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Dual Effects of Soy to Treat Prostate Cancer: Inhibition of Prostaglandins and Enhancement of the Anti-proliferative Activity of Vitamin D (2006)

Title:

Dual Effects of Soy to Treat Prostate Cancer: Inhibition of Prostaglandins and Enhancement of the Anti-proliferative Activity of Vitamin D

Key words:

soy, calcitriol, CYP24

Research Institution:

Stanford University

Location:

California

Researcher:

David Feldman

Project Description:

This study explored whether soy enhances the anticancer activity of vitamin D and calcitriol against prostate cancer through inhibition of 24-hydroxylase (CYP24) and prostaglandins by suppressing expression of COX-2 in a mouse xenograft model.

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