The present study was designed to evaluate the effects of diallyl disulfide on IGF signaling in androgen independent prostate cancer cells (PC-3).
What does DADS stand for?
DADS stands for Diallyl Disulfide
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- Déclaration Annuelle de Données Sociales (French: Annual Declaration of Social Data)
- Defense Accounting and Disbursing System
- Defense Automated Depot System
- Definitive Address Data Source
- Département Aéroélasticité et Dynamique des Structures (French: Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics Department)
- Department of Aging and Disability Services (Texas)
- Department of Alcohol and Drug Services (Santa Clara, CA)
- Deployable Autonomous Distributed System (US Navy)
- Deputy Assistant Director Supplies (UK)
- Design Analysis for Dynamic Systems
- Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures (US NIST)
- Digital Air Data System
- Digital Altimeter Display System
- Digital Audio Distribution System
- Digital Automated Data System
- Digital Auxiliary Data System
- Digitally Assisted Dispatch System (couriers)
- DII (Defense Information Infrastructure) Asset Distribution System
- Direct-Application Decontamination System (German military)
- Distal Acquired Demyelinating Symmetric Neuropathy
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46) Individual components from such garlic extracts include diallyl sulfide, diallyl disulfide, and thiacremonone, all of which demonstrate direct NF-kB-inhibitory activities.
However, a treatment with diallyl disulfide alone did not show the same effect, which suggest it may attribute to other compounds in the GAR or their combination with diallyl disulfide.
Using direct pre-infection incubation assays, we determined the in vitro virucidal effects of fresh garlic extract, its polar fraction, and the following garlic associated compounds: diallyl thiosulfinate (allicin), allyl methyl thiosulfinate, methyl allyl thiosulfinate, ajoene, alliin, deoxyalliin, diallyl disulfide, and diallyl trisulfide.
It was reported that the anticarcinogenic effect of Allium vegetables is attributed to organosulfur compounds (OSCs) (Powolny and Singh 2008), including diallyl sulfide (DAS), diallyl disulfide (DADS), and diallyl trisulfide (DATS), and have demonstrated anti-cancer activities in animal models induced by a variety of chemical carcinogens (Hong et al.