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Research Article

Chlorophyll-Mediated Changes in the Redox Status of Pancreatic Cancer Cells Are Associated with Its Anticancer Effects

Table 2

Antiproliferative effects of chlorophylls on human pancreatic cancer cells.

Cell lineConcentration (μM)Chlorophyll aChlorophyll bChlorophyllinPheophytin a

PaTu-89021048.887.894.891.6
5018.665.694.290.2
12513.145.862.976.7

MiaPaCa-21096.2103.4116.5NT
5069.691.4117.1NT
12540.387.6110.3NT

BxPC-31097.3107.2104.9NT
5076.354.598.4NT
12564.875.784.5NT

Data expressed as % of control, untreated cells. Bold data represent those with value < 0.05 when compared to control cells. NT: not tested.

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