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They found that LMWC (21 and 46 kDa) and also smaller oligosaccharides could activate the intestinal immune system of animals, thus preventing tumour growth. But no antitumour effect was observed after the oral administration of chitosan samples, even of low molecular weight (46 kDa). The same authors confirmed that high molecular weight chitosan (650 kDa) prevents the adverse reactions of some cancer chemotherapeutic drugs. Qin et al. also tested the antitumour activity of LMWC against sarcoma 180, but they came to the opposite conclusions.
Biomedical Engineering, Trends in Materials Science by Anthony N. Laskovski