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  • Cholesterol Lowering and Antioxidative Effect of Pregerminated Brown Rice in Hypercholesterolemic Rats. [Journal Article]
    J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo) 2019; 65(Supplement):S93-S99Sarkar M, Hossain S, … Hashimoto M
  • Pregerminated brown rice (GBR) is assumed to be more beneficial than polished white rice (WR), with regard to nutrition and cardiovascular health. To support this with scientific evidence, cholesterol-lowering and antioxidative effects of GBR were studied in the present investigation. The most popular rice variety in Bangladesh BIRI-29 was used to prepare GBR and WR. Initially, we analyzed the pr…
  • Salinity in Autumn-Winter Season and Fruit Quality of Tomato Landraces. [Journal Article]
    Front Plant Sci 2019; 10:1078Moles TM, de Brito Francisco R, … Santelia D
  • Tomato landraces, originated by adaptive responses to local habitats, are considered a valuable resource for many traits of agronomic interest, including fruit nutritional quality. Primary and secondary metabolites are essential determinants of fruit organoleptic quality, and some of them, such as carotenoids and phenolics, have been associated with beneficial proprieties for human health. Landra…
  • Z-Isomers of lycopene exhibit greater liver accumulation than the all-E-isomer in mice. [Journal Article]
    Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 2019; :1-4Honda M, Nakayama Y, … Tsuda T
  • The effect of oral administration of all-E-isomer-rich and Z-isomer-rich lycopene on liver accumulation in mice was investigated. When a diet rich in the Z-isomers was administered for 4 weeks, the total lycopene concentration in the liver was more than 3 times higher than that of all-E-isomer administration. This result clearly indicates that lycopene Z-isomers show greater bioavailability and/o…
  • Role of Phytochemicals in Cancer Prevention. [Review]
    Int J Mol Sci 2019; 20(20)Ranjan A, Ramachandran S, … Srivastava SK
  • The use of synthetic, natural, or biological agents to minimize the occurrence of cancer in healthy individuals is defined as cancer chemoprevention. Chemopreventive agents inhibit the development of cancer either by impeding DNA damage, which leads to malignancy or by reversing or blocking the division of premalignant cells with DNA damage. The benefit of this approach has been demonstrated in c…
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