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By Chi-Tang Ho, Toshihiko Osawa, Mou-Tuan Huang, Robert T. Rosen

content material: 1. vegetables and fruit --
2. Teas, spices, and herbs. v. 1. [no. 546] melanoma chemoprevention by means of phytochemicals in vegetables and fruit : an summary / Mou-Tuan Huang, Thomas Ferraro, and Chi-Tang Ho --
results of nutrients phytochemicals on xenobiotic metabolism and tumorigenesis / Theresa J. Smith and Chung S. Yang --
Micronutrients in melanoma prevention / Paul A. Lachance --
Antimutagen and anticarcinogen learn in Japan / Mitsuo Namiki --
Flavorants from garlic, onion, and different alliums and their cancer-preventive homes / Eric Block --
Inhibition of chemical toxicity and carcinogenesis by means of diallyl sulfide and diallyl sulfone / J-Y. Hong, M.C. Lin, Zhi Yuan Wang, E-J. Wang, and Chung S. Yang --
Breath research of garlic-borne phytochemicals in human topics : mixed adsorbent trapping and short-path thermal desorption gasoline chromatography-mass spectrometry / Reginald Ruiz, Thomas G. Hartman, Karl Karmas, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
Sulfur chemistry of onions and inhibitory components of the arachidonic acid cascade / Shunro Kawakishi and Y. Morimitsu --
Vinyldithiins in garlic and jap family Allium (A. victorialis) / H. Nishimura and T. Ariga --
Thermal decomposition of alliin, the foremost taste portion of garlic, in an aqueous resolution / Tung-Hsi Yu, Chi-Kuen Shu, and Chi-Tang Ho --
Chemoprotection by way of l,2-dithiole-3-thiones / T.W. Kensler, J.D. Groopman, B.D. Roebuck, and T.J. Curphey --
Chemoprevention of colon melanoma by way of thiol and different organosulfur compounds / Bandaru S. Reddy and Chinthalapally V. Rao --
Inhibition of esophageal tumorigenesis through phenethyl isothiocyanate / G.D. Stoner, A.J. Galati, C.J. Schmidt, and M.A. Morse --
High-performance liquid chromatographic choice of glucosinolates in brassica greens / J.M. Betz and W.D. Fox --
Biochemistry of citrus limonoids and their anticarcinogenic job / Shin Hasegawa, Masaki Miyake, and Yoshihiko Ozaki --
Inhibition of chemically prompted carcinogenesis by means of citrus limonoids / Luke K.T. Lam, Jilun Zhang, Shin Hasegawa, and Herman A.J. Schut --
Inhibition of oral carcinogenesis through eco-friendly espresso beans and limonoid glucosides / E.G. Miller, A.P. Gonzales-Sanders, A.M. Couvillon, J.M. Wright, Shin Hasegawa, Luke K.T. Lam, and G.I. Sunahara --
Stimulation of glutathione S-transferase and inhibition of carcinogenesis in mice via celery seed oil parts / G.-Q. Zheng, Jilun Zhang, P.M. Kenney, and Luke K.T. Lam --
Citrus juice flavonoids with anticarcinogenic and antitumor houses / John A. Attaway --
choice of loose and glycosidically certain natural compounds in an umbelliferous vegetable drink / Robert T. Rosen, Tarik H. Roshdy, Thomas G. Hartman, and Chi-Tang Ho --
results of intake of an umbelliferous vegetable beverage on ingredients in human sera / H.E. Sauberlich, D.S. Weinberg, L.E. Freeberg, W.-Y. Juan, T.R. Sullivan, T. Tamura, and C.B. Craig --
Chlorophyllin : an antigenotoxic agent / T. Ong, H.E. Brockman, and W-Z. Whong --
nutritional cytochrome P-450 modifiers within the keep an eye on of estrogen metabolism / Jon J. Michnovicz and H. Leon Bradlow --
Comparative learn of ellagic acid and its analogues as chemopreventive brokers opposed to lung tumorigenesis / Andre Castonguay, Mohamed Boukharta, and Guylaine Jalbert --
Antitumor-promoting results of gallotannins, ellagitannins, and flavonoids in mouse pores and skin in vivo / J.P. Perchellet, H.U. Gali, E.M. Perchellet, P.E. Laks, V. Bottari, R.W. Hemingway, and A. Scalbert --
