Polyphenolic-Rich Compounds From Dillenia pentagyna (Roxb.) Attenuates the Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiotoxicity: A High-Frequency Ultrasonography Assisted Approach.

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Publisher: Frontiers Research Foundation
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Author(s): Kalyani Tene, M. Kalyan Kumar, G. Basveshwar, P. Eswara Rao, G. Jagadeesh Kumar, Pramod kumar, Deepak B. Pemmaraju, U. S. N. Murty, Ranadeep Gogoi, V. G. M. Naidu

Cardiovascular complications are the foremost concern in patients undergoing anticancer therapy<italic>.</italic> There is an unmet need to address the problems arising from the drug-induced toxicity for the long-term benefit of the patients undergoing chemotherapy. Alternative medicines are gaining their prosperity in addressing the various drug-induced organ toxicity. <italic>Dillenia pentagyna</italic> Roxb (DP) is an ethnomedicinal plant rich in flavonoids and phenolic contents. In India & Nepal, DP is a common ingredient of traditional medicines used...

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