DHA Inhibits Melanoma Cell Growth in Lab Test

DOCOSAHEXAENOIC acid
MELANOMA
CELL lines

Abstract:Examines the growth of docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid, in stopping the growth of some melanoma cell lines in a laboratory test. Inhibitors of the development and progression of human cancers; Exposure of growing human metastatic melanoma cell cultures in the laboratory; Risk factor for melanoma.

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