August Issue Footnotes For Complementary Medicine

August footnotes from Complimentary Medicine.

1 Cuendet M and Pezzuto JM.  The role of cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase in cancer chemoprevention.  COX and LOX in Cancer Prevention.  2000;17(1-4); 109-157.
2 Salvioli S, Sikora E, Cooper EL, et al.  Curcumin in cell death processes:  a challenge for CAM of age-related pathologies.  eCAM.  2007;4(2):181-190.
3 Aggarwal BB, Kumar A, and Bharti AC.  Review.  Anticancer potential of curcumin:  preclinical and clinical studies.  Anticancer Research.  2003;23:363-398.
4 Aggarwal BB, Kumar A, and Bharti AC.  Review.  Anticancer potential of curcumin:  preclinical and clinical studies.  Anticancer Research.  2003;23:363-398.
5 Salvioli S, Sikora E, Cooper EL, et al.  Curcumin in cell death processes:  a challenge for CAM of age-related pathologies.  eCAM.  2007;4(2):181-190.
6 Attri A, Rajora VS, Gupta DK, et al.  Therapeutic efficacy of topical herbal formulation against dermatomycoses and bacterioal dermatitis in dogs.  Indian J Vet Med.  2005;25(1):51-52.
7 Kiuchi F, Goto Y, Sugimoto N, et al.  Nematocidal activity of turmeric:  synergistic action of curcuminoids.  Chem Pharm Bull.  1993;41(9):1640-1643.
8 Innes JF, Fuller CJ, Grover ER, et al.  Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled parallel group study of P54FP for the treatment of dogs with osteoarthritis.  Veterinary Record.  2003;152:457-460.
9 Rema M and Pradeepa R.  Diabetic retinopathy:  an Indian perspective.  Indian J Med Res.  2007;125:297-310.
10 Miquel J, Bernd A, Sempere JM, et al.  The curcuma antioxidants:  pharmacological effects and prospects for future clinical use.  A review.  Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics.  2002;34:37-46.
11 Aggarwal BB, Kumar A, and Bharti AC.  Review.  Anticancer potential of curcumin:  preclinical and clinical studies.  Anticancer Research.  2003;23:363-398.
12 Tayyem RF, Heath DD, Al-Delaimy WK, et al.  Curcumin content of turmeric and curry powders. Nutrition and Cancer.  2006;55(2):126-131.
13 Tayyem RF, Heath DD, Al-Delaimy WK, et al.  Curcumin content of turmeric and curry powders. Nutrition and Cancer.  2006;55(2):126-131.
14 Balasubramanian S and Eckert RL.  Keratoinocyte proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis – Differential mechanisms of regulation by curcumin, EGCG and apigenin.  Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology.  2007, in press.
15 Eckert RL, Crish JF, Efimova T, et al.  Review.  Opposing action of curcumin and green tea polyphenol in human keratinocytes.  Mol Nutr Food Res.  2006;50:123-129.

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