2 edition of role of dietary factors in carcinogenesis. found in the catalog.
role of dietary factors in carcinogenesis.
1988 by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, International Cancer Research Data Bank in Bethesda, MD (Bldg. 82, Rm. 103, Bethesda 20892) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Selected abstracts on the role of dietary factors in carcinogenesis., Fibers.|
|Statement||David Kritchevsky, consulting reviewer.|
|Contributions||International Cancer Research Data Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 60, 8, 3 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Introduction. Three major factors for human carcinogenesis are cigarette smoking, infection and inflammation, and nutrition and dietary carcinogens (1, 2).Nutrition and dietary carcinogens relevant to carcinogenesis can be grossly divided into two categories, (i) microcomponents and (ii) macrocomponents and total calorie intake (3, 4).From the mechanistic view, there are genotoxic Cited by: The concept of cancer “etiology” seems inadequate, at least in its classical use in the pathology of infectious, parasitic, nutrition, metabolic diseases.
We consider the use of the terms carcinogenesis, cancer inducing factors or carcinogenic factors more adequate for what happens during tumor cell transformation, with the mention that the term carcinogenesis defines the initiation of a.
Get this from a library. Selected abstracts on the role of selected dietary factors in carcinogenesis. [J H Weisburger; International Cancer Research Data Bank.; Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Center (CIDAC) for Carcinogenesis Information.;].
Although there is some epidemiologic support for a role of diet and nutritional status on role of dietary factors in carcinogenesis.
book carcinogenesis, the available evidence taking HPV infection into account is not yet convincing. One of the most relevant new findings according to 2 recent prospective studies is a possible and promising protective effect of fruits and vegetables Cited by: Summary.
A number of naturally occurring compounds possess chemopreventive properties for carcinogenesis in digestive organs. In general, they are considered to relate to activation or detoxification of carcinogens and have the potential to control carcinogen-induced cell hyperprolifera-tion in the target by: 4.
A positive response is usually indicative that other carcinogenicity studies should be conducted for confirmation. This in vivo carcinogenesis model has been particularly useful in assessing the influence of hormonal enhancement of mammary carcinogenesis and in demonstrating the role of dietary fat in promoting mammary carcinogenesis.
Sixty to eighty percent of all human cancers are associated with our environment and environmental agents. The environment is a complex mixture of chemicals that originate from industrial and.
In four of these—breast, large bowel, stomach, and head and neck—the epidemiologic evidence is overwhelming that nutritional factors have a major etiological role. Dietary factors are also. Dietary factors are believed to play an important role in mammary carcinogenesis.
International correlations, case-control and cohort studies hove associated the incidence and mortality from breast cancer with high fat consumption in the form of meat, gravy and dairy products. Most of these studies have been conducted in the developed countries. Future research is needed to elucidate the interactive role of tea catechins and other dietary cancer-inhibitory compounds in mammary carcinogenesis in humans.
Ovarian Cancer. In a clinical study conducted on ovarian cancer patients in China, researchers found that women who drank at least one cup of green tea per day survived longer with the.
Title:Sulfotransferase 1A1 as a Biomarker for Susceptibility to Carcinogenesis: From Molecular Genetics to the Role of Dietary Flavonoids VOLUME: 17 ISSUE: 6 Author(s):Katrin Sak and Hele Everaus Affiliation:Department of Hematology and Oncology, University of Tartu, L.
Puusepa 8, Tartu, Estonia. Keywords:Biomarkers for cancer risk, dietary flavonoids, metabolic conversion, plant. There is limited evidence for a role of dietary factors in HPV carcinogenesis. On-going epidemiological studies will shed more light into the role of these and other co-factors, but if confirmed, these conclusions may imply that multiparous women, women who are smokers, and women on long-term OC use, might need a closer cytological and HPV.
Get this from a library. Selected abstracts on the role of dietary factors in carcinogenesis. I, Fats. [David Kritshevsky; International Cancer Research Data Bank.;]. This chapter discusses a dual role of the food antioxidants in mutagenesis and carcinogenesis, and the possible involvement of oxygen free radicals in producing the effects.
