Modulation of ceramide-induced NF-kappaB binding activity and apoptotic response by caffeic acid in U937 cells: comparison with other antioxidants.

Abstract

Ceramide acts as second messenger in the signal transduction triggered by a variety of stress stimuli and extracellular agents. Stress response through ceramide is involved in the development of many human diseases, such as atherosclerosis, inflammation, neurodegenerative disorders, and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Dietary polyphenols have been… (More)

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