Ingredient ID 312 
Chinese Pronunciation ERCHA 
English Name Cutch  
Latin Name Catechu  
Aliases HeiErCha
Cancers Abdomen  
Identified Compounds

order by name

1. Catechol

   C6H6O2   110.11

2. Ellagic Acid

   C14H6O8   302.19
NSC# 407286 Activity (<1uM)

3. Epicatechin

   C15H14O6   290.28

4. Fisetin

   C15H10O6   286.24
NSC# 407010 Activity (<10uM)

5. Gallic Acid

   C7H6O5   170.12

6. Isorhynchophylline

   C22H28N2O4   384.47

7. Quercetagetin

   C15H10O8   318.24

8. Quercetin

   C15H10O7   302.24
NSC# 9219 Activity (but inactive >10uM)

9. Rotundifoline

   C22H28N2O5   400.47

10. Catechinred


11. Catechu Tannic Acid


12. D-catechin

   C15H14O6   290.27

13. L-catechin

   C15H14O6   290.27

14. L-epicatechin

   C15H14O6   290.27

15. Gambirine

   C22H28N2O4   384.47

16. Rhynchophylline

   C22H28N2O4   384.47

17. Roxburghine A

   C31H32N4O2   492.61

18. Roxburghine B

   C31H32N4O2   492.61

19. Roxburghine C

   C31H32N4O2   492.61

20. Roxburghine D

   C31H32N4O2   492.61

21. Roxburghine E

   C31H32N4O2   492.61

Recipes that contain
  1. 8      ErFenWan
  2. 37      ChangAiShuan
  3. 50      ChanLongPian
  4. 167      YiAiPian
  5. 212      ErFenWan
  6. 236      ZhiAiWan
  7. 268      ChangAiShuan
  8. 281      FuFangChanLongPian
  9. 339      HeiBeiGao
  10. 352      YuHuangWan
  11. 466      YiAiPian
  12. 469      TuoDuWan
  13. 492      KaiGuanSan
  14. 506      WeiAiCanKaoFangIV

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Holt RR, Schramm DD, Keen CL, Lazarus SA, Schmitz HH.
Chocolate consumption and platelet function.
JAMA.    impact factor:   15.402
2002;  287(17): 2212-3

2:  Tosetti F, Ferrari N, De Flora S, Albini A.
Angioprevention': angiogenesis is a common and key target for cancer chemopreventive agents.
FASEB J.    impact factor:   11.88
2002;  16(1): 2-14

3:  Sachinidis A, Skach RA, Seul C, Ko Y, Hescheler J, Ahn HY, Fingerle J.
Inhibition of the PDGF beta-receptor tyrosine phosphorylation and its downstream intracellular signal transduction pathway in rat and human vascular smooth muscle cells by different catechins.
FASEB J.    impact factor:   11.88
2002;  16(8): 893-5

4:  Rosenkranz S, Knirel D, Dietrich H, Flesch M, Erdmann E, Bohm M.
Inhibition of the PDGF receptor by red wine flavonoids provides a molecular explanation for the "French paradox".
FASEB J.    impact factor:   11.88
2002;  16(14): 1958-60

5:  Chung JY, Park JO, Phyu H, Dong Z, Yang CS.
Mechanisms of inhibition of the Ras-MAP kinase signaling pathway in 30.7b Ras 12 cells by tea polyphenols (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate and theaflavin-3,3'-digallate.
FASEB J.    impact factor:   11.88
2001;  15(11): 2022-4

6:  Menegazzi M, Tedeschi E, Dussin D, De Prati AC, Cavalieri E, Mariotto S, Suzuki H.
Anti-interferon gamma action of epigallocatechin-3-gallate mediated by specific inhibition of STAT1 activation.
FASEB J.    impact factor:   11.88
2001;  15(7): 1309-11

7:  Lamy S, Gingras D, Beliveau R.
Green tea catechins inhibit vascular endothelial growth factor receptor phosphorylation.
Cancer Res.    impact factor:   8.614
2002;  62(2): 381-5

8:  Pianetti S, Guo S, Kavanagh KT, Sonenshein GE.
Green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin-3 gallate inhibits Her-2/neu signaling, proliferation, and transformed phenotype of breast cancer cells.
Cancer Res.    impact factor:   8.614
2002;  62(3): 652-5

9:  Weyant MJ, Carothers AM, Dannenberg AJ, Bertagnolli MM.
(+)-Catechin inhibits intestinal tumor formation and suppresses focal adhesion kinase activation in the min/+ mouse.
Cancer Res.    impact factor:   8.614
2001;  61(1): 118-25

10:  Levites Y, Amit T, Youdim MB, Mandel S.
Involvement of protein kinase C activation and cell survival/ cell cycle genes in green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin 3-gallate neuroprotective action.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2002;  277(34): 30574-80

11:  Waltner-Law ME, Wang XL, Law BK, Hall RK, Nawano M, Granner DK.
Epigallocatechin gallate, a constituent of green tea, represses hepatic glucose production.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2002;  277(38): 34933-40

12:  Balasubramanian S, Efimova T, Eckert RL.
Green tea polyphenol stimulates a Ras, MEKK1, MEK3, and p38 cascade to increase activator protein 1 factor-dependent involucrin gene expression in normal human keratinocytes.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2002;  277(3): 1828-36

13:  Nam S, Smith DM, Dou QP.
Ester bond-containing tea polyphenols potently inhibit proteasome activity in vitro and in vivo.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2001;  276(16): 13322-30

