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Estrogen receptor signaling protects against immune suppression by UV radiation exposure
The phytoestrogenic isoflavonoid equol is known to protect against solar-simulated UV radiation-induced inflammation, immunosuppression, and skin carcinogenesis. The mechanism may involve antioxidantExpand
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Isoflavonoid Compounds from Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) Protect from Inflammation and Immune Suppression Induced by UV Radiation¶
Abstract Isoflavones derived from many edible plants have been reported to possess significant antioxidant, estrogenic and tyrosine kinase inhibitory activity. Genistein has been found previously toExpand
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Isoflavonoid photoprotection in mouse and human skin is dependent on metallothionein.
Previous studies report that selected topical isoflavonoids are immunoprotective in both mice and humans, when applied following UV irradiation. Isoflavonoids have documented antioxidant activity,Expand
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Protective effect of the isoflavone equol against DNA damage induced by ultraviolet radiation to hairless mouse skin
  • S. Widyarini
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary science
  • 1 September 2006
Equol, an isoflavonoid metabolite produced from the dietary isoflavone daidzein by the gut microflora in mammals, has been found to protect not only against ultraviolet (UV) radiation-inducedExpand
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Photoimmune protective effect of the phytoestrogenic isoflavonoid equol is partially due to its antioxidant activities.
Topical application of lotions containing the phytoestrogenic isoflavonoid equol have been reported to protect mice against UV radiation-induced inflammation, immune suppression andExpand
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Protection Against Photoaging in the Hairless Mouse by the Isoflavone Equol
Abstract Topical application of the isoflavone equol immediately following solar-simulated UV (SSUV) radiation exposure has previously been demonstrated to have significant photoprotective effects.Expand
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Protective Effect of the Isoflavonoid Equol Against Hairless Mouse Skin Carcinogenesis Induced by UV Radiation Alone or with a Chemical Cocarcinogen¶
Abstract Isoflavones derived from many edible plants, such as genistein from the soybean, have well-documented antioxidant and estrogenic activity but may also be anticarcinogenic. In this study, weExpand
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Protective Effect of the Isoflavonoid Equol Against Hairless Mouse Skin Carcinogenesis Induced by UV Radiation Alone or with a Chemical Cocarcinogen ¶
Isoflavones derived from many edible plants, such as genistein from the soybean, have well‐documented antioxidant and estrogenic activity but may also be anticarcinogenic. In this study, we examinedExpand
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Topical isoflavonoids reduce experimental cutaneous inflammation in mice
The antioxidant and anti‐proliferative biological effects of isoflavonoids are relevant properties to counteract the characteristics of many cutaneous diseases. This study uses ultraviolet (UV)BExpand
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Combinations of herbs and probiotics as an alternative growth promoter: An in vitro study
Background and Aim: Antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) are added to animal feed to stimulate growth and increase livestock productivity. However, the regular use of antibiotics in animal diets has aExpand
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