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1. Origin Ehrlich cells, more properly known as Ehrlich-Lettre ascites carcinoma, were originally established as an ascites tumor of mice (1) from Ehrlich’s "Strain 7" transplantable mouse carcinoma (2), which was probably of mammary origin. Several successful attempts at tissue […]
Stábeli et al.  showed that inhibition of the toxic effect of LAAO from Bothrops moojeni was retained when catalase, an H2O2 scavenger, was added. This same enzyme showed a cytotoxic effect upon Ehrlich ascite tumor cells and showed efficiency as a bactericidal, trypanocidal, leishmanicidal and apoptotic agent through DNA fragmentation. The same observation was made regarding other isoforms of this enzyme, isolated from the same species, on leishmanicidal activity .