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Dietary Isothiocyanates, Glutathione S-transferases, and Colorectal Neoplasia (1999)

Title:

Dietary Isothiocyanates, Glutathione S-transferases, and Colorectal Neoplasia

Key words:

cruciferous vegetables, isothiocyanates, colorectal adenoma

Research Institution:

University of Arizona

Location:

Arizona

Researcher:

Maria E Martinez

Project Description:

Dr. Martinez investigated whether eating cruciferous vegetables, which naturally contain isothiocyanates, will decrease the risk from recurrence of new adenomas in patients who recently had colonic adenomas removed.

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