The data available in the literature at the present time do not permit definite conclusions about the human risk due to dietary. Title: Role of Dietary Xenobiotics-Gene Interactions in Carcinogenesis: Protective Effects of Nutritional Factors VOLUME: 2 ISSUE: 3 Author(s):Donato F.
Romagnolo, Stephanie C. Degner, Michael Q. Kemp, Jennifer Hockings and Ornella K. Selmin Affiliation:Department of Nutritional Sciences, E 4th Street, Rm Shantz Building, The University of Arizona, Tucson, ArizonaUSA. Abstract. The interactions between environmental factors and the genetic and epigenetic changes that drive colon carcinogenesis are not clear.
Dietary factors reported previously to be associated with colon cancer risk may well influence the occurrence of specific somatic alterations in colon tumors.
The tumors developed in rats are essentially of acinar type and those in hamsters mostly of ductal type. Many studies proved the direct or indirect role of hormonal and dietary factors in pancreatic cancer.
The development of alternative treatments according to biological and biochemical steps of carcinogenesis is available as adjuvant treatment.
Since the genesis of tumors may be influenced to a lesser or greater degree by the nutrient environment furnished the host, frequent reference is made to the role of nutrition and dietary factors in carcinogenesis.
A current and comprehensive review of nutrition. Role of Dietary Fat in Experimental Pancreatic Carcinogenesis. Pages Factors Involved in the Development and Maintenance of Tumor Heterogeneity. Book Title Carcinogenesis and Dietary Fat Editors.
Abraham; Series Title Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes, and Cancer Series Volume 6. Dietary factors are recognized as having a significant effect on the risk of cancers, with different dietary elements both increasing and reducing and obesity may be related to up to % of cancer deaths, while physical inactivity appears to be related to 7% risk of cancer occurrence.
One review in suggested that total caloric intake influences cancer incidence and possibly. Dietary modulation of azaserine induced pancreatic carcinogenesis in the rat. Effect of bombesin and caerulein on early stages of carcinogenesis induced by azaserine in the rat pancreas. Effect of castration and hormone replacement on azaserine-induced pancreatic carcinogenesis in male and female fischer rats.
Examples of dietary antioxidants include beta-carotene, lycopene, and vitamins A, C, and E (alpha-tocopherol). The mineral element selenium is often thought to be a dietary antioxidant, but the antioxidant effects of selenium are most likely due to the antioxidant activity of proteins that have this element as an essential component (i.e.
The evaluation of specific risk factors for these endpoints may clarify the gastric carcinogenesis pathways and the role of environmental exposures in the aetiology of cancer (Peleteiro et al., ; Pintalhao et al., ).
Dietary Fat, Gene Expression, and Carcinogenesis With Howard P. Glauert This chapter discusses the role of dietary fat on the development of 'human and experimental cancer and examines the role of gene expression as a mechanism by which dietary fat may alter the development of cancer.
Dietary factors other than fat and fibre have been reported to influence colon cancer risk, in particular a protective effect of cruciferous vegetables (Graham et al., ) and an increased risk associated with beer consumption (Breslow and Enstrom, ) have been suggested. Three major factors involved in human carcinogenesis are cigarette smoking, infection and inflammation, and nutrition and dietary carcinogens (Sugimura, ).
causal or preventive role for. The environment and dietary factors play an essential role in the etiology of cancer. Environmental component is implicated in similar to 80 % of all cancers; however, the causes for certain cancers are still unknown.
The potential players associated with various cancers include chemicals, heavy metals, diet, radiation, and smoking. Lifestyle habits such as smoking and alcohol consumption. suspected dietary factors act as independent risk factors, as cofac-tors of HPV or are merely confounders of HPV and HPV-related factors.
