The chemopreventive activity of apple against carcinogenesis: antioxidant activity and cell cycle control

@article{Ribeiro2014TheCA,
  title={The chemopreventive activity of apple against carcinogenesis: antioxidant activity and cell cycle control},
  author={F. A. Ribeiro and C. F. Gomes de Moura and O. Aguiar and Fl{\'a}via de Oliveira and R. C. Spadari and N. Oliveira and Celina T F Oshima and D. Ribeiro},
  journal={European Journal of Cancer Prevention},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={477–480}
}
  • F. A. Ribeiro, C. F. Gomes de Moura, +5 authors D. Ribeiro
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Cancer Prevention
  • Apples and their derivatives are rich in phytochemicals, including flavonoids (catechins, flavonols, quercetin) and phenolic acids (quercetin glycosides, catechin, epicatechin, procyanidins), vitamins, and fibers, that confer an important antioxidant property. Chemoprevention is defined by the use of natural or synthetic agents to interfere with the progression, reverse, or inhibit carcinogenesis, thereby reducing the risk of developing clinically invasive disease. The aim of this article is to… CONTINUE READING
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