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Green Tea Polyphenols and Cancer: Biologic Mechanisms and Practical Implications

Polyphenolic compounds in fruits and vegetables have been associated with lower risk of some diseases, including cancer. Recent research has shown that the polyphenolic antioxidants in green tea possess cancer chemopreventive effects. This review discusses the cancer chemopreventive effects associat... Full description

Journal Title: Nutrition reviews 1999-03, Vol.57 (3), p.78-83
Main Author: Ahmad, Nihal
Other Authors: Mukhtar, Hasan
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Language: English
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Publisher: Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd
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  • Apoptosis
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  • Vertebrates: anatomy and physiology, studies on body, several organs or systems
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abstractPolyphenolic compounds in fruits and vegetables have been associated with lower risk of some diseases, including cancer. Recent research has shown that the polyphenolic antioxidants in green tea possess cancer chemopreventive effects. This review discusses the cancer chemopreventive effects associated with green tea and the molecular mechanisms that underlie the broad anticarcinogenic effect of polyphenols in green tea.
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