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Inherent aerobic capacity-dependent differences in breast carcinogenesis
Thompson HJ, et al. Carcinogenesis 2017. Among authors: McGinley JN. PMID 28911004 Free PMC article.
Female offspring of N:NIH rats selectively bred for low (LIAC) or high (HIAC) inherent aerobic capacity were injected intraperitoneally with 1-methyl-1-nitrosurea (70 mg/kg body wt). ...
Female offspring of N:NIH rats selectively bred for low (LIAC) or high (HIAC) inherent aerobic capacity were injected intraperitoneal …
Identification of a molecular signature underlying inhibition of mammary carcinoma growth by dietary N-3 fatty acids.
Jiang W, et al. Cancer Res 2012. Among authors: McGinley JN. PMID 22651929 Free article.
An increased ratio of dietary n-3 relative to n-6 fatty acids has been shown to inhibit the development of mammary cancer in animal models. ...Cell proliferation was reduced by 60% in carcinomas from the high n-3:n-6 treatment group compared with the low n-3:n-6 treatment group. ...
An increased ratio of dietary n-3 relative to n-6 fatty acids has been shown to inhibit the development of mammary cancer in a …
Mammary gland density predicts the cancer inhibitory activity of the N-3 to N-6 ratio of dietary fat.
Zhu Z, et al. Cancer Prev Res (Phila) 2011. Among authors: McGinley JN. PMID 21813405 Free article.
Cancer was induced in female rats by N-methyl-N-nitrosourea. Purified diet that provided 30% of dietary kilocalories from fat was formulated to contain ratios of n-3:n-6 fatty acids from 25:1 to 1:25. ...Plasma n-3 fatty acid concentrations failed to increase above an n-3:n-6 ratio of 5:1, and changes in specific plasma n-3 or n-6 fatty acids were not predictive of mammary gland density or cancer inhibitory activity. ...
Cancer was induced in female rats by N-methyl-N-nitrosourea. Purified diet that provided 30% of dietary kilocalories from fat …
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