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Mammalian herbivores routinely consume diets laden with often-toxic xenobiotics, yet the manner in which mammalian herbivores detoxify these plant secondary compounds (PSC) is largely unknown. Theory(More)
Prodrugs of L-selenocysteine have potential utility in cancer chemoprevention. This study reports the efficacy of three selenazolidine-4(R)-carboxylic acids, (2-unsubstituted, 2-oxo, and 2-methyl(More)
Diet switching in mammalian herbivores may necessitate a change in the biotransformation enzymes used to process plant secondary compounds (PSCs). We investigated differences in the biotransformation(More)