14:  Singh R, Ahmed S, Islam N, Goldberg VM, Haqqi TM.
Epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits interleukin-1beta-induced expression of nitric oxide synthase and production of nitric oxide in human chondrocytes: suppression of nuclear factor kappaB activation by degradation of the inhibitor of nuclear factor kappaB.
Arthritis Rheum.    impact factor:   7.054
2002;  46(8): 2079-86

15:  Fassina G, Buffa A, Benelli R, Varnier OE, Noonan DM, Albini A.
Polyphenolic antioxidant (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate from green tea as a candidate anti-HIV agent.
AIDS.    impact factor:   6.931
2002;  16(6): 939-41

16:  Roberts DC.
Nutrition and metabolism.
Curr Opin Lipidol.    impact factor:   5.778
2001;  12(3): 347-9

17:  Cren-Olive C, Hapiot P, Pinson J, Rolando C.
Free radical chemistry of flavan-3-ols: determination of thermodynamic parameters and of kinetic reactivity from short (ns) to long (ms) time scale.
J Am Chem Soc.    impact factor:   5.537
2002;  124(47): 14027-38

18:  Fukuhara K, Nakanishi I, Kansui H, Sugiyama E, Kimura M, Shimada T, Urano S, Yamaguchi K, Miyata N.
Enhanced radical-scavenging activity of a planar catechin analogue.
J Am Chem Soc.    impact factor:   5.537
2002;  124(21): 5952-3

19:  Charlton AJ, Haslam E, Williamson MP.
Multiple conformations of the proline-rich protein/epigallocatechin gallate complex determined by time-averaged nuclear Overhauser effects.
J Am Chem Soc.    impact factor:   5.537
2002;  124(33): 9899-905

20:  Yang CS, Landau JM, Huang MT, Newmark HL.
Inhibition of carcinogenesis by dietary polyphenolic compounds.
Annu Rev Nutr.    impact factor:   5.523
2001;  21: 381-406

21:  Tabak C, Arts IC, Smit HA, Heederik D, Kromhout D.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and intake of catechins, flavonols, and flavones: the MORGEN Study.
Am J Respir Crit Care Med.    impact factor:   5.491
2001;  164(1): 61-4

22:  Kazi A, Smith DM, Zhong Q, Dou QP.
Inhibition of bcl-x(l) phosphorylation by tea polyphenols or epigallocatechin-3-gallate is associated with prostate cancer cell apoptosis.
Mol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   5.465
2002;  62(4): 765-71

23:  Yang F, Oz HS, Barve S, de Villiers WJ, McClain CJ, Varilek GW.
The green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate blocks nuclear factor-kappa B activation by inhibiting I kappa B kinase activity in the intestinal epithelial cell line IEC-6.
Mol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   5.465
2001;  60(3): 528-33

24:  Levites Y, Weinreb O, Maor G, Youdim MB, Mandel S.
Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate prevents N-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine-induced dopaminergic neurodegeneration.
J Neurochem.    impact factor:   4.906
2001;  78(5): 1073-82

25:  Matsunaga K, Klein TW, Friedman H, Yamamoto Y.
In vitro therapeutic effect of epigallocatechin gallate on nicotine-induced impairment of resistance to Legionella pneumophila infection of established MH-S alveolar macrophages.
J Infect Dis.    impact factor:   4.842
2002;  185(2): 229-36

26:  Osawa K, Miyazaki K, Shimura S, Okuda J, Matsumoto M, Ooshima T.
Identification of cariostatic substances in the cacao bean husk: their anti-glucosyltransferase and antibacterial activities.
J Dent Res.    impact factor:   4.556
2001;  80(11): 2000-4

27:  Zeeb DJ, Nelson BC, Albert K, Dalluge JJ.
Separation and identification of twelve catechins in tea using liquid chromatography/atmospheric pressure chemical ionization-mass spectrometry.
Anal Chem.    impact factor:   4.555
2000;  72(20): 5020-6

28:  Bais HP, Walker TS, Stermitz FR, Hufbauer RA, Vivanco JM.
Enantiomeric-dependent phytotoxic and antimicrobial activity of (+/-)-catechin. A rhizosecreted racemic mixture from spotted knapweed.
Plant Physiol.    impact factor:   4.434
2002;  128(4): 1173-9

29:  Schroeter H, Spencer JP, Rice-Evans C, Williams RJ.
Flavonoids protect neurons from oxidized low-density-lipoprotein-induced apoptosis involving c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK), c-Jun and caspase-3.
Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
2001;  358(Pt 3): 547-57

30:  Spencer JP, Schroeter H, Kuhnle G, Srai SK, Tyrrell RM, Hahn U, Rice-Evans C.
Epicatechin and its in vivo metabolite, 3'-O-methyl epicatechin, protect human fibroblasts from oxidative-stress-induced cell death involving caspase-3 activation.
Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
2001;  354(Pt 3): 493-500

31:  Sartor L, Pezzato E, Garbisa S.
(-)Epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits leukocyte elastase: potential of the phyto-factor in hindering inflammation, emphysema, and invasion.
J Leukoc Biol.    impact factor:   4.283
2002;  71(1): 73-9

32:  Katiyar SK, Mukhtar H.
Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate treatment to mouse skin prevents UVB-induced infiltration of leukocytes, depletion of antigen-presenting cells, and oxidative stress.
J Leukoc Biol.    impact factor:   4.283
2001;  69(5): 719-26

