Lian F, and Wang X-D.& Apo-10’-lycopenoic acid induces Nrf2-mediated expression of phase II detoxification and antioxidant enzymes in human bronchial epithelial cells. International Journal of Cancer 123: 1262-1268. 2008.
Veeramachaneni S, Ausman LM, Choi SW, Russell RM and Wang X-D. High dose lycopene supplementation increases hepatic CYP2E1 protein and inflammation in alcohol fed rats. J Nutr 138: 1329-1335. 2008.
Lian F, Smith D, Ernst H, Russell RM, Wang X-D. Lycopene metabolites, apo-10’-lycopenoic acid, inhibits the growth of lung cancer cells in vitro and suppresses lung carcinogenesis in A/J mice in vivo. Carcinogenesis. 28: 1567-1574. 2007.
Mernitz H, Smith D, Wood R, Russell RM, Wang X-D. Inhibition of Lung Carcinogenesis by 1alpha,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 and 9-cis Retinoic Acid in the A/J Mouse Model: Evidence of Retinoid Antagonism of Vitamin D Toxicity. International Journal of Cancer. 120: 1402-1409. 2007.
Kim Y, Lian F, Yeum KJ, Choi SW, Russell RM, Wang X-D. The Effects of Combined Antioxidant (beta-Carotene, alpha-Tocopherol and Ascorbic acid) Supplementation on Antioxidant Capacity, DNA Single-Strand Break and Regulation of Insulin Growth Factor-1/IGF-Binding Protein 3 in Ferret Model of Lung Cancer. International Journal of Cancer. 120: 1847-1854. 2007.
Other Recent Publications
Lee CW, Wang X-D, Chien KL, Ge Z, Rickman BH, Rogers AB, Varro A, Whary MT, Wang TC, and Fox JG. Vitamin C supplementation does not protect L-gulono-beta-lactone oxidase-deficient mice from Helicobacter pylori-induced gastritis and gastric premalignancy. International Journal of Cancer 122: 1068-1076, 2008
Lian F and Wang X-D. Lycopene and Lung Cancer. In: “Lycopene: Nutritional, Medical and Therapeutic Properties”eds, Preedy and Watson, Science Publishers press, pp365-393, 2008
Mernitz H and Wang X-D. The bioconversion of carotenoids into retinoids: Implications for cancer prevention. In: “Vitamin A: New Research”eds, Loessing, KARGER. press, pp. 39-57, 2007
Hu KQ, Liu C, Ernst H, Krinsky NI, Russell RM, Wang X-D. The Biochemical Characterization of Ferret Carotene-9’, 10’-Monooxygenase Catalyzing Cleavage of Carotenoids in vitro and in vivo. J Bio Chem. 281(28):19327-19338. 2006.
Kim Y, Chongyviriyaphan N, Liu C, Russell RM, Wang X-D. Combined antioxidant (beta-carotene, alpha-tocopherol and ascorbic acid) supplementation increases the levels of lung retinoic acid and inhibits the activation of mitogen-activated protein kinase in the ferret lung cancer model. Carcinogenesis. 27: 1410-1419. 2006
Liu C, Russell RM, and Wang X-D. Lycopene supplementation prevents smoke-induced changes in p53, cell proliferation, and apoptosis in the gastric mucosa of ferrets. J Nutr. 136:106-11, 2006.
Lian F, Hu KQ, Russell RM and, Wang X-D. Beta-Cryptoxanthin inhibits the growth of immortalized human bronchia epithelial cells and non-small cell lung cancer cells and up-regulates retinoic acid receptor-beta expression. International J Cancer. 119:2084-2089, 2006
Mernitz H and Wang XD. Alcohol and Tobacco Smoke in Retinoid Metabolism and Signaling.. In: “Alcohol, Tobacco and Cancer”eds, Cho and Purohit, KARGER. press, pp 457-580, 2006.
Wang XD and Stace King. Effect of carotenoids on signal transduction pathways: Significance in lung cancer prevention. In: “Nutrients and Genes Interaction in Cancer’ eds, Friso and Choi, CRC. press, pp 113-128, 2006.
Mernitz H, Smith DE, Zhu AX, Wang X-D. 9-cis-Retinoic acid inhibition of lung carcinogenesis in the A/J mouse model is accompanied by increased expression of RAR-beta but no change in cyclooxygenase-2. Cancer Letters 244:101-108. 2006
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