Soybean saponin and isoflavonoids : constitution and antiviral task opposed to human immunodeficiency virus in vitro / Kazuyoshi Okubo, Shigemitsu Kudou, Teiji Uchida, Yumiko Yoshiki, Masaki Yoshikoshi, and Masahide Tonomura --
Structural elucidation and physiological homes of real soybean saponins / Shigemitsu Kudou, Masahide Tonomura, Chigen Tsukamoto, Teiji Uchida, Masaki Yoshikoshi, and Kazuyoshi Okubo --
Fermentation-derived anticarcinogenic taste compound / Michael W. Pariza --
Antioxidative job of fermented soybean items / H. Esaki, H. Onozaki, and Toshihiko Osawa --
Chemopreventive phytochemicals in soy and licorice diets affecting key rat enzyme platforms / T.E. Webb, %. Stromberg, H. Abou-Issa, M. Moeschberger, H.F. Pierson, and R.W. Curley, Jr. --
Genetic development of saponin elements in soybean / Chigen Tsukamoto, Akio Kikuchi, Shigemitsu Kudou, Kyuya Harada, Tsutomu Iwasaki, and Kazuyoshi Okubo --
the second one golden age of food : phytochemicals and ailment prevention / Mark Messina and Virginia Messina --
Synthesis of L-ascorbic acid and its 2-phosphate and 2-sulfate esters and its position within the browning of orange juice focus / Eldon C.H. Lee --
Metabolic pathway for [beta]-carotene biosynthesis : similarities within the plant and animal / A.M. Gawienowski. v. 2. [no. 547] Phytochemicals in teas and rosemary and their cancer-preventive houses / Chi-Tang Ho, Thomas Ferraro, Qinyun Chen, Robert T. Rosen, and Mou-Tuan Huang --
Inactivation of oxygen radicals via nutritional phenolic compounds in anticarcinogenesis / Michael G. Simic and Slobodan V. Jovanovic --
Prophylactic services of tea polyphenols / Yukihiko Hara --
Preventive impact of eco-friendly tea polyphenols on colon carcinogenesis / Mujo Kim, Nobuyuki Hagiwara, S.J. Smith, Takehiko Yamamoto, Tetsuro Yamane, and Toshio Takahashi --
Tea polyphenols as a singular category of inhibitors for human immunodeficiency virus opposite transcriptase / Hideo Nakane, Yukihiko Hara, and Katsuhiko Ono --
Mitogenic job of ( --
)-epigallocatechin gallate on B cells and its structure-function courting / Z.-Q. Hu, M. Toda, S. Okubo, and Tadakatsu Shimamura --
Suppression of the formation of complicated glycosylation items by way of tea extracts / N. Kinae, ok. Shimoi, S. Masumori, M. Harusawa, and M. Furugori --
results of tea polyphenols on blood rheology in rats fed a high-fat vitamin / F. Nanjo, Yukihiko Hara, and Y. Kikuchi --
Inhibition of saccharide digestive enzymes by means of tea polyphenols / M. Honda, F. Nanjo, and Yukihiko Hara --
Interactions of eco-friendly tea catechin with polyamides / H. Li, C. Fisher, R.W. Keown, and C.P. Malone --
Inhibition of influenza virus an infection by means of tea polyphenols / Tadakatsu Shimamura --
Inhibitory impact of rooibos tea (Aspalathus linearis) at the induction of chromosome aberrations in vivo and in vitro / okay. Shimoi, Y. Hokabe, Y.F. Sasaki, H. Yamada, okay. Kator, and N. Kinae --
Prevention of melanoma through brokers that suppress creation of oxidants / W. Troll, J.S. Lim, and okay. Frenkel --
melanoma chemoprevention via antioxidants / Masao Hirose, Katsumi Imaida, Seiko Tamano, and Nobuyuki Ito --
Chemistry and antioxidative results of phenolic compounds from licorice, tea, and composite and labiate herbs / Takuo Okuda, Takashi Yoshida, and Tsutomu Hatano --
Chemistry of antioxidants from Labiatae herbs / Nobuji Nakatani --
Flavonoid with powerful antioxidative job remoted from younger eco-friendly barley leaves / Takayuki Shibamoto, Yoshihide Hagiwara, Hideaki Hagiwara, and Toshihiko Osawa --