33:  Matsunaga K, Klein TW, Friedman H, Yamamoto Y.
Legionella pneumophila replication in macrophages inhibited by selective immunomodulatory effects on cytokine formation by epigallocatechin gallate, a major form of tea catechins.
Infect Immun.    impact factor:   4.184
2001;  69(6): 3947-53

34:  Anderson RF, Fisher LJ, Hara Y, Harris T, Mak WB, Melton LD, Packer JE.
Green tea catechins partially protect DNA from (.)OH radical-induced strand breaks and base damage through fast chemical repair of DNA radicals.
Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
2001;  22(8): 1189-93

35:  Katiyar SK, Afaq F, Perez A, Mukhtar H.
Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate treatment of human skin inhibits ultraviolet radiation-induced oxidative stress.
Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
2001;  22(2): 287-94

36:  Yang GY, Liao J, Li C, Chung J, Yurkow EJ, Ho CT, Yang CS.
Effect of black and green tea polyphenols on c-jun phosphorylation and H(2)O(2) production in transformed and non-transformed human bronchial cell lines: possible mechanisms of cell growth inhibition and apoptosis induction.
Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
2000;  21(11): 2035-9

37:  Nomura M, Ma W, Chen N, Bode AM, Dong Z.
Inhibition of 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate-induced NF-kappaB activation by tea polyphenols, (-)-epigallocatechin gallate and theaflavins.
Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
2000;  21(10): 1885-90

38:  Kanner J, Lapidot T.
The stomach as a bioreactor: dietary lipid peroxidation in the gastric fluid and the effects of plant-derived antioxidants.
Free Radic Biol Med.    impact factor:   4.116
2001;  31(11): 1388-95

39:  Zago MP, Oteiza PI.
The antioxidant properties of zinc: interactions with iron and antioxidants.
Free Radic Biol Med.    impact factor:   4.116
2001;  31(2): 266-74

40:  Spencer JP, Schroeter H, Crossthwaithe AJ, Kuhnle G, Williams RJ, Rice-Evans C.
Contrasting influences of glucuronidation and O-methylation of epicatechin on hydrogen peroxide-induced cell death in neurons and fibroblasts.
Free Radic Biol Med.    impact factor:   4.116
2001;  31(9): 1139-46

41:  Gunnarsson GT, Desai UR.
Interaction of designed sulfated flavanoids with antithrombin: lessons on the design of organic activators.
J Med Chem.    impact factor:   4.079
2002;  45(20): 4460-70

42:  Gunnarsson GT, Desai UR.
Designing small, nonsugar activators of antithrombin using hydropathic interaction analyses.
J Med Chem.    impact factor:   4.079
2002;  45(6): 1233-43

43:  Zhao WH, Hu ZQ, Hara Y, Shimamura T.
Inhibition of penicillinase by epigallocatechin gallate resulting in restoration of antibacterial activity of penicillin against penicillinase-producing Staphylococcus aureus.
Antimicrob Agents Chemother.    impact factor:   3.969
2002;  46(7): 2266-8

44:  Hu ZQ, Zhao WH, Asano N, Yoda Y, Hara Y, Shimamura T.
Epigallocatechin gallate synergistically enhances the activity of carbapenems against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Antimicrob Agents Chemother.    impact factor:   3.969
2002;  46(2): 558-60

45:  Zhao WH, Hu ZQ, Okubo S, Hara Y, Shimamura T.
Mechanism of synergy between epigallocatechin gallate and beta-lactams against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Antimicrob Agents Chemother.    impact factor:   3.969
2001;  45(6): 1737-42

46:  Rios LY, Bennett RN, Lazarus SA, Remesy C, Scalbert A, Williamson G.
Cocoa procyanidins are stable during gastric transit in humans.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2002;  76(5): 1106-10

47:  Ebeler SE, Brenneman CA, Kim GS, Jewell WT, Webb MR, Chacon-Rodriguez L, MacDonald EA, Cramer AC, Levi A, Ebeler JD, Islas-Trejo A, Kraus A, Hinrichs SH, Clifford AJ.
Dietary catechin delays tumor onset in a transgenic mouse model.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2002;  76(4): 865-72

48:  Holt RR, Lazarus SA, Sullards MC, Zhu QY, Schramm DD, Hammerstone JF, Fraga CG, Schmitz HH, Keen CL.
Procyanidin dimer B2 [epicatechin-(4beta-8)-epicatechin] in human plasma after the consumption of a flavanol-rich cocoa.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2002;  76(4): 798-804

49:  Arts IC, Hollman PC, Feskens EJ, Bueno de Mesquita HB, Kromhout D.
Catechin intake might explain the inverse relation between tea consumption and ischemic heart disease: the Zutphen Elderly Study.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2001;  74(2): 227-32

50:  Wan Y, Vinson JA, Etherton TD, Proch J, Lazarus SA, Kris-Etherton PM.
Effects of cocoa powder and dark chocolate on LDL oxidative susceptibility and prostaglandin concentrations in humans.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2001;  74(5): 596-602

51:  Nestel PJ.
How good is chocolate?
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2001;  74(5): 563-4

52:  Koga T, Meydani M.
Effect of plasma metabolites of (+)-catechin and quercetin on monocyte adhesion to human aortic endothelial cells.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2001;  73(5): 941-8

53:  Schramm DD, Wang JF, Holt RR, Ensunsa JL, Gonsalves JL, Lazarus SA, Schmitz HH, German JB, Keen CL.
Chocolate procyanidins decrease the leukotriene-prostacyclin ratio in humans and human aortic endothelial cells.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2001;  73(1): 36-40

