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In Vitro Effects of Resveratrol During Early Stages of Intestinal Tumorigenesis (1999)

Title:

In Vitro Effects of Resveratrol During Early Stages of Intestinal Tumorigenesis

Key words:

resveratrol, grapes, antioxidants, intestinal adenoma, sulindac

Research Institution:

University of Tennessee

Location:

Tennessee

Researcher:

Michael F McEntee

Project Description:

Dr. McEntee used the Min/+ mouse colon tumor model to determine whether resveratrol, an antioxidant from grapes, can cause regression or prevention of the intestinal adenomas in the Min mouse, and whether it acts synergistically with sulindac to eliminate the intestinal tumors.

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