Inhibitory Effects of Tea on Carcinogenesis: Evidence from Cell Transformation Assays

Carcinogenesis, the development of cancer, is a complex multistep process that involves the interaction between genetic and environmental factors. Several studies have shown that exposure to carcinogens and promoters can cause DNA damage and mutations, leading to the development of cancer. Antipromoters in natural edible products, such as tea, have been found to have preventive […]

Inhibitory Effects of Tea on Mutagenicity and Genotoxicity

Tea has long been known for its health benefits, and recent studies have shed light on its inhibitory effects on mutagenicity and genotoxicity. Mutagenicity refers to the ability of a substance to cause changes in the genetic material of an organism, while genotoxicity refers to the ability to cause damage to DNA. Several studies have […]