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Mechanisms of Anticarcinogenesis by Dietary Dithiothiones (1984)


Mechanisms of Anticarcinogenesis by Dietary Dithiothiones

Key words:

dithiothiones, cruciferous vegetables

Research Institution:

The Johns Hopkins University




Thomas W Kensler

Project Description:

Dr. Kensler studied how the addition to the diet of dithiothiones, compounds found in cruciferous vegetables, may interfere with the development of liver cancer in rats.

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