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    1. Hebert, JL; Khugyani, F; Athar, M; Kopelovich, L; Epstein, EH; Aszterbaum, M
      Chemoprevention of basal cell carcinomas in the ptc1(+/-) mouse - Green and black tea

      SKIN PHARMACOLOGY AND APPLIED SKIN PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Gupta, S; Mukhtar, H
      Chemoprevention of skin cancer through natural agents

      SKIN PHARMACOLOGY AND APPLIED SKIN PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Yamanaka, K; Mizoi, M; Kato, K; Hasegawa, A; Nakano, M; Okada, S
      Oral administration of dimethylarsinic acid, a main metabolite of inorganic arsenic, in mice promotes skin tumorigenesis initiated by dimethylbenz(a)anthracene with or without ultraviolet B as a promoter

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    4. Pisters, KMW; Newman, RA; Coldman, B; Shin, DM; Khuri, FR; Hong, WK; Glisson, BS; Lee, JS
      Phase I trial of oral green tea extract in adult patients with solid tumors

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
    5. Hosaka, S; Kawa, S; Aoki, Y; Tanaka, E; Yoshizawa, K; Karasawa, Y; Hosaka, N
      Hepatocarcinogenesis inhibition by caffeine in ACI rats treated with 2-acetylaminofluorene

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    6. Sams, RL; Couch, LH; Miller, BJ; Okerberg, CV; Warbritton, A; Wamer, WG; Beer, JZ; Howard, PC
      Basal cell proliferation in female SKH-1 mice treated with alpha- and beta-hydroxy acids

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Lu, YP; Lou, YR; Lin, Y; Shih, WCJ; Huang, MT; Yang, CS; Conney, AH
      Inhibitory effects of orally administered green tea, black tea, and caffeine on skin carcinogenesis in mice previously treated with ultraviolet B light (high-risk mice): Relationship to decreased tissue fat

      CANCER RESEARCH
    8. Katiyar, SK; Perez, A; Mukhtar, H
      Green tea polyphenol treatment to human skin prevents formation of ultraviolet light B-induced pyrimidine dimers in DNA

      CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    9. Yamanaka, K; Katsumata, K; Ikuma, K; Hasegawa, A; Nakano, M; Okada, S
      The role of orally administered dimethylarsinic acid, a main metabolite ofinorganic arsenics, in the promotion and progression of UVB-induced skin tumorigenesis in hairless mice

      CANCER LETTERS
    10. Lodovici, M; Casalini, C; De Filippo, C; Copeland, E; Xu, X; Clifford, M; Dolara, P
      Inhibition of 1,2-dimethylhydrazine-induced oxidative DNA damage in rat colon mucosa by black tea complex polyphenols

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    11. Caderni, G; De Filippo, C; Luceri, C; Salvadori, M; Giannini, A; Biggeri, A; Remy, S; Cheynier, V; Dolara, P
      Effects of black tea, green tea and wine extracts on intestinal carcinogenesis induced by azoxymethane in F344 rats

      CARCINOGENESIS
    12. Budiyanto, A; Ahmed, NU; Wu, A; Bito, T; Nikaido, O; Osawa, T; Ueda, M; Ichihashi, M
      Protective effect of topically applied olive oil against photocarcinogenesis following UVB exposure of mice

      CARCINOGENESIS
    13. Yang, CS; Chung, JY; Yang, GY; Chhabra, SK; Lee, MJ
      Tea and tea polyphenols in cancer prevention

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    14. Katiyar, SK; Ahmad, N; Mukhtar, H
      Green tea and skin

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY
    15. Barroso, MB; van de Werken, G
      Determination of green and black tea composition by capillary electrophoresis

      HRC-JOURNAL OF HIGH RESOLUTION CHROMATOGRAPHY
    16. Wei, HC; Zhang, XS; Zhao, JF; Wang, ZY; Bickers, D; Lebwohl, M
      Scavenging of hydrogen peroxide and inhibition of ultraviolet light-induced oxidative DNA damage by aqueous extracts from green and black teas

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    17. Dvorakova, K; Dorr, RT; Valcic, S; Timmermann, B; Alberts, DS
      Pharmacokinetics of the green tea derivative, EGCG, by the topical route of administration in mouse and human skin

      CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Conney, AH; Lu, YP; Lou, YR; Xie, JG; Huang, MT
      Inhibitory effect of green and black tea on tumor growth

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY FOR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    19. Zhao, JF; Zhang, YJ; Jin, XH; Athar, M; Santella, RM; Bickers, DR; Wang, ZY
      Green tea protects against psoralen plus ultraviolet A-induced photochemical damage to skin

