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    • Antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity of isoflavone metabolites 

      Rimbach, G.; De Pascual-Teresa, S.; Ewins, B. A.; Matsugo, S.; Uchida, Y.; Minihane, A-M.; Turner, R.; Vafeiadou, K.; Weinberg, P.D. (2003-09)
      1. Soy isoflavones have been extensively studied because of their possible health-promoting effects. Genistein and daidzein, the major isoflavone aglycones, have received most attention; however, they undergo extensive ...
    • Evidence for associations between common polymorphisms of estrogen receptor beta gene with homocysteine and nitric oxide 

      Reimann, M.; Vafeiadou, K.; Hall, W. L.; Dierkes, J.; Nilsson, M.; Dahlman-Wright, K.; Ferrari, M.; Huebner, U.; Hallund, J.; Bugel, S.; Branca, F.; Williams, C. M.; Koebnick, C. (2006-06)
      Homocysteine and asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) affect nitric oxide (NO) concentration, thereby contributing to cardiovascular disease (CVD). Both amino acids can be reduced in vivo by estrogen. Variation in the estrogen ...