54:  Kao YH, Hiipakka RA, Liao S.
Modulation of obesity by a green tea catechin.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2000;  72(5): 1232-4

55:  Pignatelli P, Pulcinelli FM, Celestini A, Lenti L, Ghiselli A, Gazzaniga PP, Violi F.
The flavonoids quercetin and catechin synergistically inhibit platelet function by antagonizing the intracellular production of hydrogen peroxide.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
2000;  72(5): 1150-5

56:  Liao S, Kao YH, Hiipakka RA.
Green tea: biochemical and biological basis for health benefits.
Vitam Horm.    impact factor:   3.857
2001;  62: 1-94

57:  Lin SC, Wang CP, Chen YM, Lu SY, Fann MJ, Liu CJ, Kao SY, Chang KW.
Regulation of IGFBP-5 expression during tumourigenesis and differentiation of oral keratinocytes.
J Pathol.    impact factor:   3.833
2002;  198(3): 317-25

58:  Wu LQ, Embree HD, Balgley BM, Smith PJ, Payne GF.
Utilizing renewable resources to create functional polymers: chitosan-based associative thickener.
Environ Sci Technol.    impact factor:   3.751
2002;  36(15): 3446-54

59:  Benito S, Lopez D, Saiz MP, Buxaderas S, Sanchez J, Puig-Parellada P, Mitjavila MT.
A flavonoid-rich diet increases nitric oxide production in rat aorta.
Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
2002;  135(4): 910-6

60:  Satoh E, Ishii T, Shimizu Y, Sawamura S, Nishimura M.
Black tea extract, thearubigin fraction, counteract the effects of botulinum neurotoxins in mice.
Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
2001;  132(4): 797-8

61:  Bito T, Roy S, Sen CK, Shirakawa T, Gotoh A, Ueda M, Ichihashi M, Packer L.
Flavonoids differentially regulate IFN gamma-induced ICAM-1 expression in human keratinocytes: molecular mechanisms of action.
FEBS Lett.    impact factor:   3.72
2002;  520(1-3): 145-52

62:  Abe I, Kashiwagi K, Noguchi H.
Antioxidative galloyl esters as enzyme inhibitors of p-hydroxybenzoate hydroxylase.
FEBS Lett.    impact factor:   3.72
2000;  483(2-3): 131-4

63:  Bandy B, Bechara EJ.
Bioflavonoid rescue of ascorbate at a membrane interface.
J Bioenerg Biomembr.    impact factor:   3.664
2001;  33(4): 269-77

64:  Garbisa S, Sartor L, Biggin S, Salvato B, Benelli R, Albini A.
Tumor gelatinases and invasion inhibited by the green tea flavanol epigallocatechin-3-gallate.
Cancer.    impact factor:   3.632
2001;  91(4): 822-32

65:  Lee MJ, Maliakal P, Chen L, Meng X, Bondoc FY, Prabhu S, Lambert G, Mohr S, Yang CS.
Pharmacokinetics of tea catechins after ingestion of green tea and (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate by humans: formation of different metabolites and individual variability.
Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev.    impact factor:   3.572
2002;  11(10 Pt 1): 1025-32

66:  Chow HH, Cai Y, Alberts DS, Hakim I, Dorr R, Shahi F, Crowell JA, Yang CS, Hara Y.
Phase I pharmacokinetic study of tea polyphenols following single-dose administration of epigallocatechin gallate and polyphenon E.
Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev.    impact factor:   3.572
2001;  10(1): 53-8

67:  Tobi SE, Gilbert M, Paul N, McMillan TJ.
The green tea polyphenol, epigallocatechin-3-gallate, protects against the oxidative cellular and genotoxic damage of UVA radiation.
Int J Cancer.    impact factor:   3.545
2002;  102(5): 439-44

68:  Arts IC, Hollman PC, Bueno De Mesquita HB, Feskens EJ, Kromhout D.
Dietary catechins and epithelial cancer incidence: the Zutphen elderly study.
Int J Cancer.    impact factor:   3.545
2001;  92(2): 298-302

69:  Meng X, Sang S, Zhu N, Lu H, Sheng S, Lee MJ, Ho CT, Yang CS.
Identification and characterization of methylated and ring-fission metabolites of tea catechins formed in humans, mice, and rats.
Chem Res Toxicol.    impact factor:   3.47
2002;  15(8): 1042-50

70:  Moridani MY, Scobie H, Salehi P, O'Brien PJ.
Catechin metabolism: glutathione conjugate formation catalyzed by tyrosinase, peroxidase, and cytochrome p450.
Chem Res Toxicol.    impact factor:   3.47
2001;  14(7): 841-8

71:  Valcic S, Burr JA, Timmermann BN, Liebler DC.
Antioxidant chemistry of green tea catechins. New oxidation products of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate and (-)-epigallocatechin from their reactions with peroxyl radicals.
Chem Res Toxicol.    impact factor:   3.47
2000;  13(9): 801-10

72:  Cifuentes A, Bartolome B, Gomez-Cordoves C.
Fast determination of procyanidins and other phenolic compounds in food samples by micellar electrokinetic chromatography using acidic buffers.
Electrophoresis.    impact factor:   3.447
2001;  22(8): 1561-7

73:  Worth CC, Wiessler M, Schmitz OJ.
Analysis of catechins and caffeine in tea extracts by micellar electrokinetic chromatography.
Electrophoresis.    impact factor:   3.447
2000;  21(17): 3634-8

