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    1. Chakravarti, D; Mailander, PC; Li, KM; Higginbotham, S; Zhang, HL; Gross, ML; Meza, JL; Cavalieri, EL; Rogan, EG
      Evidence that a burst of DNA depurination in SENCAR mouse skin induces error-prone repair and forms mutations in the H-ras gene

      ONCOGENE
    2. Malkin, D; Chilton-MacNeill, S; Meister, LA; Sexsmith, E; Diller, L; Garcea, RL
      Tissue-specific expression of SV40 in tumors associated with the Li-Fraumeni syndrome

      ONCOGENE
    3. Steinberg, P; Zschaler, I; Thom, E; Kuna, M; Wust, G; Schafer-Schwebel, A; Weisse, G; Kramer, PJ; Weie, G
      The polycyclic musk 7-acetyl-1,1,3,4,4,6-hexamethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphthaline lacks liver tumor initiating and promoting activity in rats exposedto human-relevant doses

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    4. Akkineni, LK; Zeisig, M; Baranczewski, P; Ekstrom, LG; Moller, L
      Formation of DNA adducts from oil-derived products analyzed by P-32-HPLC

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    5. Cutter, H; Wu, LY; Kim, C; Morre, DJ; Morre, DM
      Is the cancer protective effect correlated with growth inhibitions by green tea (-)-epigallocatechin gallate mediated through an antioxidant mechanism?

      CANCER LETTERS
    6. Bockhorn, M; Frilling, A; Kalinin, V; Schroder, S; Broelsch, CE
      Absence of H- and K-ras oncogene mutations in sporadic medullary thyroid carcinoma

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    7. Elattar, TMA; Virji, AS
      The inhibitory effect of curcumin, genistein, quercetin and cisplatin on the growth of oral cancer cells in vitro

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    8. Kim, SB; Lee, MJ; Hong, JI; Li, C; Smith, TJ; Yang, GY; Seril, DN; Yang, CS
      Plasma and tissue levels of tea catechins in rats and mice during chronic consumption of green tea polyphenols

      NUTRITION AND CANCER-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    9. Steele, VE; Kelloff, GJ; Balentine, D; Boone, CW; Mehta, R; Bagheri, D; Sigman, CC; Zhu, SY; Sharma, S
      Comparative chemopreventive mechanisms of green tea, black tea and selected polyphenol extracts measured by in vitro bioassays

      CARCINOGENESIS
    10. Garner, CE; Burka, LT; Etheridge, AE; Matthews, HB
      Catechol metabolites of polychlorinated biphenyls inhibit the catechol-O-methyltransferase-mediated metabolism of catechol estrogens

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Garner, CE; Matthews, HB; Burka, LT
      Phenolphthalein metabolite inhibits catechol-O-methyltransferase-mediated metabolism of catechol estrogens: A possible mechanism for carcinogenicity

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Katiyar, SK; Ahmad, N; Mukhtar, H
      Green tea and skin

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY
    13. August, DA; Landau, J; Caputo, D; Hong, JG; Lee, MJ; Yang, CS
      Ingestion of green tea rapidly decreases prostaglandin E-2 levels in rectal mucosa in humans

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    14. 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
    15. 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
    16. Williams, GM; Iatropoulos, MJ; Jeffrey, AM; Luo, FQ; Wang, CX; Pittman, B
      Diethylnitrosamine exposure-responses for DNA ethylation, hepatocellular proliferation, and initiation of carcinogenesis in rat liver display non-linearities and thresholds

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    17. Luch, A; Friesel, H; Seidel, A; Platt, KL
      Tumor-initiating activity of the (+)-(S,S)- and (-)-(R,R)-enantiomers of trans-11,12-dihydroxy-11,12-dihydrodibenzo[a,l]pyrene in mouse skin

      CANCER LETTERS
    18. Alexis, AF; Jones, VA; Stiller, MJ
      Potential therapeutic applications of tea in dermatology

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    19. WILLIAMS GM; IATROPOULOS MJ; WANG CX; JEFFREY AM; THOMPSON S; PITTMAN B; PALASCH M; GEBHARDT R
      NONLINEARITIES IN 2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE EXPOSURE RESPONSES FOR GENOTOXIC AND EPIGENETIC EFFECTS LEADING TO INITIATION OF CARCINOGENESIS IN RAT-LIVER

