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Reference List PEITC

Chung, F-L, Morse, M, Eklind, K, Lewis, J. (1992). Quantitation of Human Uptake of the Anticarcinogen Phenethyl Isothiocyanate after a Watercress Meal. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention. 1, 383-388.

 

Dey, M, et al. (2006). In Vitro and in Vivo Anti-Inflammatory Activity of a Seed Preparation Containing Phenethylisothiocyanate. The Journal of Pharmacologny. 317 (1), 326-333.

 

Getahun, S, Chung F-L. (1999). Conversion of Glucosinolates to Isothiocyanates in Humans after Ingestion of Cooked Watercress. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 8 (1), 447-451.

 

Hecht, S, Chung, F-L, Richie, J, Akerkar, S, Borukhova, A, L, Skowronski, Carmella, S. (1995). Effects of Watercress Consumption on Metabolism of a Tobacco-specific Lung Carcinogen in Smokers. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 4 (1), 877-884.

 

Sadeghi, H, Mostafazadeh, M, Sadeghi, H, Naderian, M, Mehrzad, Barmak, J, Talebianpoor, M, Mehraba, F. (2014). In vivo anti-inflammatory properties of aerial parts of Nasturtium officinale. Pharmaceutical Biology. 52 (2), 169-174. 

 

Mannelli, L, et al.. (2017). Effects of natural and synthetic isothiocyanate-based H 2 S-releasers against chemotherapy-induced neuropathic pain: Role of Kv7 potassium channels. Neuropharmacology. 121, 49-59.

 

Mitsiogianni, M, Amery, T, Franco, R, Zoumpourlis, V, Pappa, A, Panayiotidis, M . (2018). From chemo-prevention to epigenetic regulation: The role of isothiocyanates in skin cancer prevention. Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 190, 187-201.

 

Palliyaguru, D, Yuan, J-M, Kensler, T, Fahey, J. (2018). Isothiocyanates: Translating the Power of Plants to People. Molecular Nutrition Food Research. 62, 1-10.

 

Romeo, L, et al. . (2018). Isothiocyanates: An Overview of Their Antimicrobial Activity against Human Infections. Molecules. 23 (624), 1-18.

 

Rose, P, Faulkner, K, Williamson, G, Mithen, R. (2000). 7-Methylsulfinylheptyl and 8-methylsulfinyloctyl isothiocyanates from watercress are potent inducers of phase II enzymes. Carcinogenesis. 21 (11), 1983-1988.

 

Schuchardt, J, Hahn, A, Greupner, T, Wasserfurth, P, Rosales-López, M, Hornbacher, J, Papenbrock, J. (2019). Watercress – cultivation methods and health effects. Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality. 92, 232-239. 

 

Wu, X, Zhou, Q-H, Xu, K. (2009). Are isothiocyanates potential anti-cancer drugs?. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica. 30, 501-512. 

 

Zhang, Y, Yao, S, Li, J. (2006). Vegetable-derived isothiocyanates: anti-proliferative activity and mechanism of action. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 65, 68-75.