A Comparative Study on Propolis and Pollen Extracts: Chemical Profile Analysis, Antioxidant and Anticancer Activity

@inproceedings{Shady2016ACS,
  title={A Comparative Study on Propolis and Pollen Extracts: Chemical Profile Analysis, Antioxidant and Anticancer Activity},
  author={Hala Mohamed Abu Shady and Wafaa F. Mohamed and E l-Sayed F. Sayed-Ahmed and Sara A. Amer},
  year={2016}
}
Antioxidant research has become a major scientific pursuit because of the evidence linking oxidative stress with many chronic diseases such as: the aging process, heart disease and cancer Gulcin et al. (2006). On the other hand, oxidation processes caused by reactive oxygen species are a major cause of deterioration of various food products, leading to significant undesirable changes in flavour, colour and texture and finally loss of nutritive value or complete spoilage Jaitak et al. (2010). 

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