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    20. NELSON BC; THOMAS JB; WISE SA; DALLUGE JJ
      THE SEPARATION OF GREEN TEA CATECHINS BY MICELLAR ELECTROKINETIC CHROMATOGRAPHY

      The Journal of microcolumn separations
    21. Ohlsson, B; Borg, K; Rehfeld, JF; Ihse, I; Axelson, J
      The effect of intermittent injections of CCK-8S and the CCK-A receptor antagonist devazepide on cell proliferation in exocrine rat pancreas

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PANCREATOLOGY
    22. UPHAM BL; WEIS LM; TROSKO JE
      MODULATED GAP JUNCTIONAL INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION AS A BIOMARKER OF PAH EPIGENETIC TOXICITY - STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIP

      Environmental health perspectives
    23. HENNINGS H; LOWRY DT; YUSPA SH; MOCK B; POTTER M
      NEW STRAINS OF INBRED SENCAR MICE WITH INCREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INDUCTION OF PAPILLOMAS AND SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS IN SKIN

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    24. LEANDERSON P; FARESJO AO; TAGESSON C
      GREEN TEA POLYPHENOLS INHIBIT OXIDANT-INDUCED DNA STRAND BREAKAGE IN CULTURED LUNG-CELLS

      Free radical biology & medicine
    25. LIN JK; CHEN YC; HUANG YT; LINSHIAU SY
      SUPPRESSION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C AND NUCLEAR ONCOGENE EXPRESSION AS POSSIBLE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION BY APIGENIN AND CURCUMIN

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    26. OKAI Y; HIGASHIOKAI K
      POTENT SUPPRESSIVE ACTIVITY OF NONPOLYPHENOLIC FRACTION OF GREEN TEA (CAMELLIA-SINENSIS) AGAINST GENOTOXIN-INDUCED UMU-C GENE-EXPRESSION INSALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM (TA-1535 PSK-1002), TUMOR PROMOTOR-DEPENDENT ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE INDUCTION OF BALB C 3T3 FIBROBLAST CELLS, AND CHEMICALLY-INDUCED MOUSE SKIN TUMORIGENESIS/

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    27. BAERDUBOWSKA W; GNOJKOWSKI J; FENRYCH W
      EFFECT OF TANNIC-ACID ON BENZO[A]PYRENE-DNA ADDUCT FORMATION IN MOUSEEPIDERMIS - COMPARISON WITH SYNTHETIC GALLIC ACID-ESTERS

      Nutrition and cancer
    28. ILYAS M; TOMLINSON IPM
      THE INTERACTIONS OF APC, E-CADHERIN AND BETA-CATENIN IN TUMOR-DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESSION

      Journal of pathology
    29. JIANG H; YAMAMOTO S; OZAWA S; SHIMADA M; YAMAZOE Y; KATO R
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF TMK688 ON SKIN TUMOR INITIATION CAUSED BY 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ[A]ANTHRACENE IN RELATION TO INHIBITION OF ARYL-HYDROCARBONHYDROXYLASE-ACTIVITY AND CYP1A1 MESSENGER-RNA INDUCTION

      Pharmacology
    30. LEE MJ; WANG ZY; LI H; CHEN LS; SUN Y; GOBBO S; BALENTINE DA; YANG CS
      ANALYSIS OF PLASMA AND URINARY TEA POLYPHENOLS IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention
    31. STONER GD; MUKHTAR H
      POLYPHENOLS AS CANCER CHEMOPREVENTIVE AGENTS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    32. OSAKA M; MATSUO S; KOH T; LIANG P; KINOSHITA H; MAEDA S; SUGIYAMA T
      N-RAS MUTATION IN 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ[A]ANTHRACENE (DMBA)-INDUCED ERYTHROLEUKEMIA IN LONG-EVANS RATS

      Cancer letters
    33. ARIMA T; TADA S; MAKITA Y; KURONO M; UMEDA M
      EFFECT OF CLOSTRIDIUM-PERFRINGENS DERIVED WOUND-HEALING SUBSTANCE AS COMPARED WITH EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR ON THE GROWTH AND MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF BALB 3T3 A31-1-1 CELLS/

