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- Parnaud, G.; Pignatelli, B.; Peiffer, G.; Tache, S.; Corpet, D.E.
- Nutrition and cancer 2000 v.38 no.1 pp. 74-80
- rats, etc ; bacon; nitroso compounds; colon; intestinal mucosa; diet; experimental diets; pork; chicken meat; beef; feces; azoxymethane; carcinogenesis; dietary fat; nutrient intake; lard; olive oil; casein; animal models; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Processed meat intake is associated with increased risk of colorectal cancer. This association may be explained by the endogenous formation of N-nitroso compounds (NOC). The hypothesis that meat intake can increase fecal NOC levels and colon carcinogenesis was tested in 175 Fischer 344 rats. Initiation was assessed by the number of aberrant crypt foci (ACF) in the colon of rats 45 days after the s ...
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