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The currently accepted view is that the chemopreventive activity of glucosinolates is exclusively mediated by their degradation products, such as isothiocyanates. In the present study, evidence is(More)
A mechanism of action of chemopreventive glucosinolates/isothiocyanates, established largely in vitro, is to modulate carcinogen-metabolizing enzymes. Extrapolation in vivo involves relating in vitro(More)
It is believed that the chemopreventive activity of cruciferous vegetables in the lung and other tissues is exclusively the result of exposure to degradation products of glucosinolates, such as the(More)
The potential of three isothiocyanates, namely R,S-sulforaphane, erucin and phenethyl isothiocyanate, of two naturally occurring glucosinolates, namely glucoerucin and glucoraphanin, and of the(More)
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