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SPECTRUM Drug Screen Reveals Fox Gloves Can Treat High Cholesterol
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A novel drug screen in liver-like cells shows that cardiac glycosides, which are found in the leaves of the digitalis or foxglove plant, could reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol differently than statins, potentially providing a new ...
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