Madhavan Ramados Nirmal

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Oral carcinogenesis, a multistep process with multifaceted etiology, arises due to accumulation of heterogeneous genetic changes in the genes involved in the basic cellular functions including cell division, differentiation, and cell death. These genetic changes in the affected cell progressively increase the cell proliferation, angiogenesis, and inhibition(More)
Carcinogen induced mutation in somatic cells leads to genetic instability, which is considered as an important facet of carcinogenesis. Agents that inhibit DNA adduct formation, stimulate DNA repair mechanisms, and possess antioxidant functions are considered as antigenotoxic agents. Genistein, the major isoflavone of soy products, protects animals against(More)
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