase activity, resulting in the accumulation of anti-apoptotic proteins in two colorectal cancer cell lines
    L. Zischler et al, 2022, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules CrossRef
  23. Dual role of deubiquitinating enzyme USP19 regulates mitotic progression and tumorigenesis by stabilizing survivin
    Arun Pandian Chandrasekaran et al, 2022, Molecular Therapy CrossRef
  24. The multifaceted mechanisms of pristimerin in the treatment of tumors state-of-the-art
    YingZheng Wang et al, 2022, Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy CrossRef
  25. null
    Ana Carolina B. da C. Rodrigues et al, 2022 CrossRef
  26. Rafoxanide sensitizes colorectal cancer cells to TRAIL-mediated apoptosis
    Federica Laudisi et al, 2022, Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy CrossRef
  27. Potential anticancer properties of calotropis procera: An investigation on breast and colon cancer cells
    Lara J. Bou Malhab et al, 2023, Heliyon CrossRef