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Gene-Environment Interaction in Heterocyclic Amine Carcinogenesis (1995)

Title:

Gene-Environment Interaction in Heterocyclic Amine Carcinogenesis

Key words:

fiber, carcinogens, protein-rich foods

Research Institution:

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Location:

Texas

Researcher:

Michael J Wargovich

Project Description:

Dr. Wargovich investigated how dietary fat and fiber can interact with the genetic background of an animal in the activation or deactivation of a dietary carcinogen formed at very low levels by high temperature cooking of protein-rich foods.

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