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Cancer chemopreventive effects of lactic acid bacteria.

@article{Kim2007CancerCE,
  title={Cancer chemopreventive effects of lactic acid bacteria.},
  author={Jong-Eun Kim and Ji Yeon Kim and Ki Won Lee and Hyong Joo Lee},
  journal={Journal of microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={17 8},
  pages={
          1227-35
        }
}
Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) provide several potential health and nutritional benefits, including improving the nutritional value of food, controlling serum cholesterol levels, and controlling some types of cancer. Numerous in vitro, in vivo, human, and epidemiological studies have provided evidence of the chemopreventive effects of LAB on colon, bladder, liver, breast, and gastric cancers. These effects act via diverse mechanisms, including alteration of the gastrointestinal microflora… 

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