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Enhanced Anticancer Effects of Low-Dose Curcumin with Non-Invasive Pulsed Electric Field on PANC-1 Cells

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Pulsed electric field (PEF) has been considered as a cell permeability enhancing agent for cancer treatment.

Nevertheless, application of PEF for conventional electrochemotherapy is usually at high intensity, and contact or even invasive electrodes are typically used, which may cause unwanted side effects. In this study, a non-invasive way of applying low intensity, non-contact PEF was adopted to study its combination effect with herb, curcumin, against pancreatic cancer cells and the mechanism involved. Read more . . . 

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