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Danielle Daw

on 20 November 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Power Rangers
Danielle Daw, Jose Orozco, and Jason Zehden MCF-7 with Resveratrol Introduction MCF-7
Where did it come from?
Where will it proliferate? Purpose The goal of this research project is to determine if resveratrol is an effective inhibitor of the growth of the MCF-7 cell line. Hypothesis We predict that the resveratrol will
inhibit the growth of the MCF-7 cell line. Significance With our findings, we hope that resveratrol can be used to treat patients with breast cancer and inhibit its growth and proliferation.
Additionally, the knowledge gained from this study could be applied to the treatment of other cancers.
Results for
Alamar Blue Assay Results for Live/Dead Resveratrol
Where does it come from?
What is it used for? Previous studies
Resveratrol with 4T1 mouse breast cancer cells
Resveratrol inhibiting fatty acid synthase
Resveratrol with paclitaxel Results for Cell Migration Results for Cell Migration (con't) Results for Flow Cytometry Conclusion Resveratrol vs Positive and Negative Control
DMSO vs Positive and Negative Control

How did this help prove our hypothesis?
What could have gone wrong?
How would this help further experiments?
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