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Further evidence for chemopreventive potential of beta-carotene against experimental carcinogenesis: diethylnitrosamine-initiated and phenobarbital-promoted hepatocarcinogenesis is prevented more effectively by beta-carotene than by retinoic acid
- Bishayee, A., Sarkar, A., Chatterjee, M.
- Nutrition and cancer 2000 v.37 no.1 pp. 89-98
- beta-carotene, retinoic acid, liver neoplasms, disease prevention, carcinogenesis, nitrosamines, phenobarbital, vitamin supplements, incidence, hepatocytes, microsomes, long term experiments, vitamin A, liver, vitamin content, weight, glutathione, enzyme activity, body weight, neoplasms, rats, animal models