The aim of our study is to provide an update on recent epide-miologic evidence about the role of diet and nutritional status on the risk of HPV persistence as well as on the risk of SIL and ISC.
Several factors like age, sex, genetic predisposition, along with extrinsic factors like diet, environmental pollutants, alcoholism and tobacco habits have a major role in determining the cancer risk. Dietary intervention as a cancer preventive measure is a primary agenda on the WHO program.
References: Bale and Li FP (). CONCLUSIONS: This study suggests that dietary factors contribute to the carcinogenesis of gastric adenocarcinoma. It also appears that although dietary risk and protective factors are common to both the intestinal and diffuse types of this malignancy, protective dietary factors may play a more important role in preventing the intestinal type of.
A high-fat diet increases the risk of colon, breast and prostate cancer. The molecular mechanism by which dietary lipids promote tumorigenesis is unknown.
Their effects may be mediated at least in part by the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs). These ligand-activated nuclear recepto. Many studies have looked at the possibility that specific dietary components or nutrients are associated with increases or decreases in cancer risk.
Studies of cancer cells in the laboratory and of animal models have sometimes provided evidence that isolated compounds. Impact on inflammation. There is clear evidence that the immune system and inflammation play a critical role in the process of carcinogenesis and that inflammatory microenvironment is an essential component of all tumors .Inflammatory responses are involved in the initiation and promotion of cancer, malignant transformation of cells, or in invasion and metastasis of.
It is important to note that diet also plays a role in protecting against cancer, since diets rich in fruits and vegetables have been associated with reduced rates of cancer. Although dietary factors are certainly involved in carcinogenesis, the percent of cancer attributable to diet has remained uncertain.
Thissuggests that other genetic or environmental factors also are involved in cervical carcinogenesis. For example, individuals who are immunosuppressed because of either HIV infection or immunosuppressive drugs are more likely to develop dysplasia.
Role of oil vehicle on hepatic cell proliferation in PCB-treated rats. Environ. Pathol. Toxicol. Oncol. 30(4), Progress 01/01/10 to 12/31/10 Outputs OUTPUTS: Experiments have been conducted and analyzed in the area of the project (Dietary Selenium and Carcinogenesis by Environmental Agents).
The results of the studies have been. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is regarded a causal factor for cervical carcinogenesis [5,6]. Other risk factors for cervical cancer include poor dietary habits, smoking, weak immune system, overweight, usage of oral contraceptives, and family history [7,8,9].
Role of dietary xenobiotics-gene interactions in carcinogenesis: Protective effects of nutritional factors Donato F. Romagnolo, Stephanie C.
Degner, Michael Q. Kemp, Jennifer K. Hockings, Ornella Selmin. The pancreatic cancer continues to represent an important problem, as a cancer with extremely poor date more than 16 chemicals have been shown to induce pancreatic tumors, in animal models. The tumors developed in rats are essentially of acinar type and those in hamsters mostly of ductal type.
Many studies proved the direct or indirect role of hormonal and dietary factors in. Contribution of Diet to Overall Risk of Cancer - By some estimates, as much as 90% of all cancer in humans has been attributed to various environmental factors, including diet (see Chapter 18~.
Other investigators have estimated that diet is respon- sible for 30% to 40% of cancers in men and 60% of cancers in women. Also, in attempting to remove fat from your diet, you may wind up eating too many processed foods touted as low-fat or fat-free rather than healthier and naturally lower fat foods, such as fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains.
Instead of doing away with fat in your diet, enjoy healthy fats as part of your balanced diet. Share; Tweet.Scholarly Journal, Newsletter or Book. Deposit a complete issue of a scholarly journal, newsletter or book. If you would like to deposit an article or book chapter, use the “Scholarly Articles and Book Chapters” deposit option.Subsequent studies showed that the influence of diet on cancer formation was not only very complex, it also did not appear to playa direct causative role in carcinogenesis.
Thus during the mids scientific interest in diet and cancer greatly waned. By the early s, however, a resurging interest in diet and cancer became evident.