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Leukemia-associated Chromosomal Abnormalities: the Role of Prenatal Exposure to Dietary Topoisomerase II Inhibitors and Mutation in the ATM Gene (2006)

Title:

Leukemia-associated Chromosomal Abnormalities: the Role of Prenatal Exposure to Dietary Topoisomerase II Inhibitors and Mutation in the ATM Gene

Key words:

flavonoids, genistein, quercetin, leukemia

Research Institution:

Maastricht University

Location:

Netherlands

Researcher:

Sahar Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn-Khosrovani

Project Description:

This study explored whether dietary favonoids such as genistein and quercetin might have a harmful effect on certain genes and increase the risk of infant leukemia.

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