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Mechanism of Inhibition by Isothiocyanates and Allyl Sulfides in Rat Esophagus (1997)

Title:

Mechanism of Inhibition by Isothiocyanates and Allyl Sulfides in Rat Esophagus

Key words:

isothiocyanates, allyl sulfides

Research Institution:

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Location:

Nebraska

Researcher:

Sidney S Mirvish

Project Description:

Dr. Mirvish examined how natural compounds found in vegetables inhibit the action of an esophageal carcinogen, at doses relevant to those occurring in the vegetables.

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