Effects of zearalenone and alpha-Zearalenol in comparison with Raloxifene on T47D cells.

Abstract

Zearalenone (Zen) is a mycotoxin with estrogenic effect which contaminates cereals. In cell culture, Zen and its metabolite, alpha-Zearalenol (alpha-Zel), stimulate breast cancer cells growth. Today hormone-dependent cancers are important because of high incidence and death rate. Previous studies showed that Zen and alpha-Zel have an effect on hormone… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15376510802455347

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@article{Khosrokhavar2009EffectsOZ, title={Effects of zearalenone and alpha-Zearalenol in comparison with Raloxifene on T47D cells.}, author={Roya Khosrokhavar and Nahid Rahimifard and Shahram Shoeibi and Morteza Pirali Hamedani and Mir-jamal Hosseini}, journal={Toxicology mechanisms and methods}, year={2009}, volume={19 3}, pages={246-50} }