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    20. HERNAEZ JF; XU MR; DASHWOOD RH
      ANTIMUTAGENIC ACTIVITY OF TEA TOWARDS 2-HYDROXYAMINO-3-METHYLIMIDAZO[4,5-F]QUINOLINE - EFFECT OF TEA CONCENTRATION AND BREW TIME ON ELECTROPHILE SCAVENGING

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    21. YANG GY; LIAO J; KIM K; YURKOW EJ; YANG CS
      INHIBITION OF GROWTH AND INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN CANCER CELL-LINES BY TEA POLYPHENOLS

      Carcinogenesis
    22. LANDAU JM; WANG ZY; YANG GY; DING W; YANG CS
      INHIBITION OF SPONTANEOUS FORMATION OF LUNG-TUMORS AND RHABDOMYOSARCOMAS IN A J MICE BY BLACK AND GREEN TEA/

      Carcinogenesis
    23. SORIANI M; RICEEVANS C; TYRRELL RM
      MODULATION OF THE UVA ACTIVATION OF HEME OXYGENASE, COLLAGENASE AND CYCLOOXYGENASE GENE-EXPRESSION BY EPIGALLOCATECHIN IN HUMAN SKIN CELLS

      FEBS letters
    24. CHUNG FL; WANG MY; RIVENSON A; IATROPOULOS MJ; REINHARDT JC; PITTMAN B; HO CT; AMIN SG
      INHIBITION OF LUNG CARCINOGENESIS BY BLACK TEA IN FISCHER RATS TREATED WITH A TOBACCO-SPECIFIC CARCINOGEN - CAFFEINE AS AN IMPORTANT CONSTITUENT

      Cancer research
    25. DREOSTI IE; WARGOVICH MJ; YANG CS
      INHIBITION OF CARCINOGENESIS BY TEA - THE EVIDENCE FROM EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES

      Critical reviews in food science and nutrition
    26. SAZUKA M; IMAZAWA H; SHOJI Y; MITA T; HARA Y; ISEMURA M
      INHIBITION OF COLLAGENASES FROM MOUSE LUNG-CARCINOMA CELLS BY GREEN TEA CATECHINS AND BLACK TEA THEAFLAVINS

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    27. HASANIYA N; YOUN K; XU MR; HERNAEZ J; DASHWOOD R
      INHIBITORY ACTIVITY OF GREEN AND BLACK TEA IN A FREE RADICAL-GENERATING SYSTEM USING 2-AMINO-3-METHYLIMIDAZO[4,5-F]QUINOLINE AS SUBSTRATE

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    28. HERNAEZ J; XU MR; DASHWOOD R
      EFFECTS OF TEA AND CHLOROPHYLLIN ON THE MUTAGENICITY OF N-HYDROXY-IQ - STUDIES OF ENZYME-INHIBITION, MOLECULAR-COMPLEX FORMATION, AND DEGRADATION SCAVENGING OF THE ACTIVE METABOLITES/

      Environmental and molecular mutagenesis
    29. MITSCHER LA; JUNG M; SHANKEL D; DOU JH; STEELE L; PILLAI SP
      CHEMOPROTECTION - A REVIEW OF THE POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF GREEN TEA (CAMELLIA-SINENSIS) AND CERTAIN OF ITS CONSTITUENTS

      Medicinal research reviews
    30. LU YP; LOU YR; XIE JG; YEN P; HUANG MT; CONNEY AH
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF BLACK TEA ON THE GROWTH OF ESTABLISHED SKIN TUMORS IN MICE - EFFECTS ON TUMOR SIZE, APOPTOSIS, MITOSIS AND BROMODEOXYURIDINE INCORPORATION INTO DNA

      Carcinogenesis
    31. DONG ZG; MA WY; HUANG CS; YANG CS
      INHIBITION OF TUMOR PROMOTER-INDUCED ACTIVATOR PROTEIN-1 ACTIVATION AND CELL-TRANSFORMATION BY TEA POLYPHENOLS, (-)-EPIGALLOCATECHIN GALLATE, AND THEAFLAVINS

      Cancer research
    32. KATIYAR SK; MUKHTAR H
      TEA IN CHEMOPREVENTION OF CANCER - EPIDEMIOLOGIC AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES (REVIEW)

      International journal of oncology
    33. XU M; BAILEY AC; HERNAEZ JF; TAOKA CR; SCHUT HAJ; DASHWOOD RH
      PROTECTION BY GREEN TEA, BLACK TEA, AND INDOLE-3-CARBINOL AGAINST 2-AMINO-3-METHYLIMIDAZO[4,5-F]QUINOLINE-INDUCED DNA-ADDUCTS AND COLONIC ABERRANT CRYPTS IN THE F344 RAT

      Carcinogenesis


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