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Dietary Sphingolipids and Inhibitors of Sphingolipid Metabolism: Role in Cancer (1998)

Title:

Dietary Sphingolipids and Inhibitors of Sphingolipid Metabolism: Role in Cancer

Key words:

fumonisms, sphingolipids

Research Institution:

University of California, Davis

Location:

California

Researcher:

Tzipora Goldkorn

Project Description:

Dr. Goldkorn sought to determine the effects of fumonisms, toxic compounds produced by molds sometimes found in foods, on the processes of cell growth and death in animal cells, and studying enzyme systems which may mediate the effects of the toxins.

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