74:  Masuda M, Suzui M, Weinstein IB.
Effects of epigallocatechin-3-gallate on growth, epidermal growth factor receptor signaling pathways, gene expression, and chemosensitivity in human head and neck squamous cell carcinoma cell lines.
Clin Cancer Res.    impact factor:   3.442
2001;  7(12): 4220-9

75:  Kozikowski AP, Tuckmantel W, Hu Y.
Studies in polyphenol chemistry and bioactivity. 3.(1,2) stereocontrolled synthesis of epicatechin-4alpha,8-epicatechin, an unnatural isomer of the B-type procyanidins.
J Org Chem.    impact factor:   3.44
2001;  66(4): 1287-96

76:  Kozikowski AP, Tuckmantel W, George C.
Studies in polyphenol chemistry and bioactivity. 2. Establishment of interflavan linkage regio- and stereochemistry by oxidative degradation of an O-alkylated derivative of procyanidin B2 to (R)-(-)-2,4-diphenylbutyric acid.
J Org Chem.    impact factor:   3.44
2000;  65(17): 5371-81

77:  Arts IC, Jacobs DR Jr, Harnack LJ, Gross M, Folsom AR.
Dietary catechins in relation to coronary heart disease death among postmenopausal women.
Epidemiology.    impact factor:   3.377
2001;  12(6): 668-75

78:  Zaveri NT.
Synthesis of a 3,4,5-trimethoxybenzoyl ester analogue of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG): a potential route to the natural product green tea catechin, EGCG.
Org Lett.    impact factor:   3.367
2001;  3(6): 843-6

79:  Li L, Chan TH.
Enantioselective synthesis of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), the active polyphenol component from green tea.
Org Lett.    impact factor:   3.367
2001;  3(5): 739-41

80:  Schewe T, Sadik C, Klotz LO, Yoshimoto T, Kuhn H, Sies H.
Polyphenols of cocoa: inhibition of mammalian 15-lipoxygenase.
Biol Chem.    impact factor:   3.356
2001;  382(12): 1687-96

81:  Wroblewski K, Muhandiram R, Chakrabartty A, Bennick A.
The molecular interaction of human salivary histatins with polyphenolic compounds.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
2001;  268(16): 4384-97

82:  Salucci M, Stivala LA, Maiani G, Bugianesi R, Vannini V.
Flavonoids uptake and their effect on cell cycle of human colon adenocarcinoma cells (Caco2).
Br J Cancer.    impact factor:   3.282
2002;  86(10): 1645-51

83:  Jung YD, Kim MS, Shin BA, Chay KO, Ahn BW, Liu W, Bucana CD, Gallick GE, Ellis LM.
EGCG, a major component of green tea, inhibits tumour growth by inhibiting VEGF induction in human colon carcinoma cells.
Br J Cancer.    impact factor:   3.282
2001;  84(6): 844-50

84:  Zhong Z, Froh M, Connor HD, Li X, Conzelmann LO, Mason RP, Lemasters JJ, Thurman RG.
Prevention of hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury by green tea extract.
Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol.    impact factor:   3.228
2002;  283(4): G957-64

85:  Watanabe M, Funaishi K, Takeo T, Endoh M.
Efficacy of pertussis vaccines consisted of antigens detoxified with tea-leaf catechins.
Vaccine.    impact factor:   3.173
2000;  19(9-10): 1204-10

86:  Sarni-Manchado P, Cheynier V.
Study of non-covalent complexation between catechin derivatives and peptides by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry.
J Mass Spectrom.    impact factor:   3.167
2002;  37(6): 609-16

87:  Bae JH, Mun KC, Park WK, Lee SR, Suh SI, Baek WK, Yim MB, Kwon TK, Song DK.
EGCG attenuates AMPA-induced intracellular calcium increase in hippocampal neurons.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2002;  290(5): 1506-12

88:  Wang EJ, Barecki-Roach M, Johnson WW.
Elevation of P-glycoprotein function by a catechin in green tea.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2002;  297(2): 412-8

89:  Dashwood WM, Orner GA, Dashwood RH.
Inhibition of beta-catenin/Tcf activity by white tea, green tea, and epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG): minor contribution of H(2)O(2) at physiologically relevant EGCG concentrations.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2002;  296(3): 584-8

90:  Tou Js JS.
Differential regulation of neutrophil phospholipase d activity and degranulation.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2002;  292(4): 951-6

91:  Nakagawa H, Wachi M, Woo JT, Kato M, Kasai S, Takahashi F, Lee IS, Nagai K.
Fenton reaction is primarily involved in a mechanism of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate to induce osteoclastic cell death.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2002;  292(1): 94-101

92:  Sekher Pannala A, Chan TS, O'Brien PJ, Rice-Evans CA.
Flavonoid B-ring chemistry and antioxidant activity: fast reaction kinetics.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  282(5): 1161-8

93:  Bertoldi M, Gonsalvi M, Voltattorni CB.
Green tea polyphenols: novel irreversible inhibitors of dopa decarboxylase.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  284(1): 90-3

94:  Wang X, Tian W.
Green tea epigallocatechin gallate: a natural inhibitor of fatty-acid synthase.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  288(5): 1200-6

95:  Schroeder P, Zhang H, Klotz LO, Kalyanaraman B, Sies H.
(-)-Epicatechin inhibits nitration and dimerization of tyrosine in hydrophilic as well as hydrophobic environments.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  289(5): 1334-8

