Tag: isothiocyanates

Isothiocyanates: A class of compounds derived from glucosinolates (sulfur-containing compounds) found primarily in cruciferous vegetables. Sulforaphane, phenethyl isothiocyanate, allyl isothiocyanate, 1-naphthyl isothiocyanate, phenethyl isothiocyanate, benzyl isothiocyanate and erucin all are isothiocyanates.

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07/10/16
Cabbage compound BITC reduces breast cancer cell division
05/23/15
Sulforaphane inhibits Herceptin-resistant Her2+ tumor growth and reduces triple negative breast cancer stem cell populations
06/29/14
Arugula compound erucin inhibits proliferation of ER+ breast cancer cells
07/07/13
Watercress compound phenethyl isothiocyanate can inhibit metastasis to brain
11/05/12
Frozen broccoli results in far less bioavailable sulforaphane than fresh broccoli
08/07/12
Watercress compound reduces tumor growth in mouse model of HER2+ breast cancer
02/20/12
Cruciferous vegetable consumption linked to reduced risk of cancer
12/18/11
Isothiocyanates found in brassica vegetables have genotoxic potential at concentrated doses
12/20/10
Brassica compound DIM inhibits breast cancer cell growth synergistically with Taxotere
09/15/10
Watercress reduces breast cancer growth by inhibiting angiogenesis
04/18/10
Broccoli compound sulforaphane reduces breast cancer stem cell growth and survival
12/07/09
DIM from broccoli and other brassica vegetables prevents metastasis in mice

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