Carcinogenesis

Index Medicus: Carcinogenesis # of Articles: 13

Articles

Breast cancer, heterocyclic aromatic amines from meat and N-acetyltransferase 2 genotype
  Delfino RJ, Sinha R, Smith C, West J, White E, Lin HJ, Liao SY, Gim JS, Ma HL, et al.
  Yr:2000 Vol:21 Nbr:4 Pgs: 607-15
  Associated Grant: Susceptibility to Breast Cancer: Dietary and Other Factors
     
Interindividual variation in CYP1A1 expression in breast tissue and the role of genetic polymorphism
  Goth-Goldstein R, Stampfer MR, Erdmann CA, Russell M
  Yr:2000 Vol:21 Nbr:11 Pgs: 2119-2122
  Associated Grant: Metabolism of Environmental Chemicals as Breast Cancer Risk
     
Estrogens and breast cancer
  Feigelson HS, Henderson BE
  Yr:1996 Vol:17 Nbr:11 Pgs: 2279-2284
  Associated Grant: Genetic Susceptibility to Breast Cancer
     
Resistance of HBL100 human breast epithelial cells to vitamin D action
  Agadir A, Lazzaro G, Zheng Y, Zhang XK, Mehta R
  Yr:1999 Vol:20 Nbr:4 Pgs: 577-82
  Associated Grant: Breast Cancer Chemoprevention by Retinoids
     
Adolescent and adult soy intake and risk of breast cancer in Asian-Americans.
  Wu AH, Wan P, Hankin J, Tseng CC, Yu MC, Pike MC.
  Yr:2002 Vol:Sep Nbr:23(9) Pgs: 1491-1496
  Associated Grant: Estrogen metabolizing genes, soy and breast cancer in Asians
     
Plasma isoflavone levels versus self-reported soy isoflavone levels in Asian-American women in Los Angeles County.
  Wu AH, Yu MC, Tseng CC, Twaddle NC, Doerge DR
  Yr:2004 Vol:25 Nbr:1 Pgs: 77-81
  Associated Grant: Estrogen metabolizing genes, soy and breast cancer in Asians
     
Diabetes and risk of breast cancer in Asian-American women.
  Wu AH, Yu MC, Tseng CC, Stanczyk FZ, Pike MC.
  Yr:2007 Vol:28 Nbr:7 Pgs: 1561-1566
  Associated Grant: Tea, Genes and Their Interactions on Breast Cancer
     
Suppression of microtubule dynamic instability and turnover in MCF7 breast cancer cells by sulforaphane.
  Azarenko O, Okouneva T, Singletary KW, Jordan MA, Wilson L
  Yr:2008 Vol:29 Nbr:12 Pgs: 2360-8
  Associated Grant: Sulforaphane: Its Potential for Treatment of Breast Cancer
     
Artemisinin selectively decreases functional levels of estrogen receptor-alpha and ablates estrogen-induced proliferation in human breast cancer cells.
  Sundar SN, Marconett CN, Doan VB, Willoughby JA Sr, Firestone GL
  Yr:2008 Vol:29 Nbr:122252-8 Pgs:
  Associated Grant: Artemisinin Disrupts Estrogen Receptor-Alpha and Cell Growth
     
Bisphenol-A-induced inactivation of the p53 axis underlying deregulation of proliferation kinetics, and cell death in non-malignant human breast epithelial cells.
  Dairkee SH, Luciani-Torres MG, Moor DH, Goodson WH 3rd.
  Yr:2013 Vol:34 Nbr:3 Pgs: 703-12
  Associated Grant: Xenoestrogen-specific perturbations in the human breast
     
Exposure to the polyester PET precursor terephthalic acid induces and perpetuates DNA damage-harboring non-malignant human breast cells
  Maria Gloria Luciani-Torres, Dan H.Moore, William H.Goodson III and Shanaz H.Dairkee
  Yr:2015 Vol:36 Nbr:1 Pgs: 168-176
  Associated Grant: Xenoestrogen-specific perturbations in the human breast
     
Association of lifestyle and demographic factors with estrogenic and glucocorticogenic activity in Mexican American women doi: 10.1093/carcin/bgw074
  L Fejerman, SS Sanchez, R Thomas, P Tachachartvanich, J Riby, SL Gomez, EM John, MT Smith
  Yr:2016 Vol:37 Nbr:9 Pgs: 904-11
  Associated Grant: Internal chemical exposure study among Mexican immigrants
     
Induction of Nur77-dependent apoptotic pathway by a coumari derivative through activation of JNk and p38 MAPK. PMCID: PMC4247515.
  Zhou Y, Zhao W, Xie G, et al.
  Yr:2014 Vol:35 Nbr: Pgs: 2660-9
  Associated Grant: Sulindac-derived compounds for breast cancer therapy