- Bioactive Compounds and Cancer[electronic resource] / edited by John A. Milner, Donato F. Romagnolo.
- Milner, John A., editor., Romagnolo, Donato F., editor.
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- XIV, 882 p. : online resource.
- Nutrition and Health
- Understanding the Role of Nutrition in Health -- Monitoring the Burden of Cancer in the United States -- Cancer Biology and Nutrigenomics -- Cellular Cancer Processes and Their Molecular Targets for Nutritional Preemption of Cancer -- Nutrigenetics: The Relevance of Polymorphisms -- Diet and Epigenetics -- Nutrient Signaling ??Protein Kinase to Transcriptional Activation -- Role of Dietary Bioactive Components in Cancer Prevention and/or Treatment: Macroconstituents -- Dietary Energy Balance, Calorie Restriction, and Cancer Prevention -- Fiber and Microbially Generated Active Components -- Gut Microbiota, Probiotics, Prebiotics and Colorectal Cancer -- Meats, Protein and Cancer -- Saturated Fatty Acids and Cancer -- Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Cancer -- Cancer and n??PUFAs: The Translation Initiation Connection -- n-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Cancer -- Role of Dietary Bioactive Components in Cancer Prevention and/or Treatment: Carotenoids, Vitamins and Minerals -- Carotenoids -- Vitamin A -- Vitamin D and Cancer Chemoprevention -- Folate -- Selenium -- Calcium and Cancer -- Iron and Cancer -- Zinc in Cancer Development and Prevention -- Role of Dietary Bioactive Components in Cancer Prevention and/or Treatment: Other Bioactive Food Components -- Cruciferous Vegetables, Isothiocyanates, Indoles, and Cancer Prevention -- Garlic and Cancer Prevention -- Mammary and Prostate Cancer Chemoprevention and Mechanisms of Action of Resveratrol and Genistein in Rodent Models -- Cancer Prevention by Catechins, Flavonols, and Procyanidins -- Mechanisms of Action of Isoflavones in Cancer Prevention -- The Anticarcinogenic Properties of Culinary Herbs and Spices -- Cancer Prevention with Berries: Role of Anthocyanins -- Pomegranate -- Alcohol and Cancer: Biological Basis -- Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor-Mediated Carcinogenesis and Modulation by Dietary Xenobiotic and Natural Ligands -- Opportunities and Challenges for Communicating Food and Health Relationships to American Consumers.
Primary care (Medicine).
Medicine & Public Health.
Primary Care Medicine.
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