Molecular effects of isoflavone supplementation : human intervention studies and quantitative models for risk assessment

@inproceedings{Velpen2014MolecularEO,
  title={Molecular effects of isoflavone supplementation : human intervention studies and quantitative models for risk assessment},
  author={Vera van der Velpen},
  year={2014}
}
background: Risk assessment can potentially be improved by closely linked experiments in the disciplines of epidemiology and toxicology. This was explored for isoflavones in a case study. Isoflavones are suggested to have potential beneficial effects, but discussions on their safety are ongoing as well. Aims and methods: Effects of isoflavone supplements on gene expression were studied in white blood cells (PBMCs) and adipose tissue, among postmenopausal women in two human intervention studies… CONTINUE READING

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