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Ethyl acetate extract from marine sponge Hyattella cribriformis exhibit potent anticancer activity by promoting tubulin polymerization as evidenced mitotic arrest and induction of apoptosis

Annamalai Pazhanimuthu, Thayman Malini, Rajan Sowmiya, Raman Lakshmi Sundaram, Ramasubbu Sankar, Perumal Pachiappan

Year : 2015| Volume: 11| Issue : 42 | Page no: 345-355

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