Green tea inhibits uterine contractility in ex vivo (non-pregnant) mice models

@inproceedings{Bafor2018GreenTI,
  title={Green tea inhibits uterine contractility in ex vivo (non-pregnant) mice models},
  author={Enitome Evi Bafor and Chioma S Eze and Osemelomen Omoruyi and Beauty U. Elvis-Offiah and Christina Viegelmann and RuAngelie Edrada-Ebel},
  year={2018}
}
Green tea is obtained from the tea plant Camellia sinensis Var. sinensis of the family Theaceae and is cultivated in several countries around the world. Tea has been reported to contain over 4000 active metabolites and a third of this number are polyphenols. Of the polyphenols, the flavonoid family of compounds constitutes the basic phenolic compounds in green tea which also contribute to the antioxidant activity exhibited by green tea. Green tea has been reported to exhibit cancer prevention… CONTINUE READING
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