Effects of tea polyphenols and flavonoids on liver microsomal glucuronidation of estradiol and estrone.

@article{Zhu1998EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of tea polyphenols and flavonoids on liver microsomal glucuronidation of estradiol and estrone.},
  author={Bao Ting Zhu and Navin Taneja and D P Loder and Douglas A. Balentine and Allan H. Conney},
  journal={The Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={64 3-4},
  pages={207-15}
}
Administration of 0.5 or 1% lyophilized green tea (5 or 10 mg tea solids per ml, respectively) as the sole source of drinking fluid to female Long-Evans rats for 18 days stimulated liver microsomal glucuronidation of estrone, estradiol and 4-nitrophenol by 30-37%, 15-27% and 26-60%, respectively. Oral administration of 0.5% lyophilized green tea to female CD-1 mice for 18 days stimulated liver microsomal glucuronidation of estrone, estradiol and 4-nitrophenol by 33-37%, 12-22% and 172-191… CONTINUE READING
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