96:  Sarkar A, Bhaduri A.
Black tea is a powerful chemopreventor of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species: comparison with its individual catechin constituents and green tea.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  284(1): 173-8

97:  Spencer JP, Schroeter H, Shenoy B, Srai SK, Debnam ES, Rice-Evans C.
Epicatechin is the primary bioavailable form of the procyanidin dimers B2 and B5 after transfer across the small intestine.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  285(3): 588-93

98:  Park JW, Choi YJ, Suh SI, Kwon TK.
Involvement of ERK and protein tyrosine phosphatase signaling pathways in EGCG-induced cyclooxygenase-2 expression in Raw 264.7 cells.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  286(4): 721-5

99:  Hayakawa S, Saeki K, Sazuka M, Suzuki Y, Shoji Y, Ohta T, Kaji K, Yuo A, Isemura M.
Apoptosis induction by epigallocatechin gallate involves its binding to Fas.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  285(5): 1102-6

100:  Abe I, Umehara K, Morita R, Nemoto K, Degawa M, Noguchi H.
Green tea polyphenols as potent enhancers of glucocorticoid-induced mouse mammary tumor virus gene expression.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  281(1): 122-5

101:  Schroeder P, Klotz LO, Buchczyk DP, Sadik CD, Schewe T, Sies H.
Epicatechin selectively prevents nitration but not oxidation reactions of peroxynitrite.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  285(3): 782-7

102:  Berger SJ, Gupta S, Belfi CA, Gosky DM, Mukhtar H.
Green tea constituent (--)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits topoisomerase I activity in human colon carcinoma cells.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2001;  288(1): 101-5

103:  Ahmad N, Cheng P, Mukhtar H.
Cell cycle dysregulation by green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2000;  275(2): 328-34

104:  Lotito SB, Actis-Goretta L, Renart ML, Caligiuri M, Rein D, Schmitz HH, Steinberg FM, Keen CL, Fraga CG.
Influence of oligomer chain length on the antioxidant activity of procyanidins.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2000;  276(3): 945-51

105:  Kuhnle G, Spencer JP, Schroeter H, Shenoy B, Debnam ES, Srai SK, Rice-Evans C, Hahn U.
Epicatechin and catechin are O-methylated and glucuronidated in the small intestine.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
2000;  277(2): 507-12

106:  Bhatia N, Agarwal R.
Detrimental effect of cancer preventive phytochemicals silymarin, genistein and epigallocatechin 3-gallate on epigenetic events in human prostate carcinoma DU145 cells.
Prostate.    impact factor:   3.037
2001;  46(2): 98-107

107:  Hu ZQ, Zhao WH, Hara Y, Shimamura T.
Epigallocatechin gallate synergy with ampicillin/sulbactam against 28 clinical isolates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
J Antimicrob Chemother.    impact factor:   2.964
2001;  48(3): 361-4

108:  Hamilton-Miller JM, Shah S.
Activity of the tea component epicatechin gallate and analogues against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
J Antimicrob Chemother.    impact factor:   2.964
2000;  46(5): 852-3

109:  Robb CS, Brown PR.
Catechins in tea: chemistry and analysis.
Adv Chromatogr.    impact factor:   2.957
2001;  41: 379-410

110:  DiCesare D, DuPont HL, Mathewson JJ, Ashley D, Martinez-Sandoval F, Pennington JE, Porter SB.
A double blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study of SP-303 (Provir) in the symptomatic treatment of acute diarrhea among travelers to Jamaica and Mexico.
Am J Gastroenterol.    impact factor:   2.945
2002;  97(10): 2585-8

111:  Ruidavets J, Teissedre P, Ferrieres J, Carando S, Bougard G, Cabanis J.
Catechin in the Mediterranean diet: vegetable, fruit or wine?
Atherosclerosis.    impact factor:   2.877
2000;  153(1): 107-17

112:  Kelly MR, Geigerman CM, Loo G.
Epigallocatechin gallate protects U937 cells against nitric oxide-induced cell cycle arrest and apoptosis.
J Cell Biochem.    impact factor:   2.817
2001;  81(4): 647-58

113:  Kavanagh KT, Hafer LJ, Kim DW, Mann KK, Sherr DH, Rogers AE, Sonenshein GE.
Green tea extracts decrease carcinogen-induced mammary tumor burden in rats and rate of breast cancer cell proliferation in culture.
J Cell Biochem.    impact factor:   2.817
2001;  82(3): 387-98

114:  Liu JD, Chen SH, Lin CL, Tsai SH, Liang YC.
Inhibition of melanoma growth and metastasis by combination with (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate and dacarbazine in mice.
J Cell Biochem.    impact factor:   2.817
2001;  83(4): 631-42

115:  Butterweck V, Korte B, Winterhoff H.
Pharmacological and endocrine effects of Hypericum perforatum and hypericin after repeated treatment.
Pharmacopsychiatry.    impact factor:   2.803
2001;  34 Suppl 1: S2-7

116:  Yoshiki Y, Iida T, Okubo K, Kanazawa T.
Chemiluminescence of hemoglobin and identification of related compounds with the hemoglobin chemiluminescence in plasma.
Photochem Photobiol.    impact factor:   2.768
2001;  73(5): 545-50

117:  Yamaguchi K, Honda M, Ikigai H, Hara Y, Shimamura T.
Inhibitory effects of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate on the life cycle of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1).
Antiviral Res.    impact factor:   2.758
2002;  53(1): 19-34

