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|dc.description.abstract||To confirm the cytotoxic effect of instant curry containing combined spices on cancer cells in vivo, cancer was induced by transplanting cancer cells to mice, and the development of cancer upon feeding pure curry were examined. The concentration of lipid peroxide in the groups transplanted with cancer cells which were fed with normal feed was 19.6 nM, and it was increased as the amount of pure curry was increased. The concentration of cytochrome P-450 was decreased in the group transplanted with cancer cells which were fed with pure curry and the group without the transplant which were fed with pure curry when compared with the groups which were fed with normal feed. The activity of cytochrome P-450 was decreased as the concentration of cytochrome P-450 was decreased in the groups transplanted with cancer cells. However, it was increased in the groups without cancer cell transplant when over 2% of pure curry was fed. The amount of glutathione was increased in the groups transplanted with cancer cells when over 2% of pure curry was fed. The activities of glutathione peroxidase and glutathione S-transferase were decreased in the groups transplanted with cancer cells which were fed with over 1% of pure curry, and were restored to the level of the group without cancer cell transplant which were fed with normal feed. The superoxide dismutase activity in the groups transplanted with cancer cells was restored to the level of the group without cancer cell transplant which was fed with normal feed when over 1% of pure curry was fed.||-|
|dc.title||Anti-cancer activities of pure curry feeding in cancer cell-transplanted mouse||-|
|dc.relation.journaltitle||Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition||-|
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