Inhibition of HMGB1 Translocation by Green Tea Extract in Rats Exposed to Environmental Tobacco Smoke

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Sirintip Chaichalotornkul; Wisuda Suvitayavat; Vanida Sangalangkarn; Yuko Nawa; Kiyoshi Kikuchi; Koichi Kawahara; Tawee Saiwichai; Somphong Narkpinit; Pratap Singhasivanon; Ikuro Maruyama; Salunya Tancharoen;
  • Publisher: Thai Society of Higher Eduction Institutes on Environment
  • Journal: EnvironmentAsia (issn: 1906-1714)
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  • Subject: Nuclear translocation | G | GE1-350 | Green tea | Geography. Anthropology. Recreation | Environmental sciences | HMGB1 | Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS)
    mesheuropmc: chemical and pharmacologic phenomena

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure is linked to carcinogenic, oxidative and inflammatory cellular reactions. Green tea polyphenol reportedly plays a role in the prevention of inflammation-related diseases. To evaluate the effects of green tea extract (GTE) on ce... View more
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