Collabrating Research
—- with —-
Monash University

– Kenny Chen presenting Porcupine Dates to Prof.Lim Yao Yan for cancer research.
(Monash University 2014)

Soon Hing Cheong is collaborating with Monash University Malaysia to elucidate potential
bioactivity of porcupine dates. Preliminary results using the in vitro cell-based assay
suggested that porcupine dates might have potential inhibitory effect on several cancer cell
types and anti-inflammatory activities. The in vivo therapeutic effects of porcupine dates are
to be validated using animal model.

– HPLC machine use to identify the
compounds in porcupine.

– ELISA Experiment on the anticancer properties of
porcupine dates

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