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Research Projects > 1995 Grantees

Mechanism of Dietary Indoles in Prevention of Papillomavirus Induced Cancers

Project Description

Dr. Auborn investigated the role of indole-3-carbinol present in cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussel sprouts) in preventing human papillomavirus tumors (HPV) and their progression. It was hypothesized that indoles, modulators of estrogen metabolism, will prevent growth of HPV-induced tumors and prevent their malignant

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