Antioxidative compounds from marine organisms / ok. Sakata, ok. Yamamoto, and N. Watanabe --
Chemistry and antioxidative mechanisms of [beta]-diketones / Toshihiko Osawa, Y. Sugiyama, M. Inayoshi, and Shunro Kawakishi --
Molecular mechanism of motion of curcumin : inhibition of 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate-induced responses linked to tumor promoting / J.K. Lin, T.S. Huang, C.A. Shih, and J.Y. Liu --
Formation and reactivity of loose radicals in curcuminoids : an electron paramagnetic resonance learn / K.M. Schaich, C. Fisher, and R. King --
anti inflammatory and cancer-preventive immunomodulation via nutrition : results of curcumin on T lymphocytes / Marion Man-Ying Chan and Dunne Fong --
research of curcuminoids by way of high-performance liquid chromatography / Thomas H. Cooper, Joseph G. Clark, and James A. Guzinski --
constitution of antioxidative compounds in ginger / Hiroe Kikuzaki, Yoko Kawasaki, and Nobuji Nakatani --
Chemistry of ginger elements and inhibitory components of the arachidonic acid cascade / Shunro Kawakishi, Y. Morimitsu, and Toshihiko Osawa --
Antitumor promoters from safe to eat vegetation / H. Ohigashi, A. Murakami, and okay. Koshimizu --
Chemistry of lignan antioxidants in sesame seed and oil / Y. Fukuda, Toshihiko Osawa, Shunro Kawakishi, and M. Namiki --
Chemistry and antioxidative task of lignan glucosides in sesame seed / Hirotaka Katsuzaki, Toshihiko Osawa, and Shunro Kawakishi --
Antioxidative and anticancer elements produced via mobile tradition of sesame / A. Mimura, okay. Takebayashi, M. Niwano, Y. Takahara, Toshihiko Osawa, and H. Tokuda --
improvement of stability-indicating analytical tools for flaxseed lignans and their precursors / R.K. Harris, J. Greaves, D. Alexander, T. Wilson, and W.J. Haggerty --
Antitumor-promoting and anti inflammatory actions of licorice rules and their changed compounds / Shoji Shibata --
organic actions, construction, and use of chemical elements of licorice / Kenji Mizutani --
Anticarcinogenesis of licorice and its significant triterpenoid materials / Zhi Yuan Wang --
Ginseng and its congeners : conventional Oriental foodstuff medicines / Osamu Tanaka --
average items and organic actions of the chinese language medicinal fungus Ganoderma lucidum / Ming-Shi Shiao, Kuan Rong Lee, Lee-Juian Lin, and Cheng-Teh Wang.

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Bull. 1990, 38, 717-720. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1994. Chapter 4 Preventive Effect of Green Tea Polyphenols on Colon Carcinogenesis 1 1 1 2 Mujo Kim , Nobuyuki Hagiwara , S. J. ch004 3 We have recently reported that one of the main constituents in green tea polyphenols (GTP), (-)-epigallocatechin gallate, inhibited the promotion stage of mouse duodenal carcinogenesis induced by N­ -ethyl-N-nitro-N'-nitrosoguanidine. In addition, GTP was found to inhibit the growth of intestinal clostridia, both in vitro and in vivo, which are considered to participate in the production of carcinogens.

Chem. 1991, 55, 1895-1897. 16. ; Kusumoto, I. ; Hara, Y. Chem. Pharm. Bull. 1990, 38, 717-720. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1994. Chapter 4 Preventive Effect of Green Tea Polyphenols on Colon Carcinogenesis 1 1 1 2 Mujo Kim , Nobuyuki Hagiwara , S. J. ch004 3 We have recently reported that one of the main constituents in green tea polyphenols (GTP), (-)-epigallocatechin gallate, inhibited the promotion stage of mouse duodenal carcinogenesis induced by N­ -ethyl-N-nitro-N'-nitrosoguanidine.

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