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2001 Jun Echinacea purpurea and melatonin augment natural-killer cells in leukemic mice and prolong life span.
2002 Feb The effect of immunization with killed tumor cells, with/without feeding of Echinacea purpurea in an erythroleukemic mouse model.
2005 Sep Echinacea: a Miracle Herb against Aging and Cancer? Evidence In vivo in Mice
2007 Mar Cytotoxic effects of Echinacea root hexanic extracts on human cancer cell lines.
2008 Mar Cytotoxic activity of polyacetylenes and polyenes isolated from roots of Echinacea pallida.

2005 Enhancement of natural killer cells and increased survival of aging mice fed daily Echinacea root extract from youth.

Immune: (macrophage activation, interferon-gamma production)
2003 Immune System Effects of Echinacea, Ginseng, and Astragalus: A Review
2007 Mar The potency of immunomodulatory herbs may be primarily dependent upon macrophage activation.

2002 Feb Anti-inflammatory and cicatrizing activity of Echinacea pallida Nutt. root extract.

Common Cold:
1999 Efficacy and safety of a fixed combination phytomedicine in the treatment of the common cold (acute viral respiratory tract infection): results of a randomised, double blind, placebo controlled, multicentre study.

Marrow Recovery Effected when combined with melatonin?:
2001 Deleterious effects of Echinacea purpurea and melatonin on myeloid cells in mouse spleen and bone marrow

Other Research:
2002 Science Fair Myeloid Cancer Blocking by Induction of Differentiation by Echinacea
The Herb Research Foundation
Sloan Kettering
Creighton University