Cancer Fighters Have New Weapon: Black Raspberries


The article reports on a study on the potential of black raspberries as a treatment for colon and esophageal cancers by Gary Stoner, professor of internal medicine at Ohio State University (OSU) ...

Molecular Mechanisms Involved in Chemoprevention of Black Raspberry Extracts


Molecular Mechanisms Involved in Chemoprevention of Black Raspberry Extracts: From Transcription Factors to Their Target Genes

Abstract: Berries have attracted attention for their chemopreventive activities in last a few years. Dietary freeze-dried blackberries have been shown to reduce esophagus and colon cancer develop...

Differential Inhibition of UV-Induced Activation of NF? B and AP-1 by Extracts From Black Raspberries


Recent studies from our laboratory have shown that the transactivation of nuclear factor ? B (NF? B) and activator protein-1 (AP-1) plays an important mechanistic role in ultraviolet (UV)-induced...

Effects of a Black Raspberry Diet on Gene Expression in the Rat Esophagus


A diet containing 5% freeze-dried black raspberries (BRB) markedly inhibits esophageal cancer in rats treated with the carcinogen, N-Nitrosomethylbenzylamine (NMBA). We previously identified esop...

Inhibition of the Growth of Premalignant and Malignant Human Oral Cell Lines by Extracts and Components of Black Raspberries


Abstract: Black raspberries are a rich natural source of chemopreventive phytochemicals. Recent studies have shown that freeze-dried black raspberries inhibit the development of oral, esophageal,...

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