Matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor
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Exogenous matrix metalloproteinase inhibitors were developed as anticancer drugs. Examples include:
Metalloproteinase inhibitors are found in numerous marine organisms, including fish, cephalopods, mollusks, algea and bacteria.
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