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- Athirai, Thavadurainathan, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Nutrition and cancer 2014 v.66 no.1 pp. 38-46
- antioxidants; body weight; carcinogenesis; carcinogens; chemoprevention; diet; histology; hyperplasia; lipid peroxidation; natural history; oxidative stress; prostatic neoplasms; quercetin; rats; risk reduction; testosterone
- ... Prostate cancer becomes an ideal target for chemoprevention because of its high incidence and extended natural history. The consumption of quercetin (plant flavonoid) in diet is associated with decreased risk of disease and many cancers but then this was not elucidated in prostate malignancy. Hence, a study in which the male Sprague-Dawley rats were induced prostate cancer by hormone (testosterone ...