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DIETARY MODULATION OF CELL SIGNALING TABLE OF CONTENTS Editors: Young-Joon Surh, Zigang Dong, Enrique Cadenas, and Lester Packer 1. Intracellular signaling molecules as targets of selected dietary chemopreventive and cytoprotective agents Joydeb Kumar Kundu, Hye-Kyung Na and Young-Joon Surh (email@example.com) 2. Modulation of cell signal transduction by tea and ginger Ann M. Bode and Zigang Dong (firstname.lastname@example.org) 3. Modulation of MAPK pathways by food phytochemicals: risks and benefits Akira Murakami (email@example.com), Yasutaka Ikeda, and Hajime Ohigashi 4. Turmeric as cure (cumin): promises, problems, and solutions Shishir Shishodia, Krishna Misra, and Bharat B. Aggarwal (firstname.lastname@example.org) 5. Flavanols and NF-?B activation: relevance for inflammation and associated diseases Cesar G. Fraga (email@example.com) and Patricia I. Oteiza 6. Regulation of inflammation, redox and glucocorticoid signaling by dietary polyphenols Irfan Rahman (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Saibal K. Biswas 7. Dietary factors in food-- Induction of Nrf2-mediated defense genes in normal cells versus inhibition of cell growth genes in abnormal tumor cells Auemduan Prawan and Ah-Ng Tony Kong (email@example.com) 8. The isothiocyanate sulforaphane induces phase 2 response by signaling of the Keap1/Nrf2/ARE pathway: Implications for dietary protection against cancer Albena T. Dinkova-Kostova (firstname.lastname@example.org) 9. Nutritional redox homeostasis and cellular stress response: Differential role of homocysteine and acetylcarnitine Vittorio Calabrese (email@example.com), Riccardo Ientile, Carolin Cornelius, Marina Scalia, Giovanni Pennisi, Cesare Mancuso, A.M. Giuffrida Stella and D. Allan Butterfield 10. Dietary factors in the regulation of selenoprotein biosynthesis Regina Brigelius-Flohé (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Antje Banning 11. Regulation of signaling pathways by selenium in cancer Junxuan Lü (email@example.com), Hongbo Hu, and Cheng Jiang 12. Modulation of gene expression by dietary carotinoids and retinoids: Role in cancer prevention John S. Bertram (John@crch.hawaii.edu) 13. Targeting the epigenome with dietary agents Barbara Delage and Roderick H. Dashwood (firstname.lastname@example.org) 14. Effects of astaxanthin on microarray profiling of gene expression patterns of glomerular cells in diabetic mice Yuji Naito (email@example.com), Satomi Akagiri, and Toshikazu Yoshikawa 15. Insulin resistance and inflammatory signaling pathways modulated by high fat diet Taesun Park (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Seung-Jin Kim 16. Molecular effect of complex food matrices on endothelial functions: a complex issue to study. The case of wine Raffaella Canali (email@example.com) and Favio Virgilli 17. The role of oxidative stress in beta-thalassemia and the antioxidative effect of fermented papaya preparation Eitan Fibach (firstname.lastname@example.org), Ada Goldfarb, Johnny Amer 18. Ginko biloba leaf extract FGb 761 modulates cell signaling associated with myloid beta oligomers in Alzheimer¿s disease Yuan Luo (email@example.com)
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Cellular signal transduction.
Gene Expression Regulation.
Neoplasms -- prevention & control.
Plant Preparations -- pharmacology.