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Mechanisms of Anticarcinogenic Componentsfrom Cruciferous Vegetables (2000)

Title:

Mechanisms of Anticarcinogenic Componentsfrom Cruciferous Vegetables

Key words:

pharmacokinetics, metabolism of glucosinolates and isothiocyanates, cruciferous vegetables

Research Institution:

The Johns Hopkins University

Location:

Maryland

Researcher:

Paul Talalay

Project Description:

Dr. Talalay conducted clinical studies on the pharmacokinetics and metabolism of glucosinolates and isothiocyanates, derived from young sprouts of crucifers, to elucidate their mechanisms of action in the human body.

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