Effects of apple polyphenols on modulation of detocifying enzyme systems as biomarkers of chemoprevention in human colon cells

Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in the developedworld with Western style diets. Flavonoids from fruits and vegetables probably reduce colorectal tumour risks. Apples contain significant amounts of polyphenols that are potentially cancer risk reducing, possibly by acting antioxidative or antiproliferative and by favourably modulating gene expression.


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