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      Crystallization of Amorphous Components in Spray-Dried Powders

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      Drying Technology

      Informa UK Limited

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          The Temperature Dependence of Relaxation Mechanisms in Amorphous Polymers and Other Glass-forming Liquids

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            Inhibition of carcinogenesis by tea.

            Tea has received a great deal of attention because tea polyphenols are strong antioxidants, and tea preparations have inhibitory activity against tumorigenesis. The bioavailability and biotransformation of tea polyphenols, however, are key factors limiting these activities in vivo. The inhibition of tumorigenesis by green or black tea preparations has been demonstrated in animal models on different organ sites such as skin, lung, oral cavity, esophagus, forestomach, stomach, small intestine, colon, pancreas, and mammary gland. Epidemiological studies, however, have not yielded clear conclusions concerning the protective effects of tea consumption against cancer formation in humans. The discrepancy between the results from humans and animal models could be due to 1) the much higher doses of tea used in animals in comparison to human consumption, 2) the differences in causative factors between the cancers in humans and animals, and 3) confounding factors limiting the power of epidemiological studies to detect an effect. It is possible that tea may be only effective against specific types of cancer caused by certain etiological factors. Many mechanisms have been proposed for the inhibition of carcinogenesis by tea, including the modulation of signal transduction pathways that leads to the inhibition of cell proliferation and transformation, induction of apoptosis of preneoplastic and neoplastic cells, as well as inhibition of tumor invasion and angiogenesis. These mechanisms need to be evaluated and verified in animal models or humans in order to gain more understanding on the effect of tea consumption on human cancer.
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              Problems Associated With Spray Drying Of Sugar-Rich Foods

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                Drying Technology
                Drying Technology
                Informa UK Limited
                0737-3937
                1532-2300
                September 05 2007
                September 05 2007
                : 25
                : 9
                : 1427-1435
                10.1080/07373930701536718
                © 2007

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