118:  Hiipakka RA, Zhang HZ, Dai W, Dai Q, Liao S.
Structure-activity relationships for inhibition of human 5alpha-reductases by polyphenols.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
2002;  63(6): 1165-76

119:  Ale-Agha N, Stahl W, Sies H.
(-)-Epicatechin effects in rat liver epithelial cells: stimulation of gap junctional communication and counteraction of its loss due to the tumor promoter 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
2002;  63(12): 2145-9

120:  Choi BH, Choi JS, Min DS, Yoon SH, Rhie DJ, Jo YH, Kim MS, Hahn SJ.
Effects of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate, the main component of green tea, on the cloned rat brain Kv1.5 potassium channels.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
2001;  62(5): 527-35

121:  Hong J, Smith TJ, Ho CT, August DA, Yang CS.
Effects of purified green and black tea polyphenols on cyclooxygenase- and lipoxygenase-dependent metabolism of arachidonic acid in human colon mucosa and colon tumor tissues.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
2001;  62(9): 1175-83

122:  Morre DJ, Bridge A, Wu LY, Morre DM.
Preferential inhibition by (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate of the cell surface NADH oxidase and growth of transformed cells in culture.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
2000;  60(7): 937-46

123:  Agarwal R.
Cell signaling and regulators of cell cycle as molecular targets for prostate cancer prevention by dietary agents.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
2000;  60(8): 1051-9

124:  Katiyar SK, Afaq F, Azizuddin K, Mukhtar H.
Inhibition of UVB-induced oxidative stress-mediated phosphorylation of mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling pathways in cultured human epidermal keratinocytes by green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate.
Toxicol Appl Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.73
2001;  176(2): 110-7

125:  Filipe P, Morliere P, Patterson LK, Hug GL, Maziere JC, Maziere C, Freitas JP, Fernandes A, Santus R.
Mechanisms of flavonoid repair reactions with amino acid radicals in models of biological systems: a pulse radiolysis study in micelles and human serum albumin.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2002;  1572(1): 150-62

126:  Roig R, Cascon E, Arola L, Blade C, Salvado MJ.
Procyanidins protect Fao cells against hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2002;  1572(1): 25-30

127:  Filipe P, Morliere P, Patterson LK, Hug GL, Maziere JC, Maziere C, Freitas JP, Fernandes A, Santus R.
Mechanisms of flavonoid repair reactions with amino acid radicals in models of biological systems: a pulse radiolysis study in micelles and human serum albumin.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2002;  1571(2): 102-14

128:  Mochizuki M, Yamazaki S, Kano K, Ikeda T.
Kinetic analysis and mechanistic aspects of autoxidation of catechins.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2002;  1569(1-3): 35-44

129:  Annabi B, Lachambre MP, Bousquet-Gagnon N, Page M, Gingras D, Beliveau R.
Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin 3-gallate inhibits MMP-2 secretion and MT1-MMP-driven migration in glioblastoma cells.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2002;  1542(1-3): 209-20

130:  Jodoin J, Demeule M, Beliveau R.
Inhibition of the multidrug resistance P-glycoprotein activity by green tea polyphenols.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2002;  1542(1-3): 149-59

131:  Hotta H, Sakamoto H, Nagano S, Osakai T, Tsujino Y.
Unusually large numbers of electrons for the oxidation of polyphenolic antioxidants.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2001;  1526(2): 159-67

132:  Kim JI, Hong SB, Row KH.
Effect of particle size in preparative reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography on the isolation of epigallocatechin gallate from Korean green tea.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2002;  949(1-2): 275-80

133:  Adachi T, Ando S, Watanabe J.
Characterization of synthetic adsorbents with fine particle sizes for preparative-scale chromatographic separation.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2002;  944(1-2): 41-59

134:  Shibusaw Y, Yanagida A, Isozaki M, Shindo H, Ito Y.
Separation of apple procyanidins into different degrees of polymerization by high-speed counter-current chromatography.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  915(1-2): 253-7

135:  Stach D, Schmitz OJ.
Decrease in concentration of free catechins in tea over time determined by micellar electrokinetic chromatography.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  924(1-2): 519-22

136:  Wollgast J, Pallaroni L, Agazzi ME, Anklam E.
Analysis of procyanidins in chocolate by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography with electrospray ionisation mass spectrometric and tandem mass spectrometric detection.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  926(1): 211-20

137:  Du Q, Cheng H, Ito Y.
Separation of radioactive metabolites in cultured tea cells fed with [14C]phenylalanine using high-speed counter-current chromatography.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  921(2): 331-4

138:  Lopez-Serrano M, Barcelo AR.
Reversed-phase and size-exclusion chromatography as useful tools in the resolution of peroxidase-mediated (+)-catechin oxidation products.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  919(2): 267-73

139:  Yanagida A, Kanda T, Takahashi T, Kamimura A, Hamazono T, Honda S.
Fractionation of apple procyanidins according to their degree of polymerization by normal-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2000;  890(2): 251-9

140:  Cao XL, Tian Y, Zhang TY, Ito Y.
Supercritical fluid extraction of catechins from Cratoxylum prunifolium dyer and subsequent purification by high-speed counter-current chromatography.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2000;  898(1): 75-81

141:  Meng X, Lee MJ, Li C, Sheng S, Zhu N, Sang S, Ho CT, Yang CS.
Formation and identification of 4'-O-methyl-(-)-epigallocatechin in humans.
Drug Metab Dispos.    impact factor:   2.519
2001;  29(6): 789-93

