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- Doerge, D.R., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2005 v.53 no.22 pp. 8542-8550
- intestinal microorganisms; bioavailability; soybeans; ovariectomy; food processing; mice; genistein; pharmacokinetics; metabolites
- ... Soy foods and nutritional supplements are widely consumed for potential health benefits. It was previously shown that isoflavone-supplemented diets, which contained equal genistein equivalents, differentially stimulated mammary tumor growth in athymic mice based on the degree of processing. This paper reports plasma pharmacokinetic analysis and metabolite identification using the parental mouse st ...