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Thermally Abused Frying Oil Potentiates Metastasis to Lung in a Murine Model of Late-Stage Breast Cancer
Bioluminescent and histologic examinations demonstrated that TAFO consumption resulted in a marked increase of metastatic lung tumor formation compared to SBO consumption and a dietary-induced modulation of gene expression in the liver.
Identification of breast cancer associated variants that modulate transcription factor binding
An integrative genomics approach is employed to identify candidate TF binding motifs that confer breast cancer-specific phenotypes identified by GWAS and confirms that the TFs bind with predicted allele-specific preferences using CTCF ChIP-seq data.
In vivo anti-fatigue activity of sufu with fortification of isoflavones
IF sufu could possess high anti-fatigue activity, and a dose-response relationship was observed in both exhaustive swimming and BLA clearance test, with medium dose (1%) fortification of IF revealing the highest activity.
Isoflavones in soy flour diet have different effects on whole-genome expression patterns than purified isoflavone mix in human MCF-7 breast tumors in ovariectomized athymic nude mice.
It is suggested that dietary soy flour affects gene expression differently than purified isoflavones, which may explain why soy foods prevent is oflavones-induced stimulation of MCF-7 tumor growth in athymic nude mice.
Up For A Challenge (U4C): Stimulating innovation in breast cancer genetic epidemiology
Up For A Challenge (U4C): Stimulating innovation in breast cancer genetic epidemiology Leah E. Daily, Solveig K. Sieberts, Christopher I. Moore, Chad L. Myers, Marylyn D. Ritchie, Joellen Schildkraut, Fredrick Schumacher, John S. Witte, Wen Wang, Scott M. Williams.
Food processing modulation on breast cancer