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
    34. HIROSE M; HASEGAWA R; KIMURA J; AKAGI K; YOSHIDA Y; TANAKA H; MIKI T; SATOH T; WAKABAYASHI K; ITO N; SHIRAI T
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF 1-O-HEXYL-2,3,5-TRIMETHYLHYDROQUINONE (HTHQ), GREEN TEA CATECHINS AND OTHER ANTIOXIDANTS ON 2-AMINO-6-METHYLDIPYRIDO[1,2-ALPHA 3',2'-D]IMIDAZOLE (GLU-P-1)-INDUCED RAT HEPATOCARCINOGENESISAND DOSE-DEPENDENT INHIBITION BY HTHQ OF LESION INDUCTION BY GLU-P-1 OR 2-AMINO-3,8-DIMETHYLIMIDAZO[4,5-F]QUINOXALINE (MEIQX)/

      Carcinogenesis
    35. DECKER EA
      THE ROLE OF PHENOLICS, CONJUGATED LINOLEIC-ACID, CARNOSINE, AND PYRROLOQUINOLINE QUINONE AS NONESSENTIAL DIETARY ANTIOXIDANTS

      Nutrition reviews
    36. VONMUHLENDAHL KE; OTTO M
      CARCINOGENESIS - ENVIRONMENT AND GENETICS

      Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde
    37. MORRIS RJ; POTTEN CS
      SLOWLY CYCLING (LABEL-RETAINING) EPIDERMAL-CELLS BEHAVE LIKE CLONOGENIC STEM-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Cell proliferation
    38. MUKHTAR H; KATIYAR SK; AGARWAL R
      GREEN TEA AND SKIN - ANTICARCINOGENIC EFFECTS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    39. WANG ZY; HUANG MT; LOU YR; XIE JG; REUHL KR; NEWMARK HL; HO CT; YANG CS; CONNEY AH
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF BLACK TEA, GREEN TEA, DECAFFEINATED BLACK TEA, AND DECAFFEINATED GREEN TEA ON ULTRAVIOLET-B LIGHT-INDUCED SKIN CARCINOGENESIS IN 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ[A]ANTHRACENE-INITIATED SKH-1 MICE

      Cancer research
    40. NARISAWA T; FUKAURA Y
      A VERY-LOW DOSE OF GREEN TEA POLYPHENOLS IN DRINKING-WATER PREVENTS N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA-INDUCED COLON CARCINOGENESIS IN F344 RATS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    41. NESNOW S; GOLD A; SANGAIAH R; SLAGA TJ
      MOUSE SKIN TUMOR-INITIATING ACTIVITY OF BENZ[J]ACEANTHRYLENE IN SENCAR MICE

      Cancer letters
    42. KATIYAR SK; AGARWAL R; MUKHTAR H
      PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF GREEN TEA POLYPHENOLS ADMINISTERED BY ORAL INTUBATION AGAINST CHEMICAL CARCINOGEN-INDUCED FORESTOMACH AND PULMONARY NEOPLASIA IN A J MICE/

      Cancer letters
    43. LAVOIE EJ; HE ZM; MEEGALLA RL; WEYAND EH
      EXCEPTIONAL TUMOR-INITIATING ACTIVITY OF 4-FLUOROBENZO[J]-FLUORANTHENE ON MOUSE SKIN - COMPARISON WITH BENZO[J]-FLUORANTHENE, 10-FLUORO-BENZO[J]FLUORANTHENE, BENZO[A]PYRENE, DIBENZO[A,L]PYRENE AND 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ[A]ANTHRACENE

      Cancer letters
    44. SULLIVAN N; GATEHOUSE D; TWEATS D
      MUTATION, CANCER AND TRANSGENIC MODELS - RELEVANCE TO THE TOXICOLOGY INDUSTRY

      Mutagenesis
    45. LAVOIE EJ; CAI ZW; MEEGALLA RL; WEYAND EH
      EVALUATION OF THE TUMOR-INITIATING ACTIVITY OF 4-, 5-, 6-, AND 7-FLUOROBENZO[B]FLUORANTHENE IN MOUSE SKIN

      Chemico-biological interactions
    46. KATIYAR SK; AGARWAL R; MUKHTAR H
      PROTECTION AGAINST MALIGNANT CONVERSION OF CHEMICALLY-INDUCED BENIGN SKIN PAPILLOMAS TO SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS IN SENCAR MICE BY A POLYPHENOLIC FRACTION ISOLATED FROM GREEN TEA

      Cancer research
    47. FREEDMAN LS; MIDTHUNE DN; BROWN CC; STEELE V; KELLOFF GJ
      STATISTICAL-ANALYSIS OF ANIMAL CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION EXPERIMENTS

      Biometrics


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