• Corpus ID: 12489801

Soybean isoflavones inhibit estrogen-stimulated gene expression in mouse uteri.

@article{Lian2004SoybeanII,
  title={Soybean isoflavones inhibit estrogen-stimulated gene expression in mouse uteri.},
  author={Zenglin Lian and Kenji Niwa and J Gao and Keiko Tagami and K Onczi and Hideki Mori and Teruhiko Tamaya},
  journal={European journal of gynaecological oncology},
  year={2004},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          311-4
        }
}
This study was performed to examine the inhibitory effects of soybean isoflavones on estrogen-stimulated gene expression of the uteri in ovarectomized mice. Especially when compared with the inhibitory effect of genistein and daidzein as aglycosides described in our previous report, subcutaneous administration of the glycoside genistin significantly decreased the levels of estradiol-17beta (E2)-induced expressions of c-jun, interleukin (IL)-1alpha and tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha mRNAs (p… 

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