The active principle from Silybum marianum. Used for treatment of liver damage.
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Sonnenbichler et al (1986) Stimulatory effect of silbinin on the DNA synthesis in partially hepatectomized rat livers: non-response in hematoma and other malign cell lines. Biochem.Pharmacol. 35 538 PMID: 3004503
Sonnenbichler et al (1999) Stimulatory effects of silibinin and silicristin from the milk thistle silybum marianum on kidney cells. J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther. 290 1375 PMID: 10454517
Zi and Agarwal (1999) Silibinin decreases prostate-specific antigen with cell growth inhibition via G1 arrest, leading to differentiation of prostate carcinoma cells: implication for prostate cancer intervention. Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A. 96 7490 PMID: 10377442
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