Lianne Appelt

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Isoflavones in soy may play a role in the prevention of cancer through their capacity to affect antioxidant or protective phase II enzyme activities. This study evaluated the effects of dietary isoflavone levels on the induction of antioxidant and phase II enzyme activities and inhibition of breast carcinogenesis. Female Sprague-Dawley rats (36 d) were fed(More)
The ability of soy to induce phase II detoxification enzymes was evaluated in male Sprague-Dawley rats. Soybeans contain biologically active compounds that are known inducers of phase II enzyme activity. Rats were fed soy flour (SF) or soy protein isolate (SPI) to provide 75% of total protein as soy. Rats were given free access to food for one- and two-week(More)
This research addresses a significant gap in our understanding of low literate behavior in online search. We explore how both lowand high-literate online consumers make decisions at the point of purchase in an online shopping task. We measured percentage fixation duration of AOIs during decision-making on four search engine results page (SERP) tasks.(More)
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