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1 Of the major phenolic acids formed during human microbial fermentation of tea, citrus, and soy flavonoid supplements, only 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetic acid has antiproliferative activity
article 2006    
Author: Gao, K. · Xu, A. · Krul, C.A.M. · Venema, K. · Liu, Y. · Niu, Y. · Lu, J. · Bensoussan, L. · Seeram, N.P. · Heber, D. · Henning, S.M.
Keywords: Health · Biomedical Research · Antiproliferative activity · Colonic fermentation · Flavonoids · Phenolic acids · 3 (4 hydroxy 3 methoxyphenyl)propionic acid · 3 hydroxyphenyl acetic acid · 3,4 dihydroxyphenylacetic acid · 4 hydroxyphenyl acetic acid · dihydro meta coumaric acid · flavonoid · genistein · hippuric acid · homovanillic acid · naringenin · phenol derivative · phloroglucinolcarboxylic acid · rutoside · theaflavin · unclassified drug · antineoplastic activity · bacterial flora · cancer cell · citrus fruit · colon adenocarcinoma · colon flora · comparative study · concentration response · conference paper · controlled study · dialysate · diet supplementation · fermentation · gas chromatography · high performance liquid chromatography · human · human cell · human experiment · in vitro study · intestine cell · mass spectrometry · microbial metabolism · nonhuman · normal human · prostate adenocarcinoma · sample · statistical significance · tea · 3,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic Acid · Adult · Citrus · Colon · Fermentation · Flavonoids · Humans · Phenylacetates · Tea · Bacteria (microorganisms) · Camellia sinensis · Citrus
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