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Cruciferous vegetables and their isothiocyanates are promising foods and agents for cancer prevention. We focus here on the effects of mustard oil (SMO) in a variety of the Japanese radish, Shibori Daikon (Raphanus sativus), on the proliferation of 3Y1 rat fibroblasts and the H-ras-transformed derivative, HR-3Y1-2. SMO (1.6 microg/ml) inhibited the(More)
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