142:  Szeto YT, Benzie IF.
Effects of dietary antioxidants on human DNA ex vivo.
Free Radic Res.    impact factor:   2.493
2002;  36(1): 113-8

143:  Roques SC, Landrault N, Teissedre PL, Laurent C, Besancon P, Rouane JM, Caporiccio B.
Hydrogen peroxide generation in caco-2 cell culture medium by addition of phenolic compounds: effect of ascorbic acid.
Free Radic Res.    impact factor:   2.493
2002;  36(5): 593-9

144:  Osakabe N, Baba S, Yasuda A, Iwamoto T, Kamiyama M, Takizawa T, Itakura H, Kondo K.
Daily cocoa intake reduces the susceptibility of low-density lipoprotein to oxidation as demonstrated in healthy human volunteers.
Free Radic Res.    impact factor:   2.493
2001;  34(1): 93-9

145:  Yoshioka H, Ohashi Y, Akaboshi M, Senba Y, Yoshioka H.
A novel method of measuring hydroxyl radical-scavenging activity of antioxidants using gamma-irradiation.
Free Radic Res.    impact factor:   2.493
2001;  35(3): 265-71

146:  Santus R, Patterson LK, Filipe P, Morliere P, Hug GL, Fernandes A, Maziere JC.
Redox reactions of the urate radical/urate couple with the superoxide radical anion, the tryptophan neutral radical and selected flavonoids in neutral aqueous solutions.
Free Radic Res.    impact factor:   2.493
2001;  35(2): 129-36

147:  Baba S, Osakabe N, Yasuda A, Natsume M, Takizawa T, Nakamura T, Terao J.
Bioavailability of (-)-epicatechin upon intake of chocolate and cocoa in human volunteers.
Free Radic Res.    impact factor:   2.493
2000;  33(5): 635-41

148:  Kidd PS, Llugany M, Poschenrieder C, Gunse B, Barcelo J.
The role of root exudates in aluminium resistance and silicon-induced amelioration of aluminium toxicity in three varieties of maize (Zea mays L.).
J Exp Bot.    impact factor:   2.482
2001;  52(359): 1339-52

149:  Vaidyanathan JB, Walle T.
Transport and metabolism of the tea flavonoid (-)-epicatechin by the human intestinal cell line Caco-2.
Pharm Res.    impact factor:   2.475
2001;  18(10): 1420-5

150:  Arts IC, Jacobs DR Jr, Gross M, Harnack LJ, Folsom AR.
Dietary catechins and cancer incidence among postmenopausal women: the Iowa Women's Health Study (United States).
Cancer Causes Control.    impact factor:   2.464
2002;  13(4): 373-82

151:  Singh AK, Seth P, Anthony P, Husain MM, Madhavan S, Mukhtar H, Maheshwari RK.
Green tea constituent epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits angiogenic differentiation of human endothelial cells.
Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
2002;  401(1): 29-37

152:  McKim SE, Konno A, Gabele E, Uesugi T, Froh M, Sies H, Thurman RG, Arteel GE.
Cocoa extract protects against early alcohol-induced liver injury in the rat.
Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
2002;  406(1): 40-6

153:  Ottaviani JI, Carrasquedo F, Keen CL, Lazarus SA, Schmitz HH, Fraga CG.
Influence of flavan-3-ols and procyanidins on UVC-mediated formation of 8-oxo-7,8-dihydro-2'-deoxyguanosine in isolated DNA.
Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
2002;  406(2): 203-8

154:  Nie G, Jin C, Cao Y, Shen S, Zhao B.
Distinct effects of tea catechins on 6-hydroxydopamine-induced apoptosis in PC12 cells.
Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
2002;  397(1): 84-90

155:  Ahmad N, Adhami VM, Gupta S, Cheng P, Mukhtar H.
Role of the retinoblastoma (pRb)-E2F/DP pathway in cancer chemopreventive effects of green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate.
Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
2002;  398(1): 125-31

156:  Kostyuk VA, Potapovich AI, Vladykovskaya EN, Korkina LG, Afanas'ev IB.
Influence of metal ions on flavonoid protection against asbestos-induced cell injury.
Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
2001;  385(1): 129-37

157:  Bhatia N, Agarwal C, Agarwal R.
Differential responses of skin cancer-chemopreventive agents silibinin, quercetin, and epigallocatechin 3-gallate on mitogenic signaling and cell cycle regulators in human epidermoid carcinoma A431 cells.
Nutr Cancer.    impact factor:   2.342
2001;  39(2): 292-9

158:  Waffo-Teguo P, Hawthorne ME, Cuendet M, Merillon JM, Kinghorn AD, Pezzuto JM, Mehta RG.
Potential cancer-chemopreventive activities of wine stilbenoids and flavans extracted from grape (Vitis vinifera) cell cultures.
Nutr Cancer.    impact factor:   2.342
2001;  40(2): 173-9

159:  Tang FY, Meydani M.
Green tea catechins and vitamin E inhibit angiogenesis of human microvascular endothelial cells through suppression of IL-8 production.
Nutr Cancer.    impact factor:   2.342
2001;  41(1-2): 119-25

160:  Sartippour MR, Heber D, Ma J, Lu Q, Go VL, Nguyen M.
Green tea and its catechins inhibit breast cancer xenografts.
Nutr Cancer.    impact factor:   2.342
2001;  40(2): 149-56

161:  Kim S, Lee MJ, Hong J, Li C, Smith TJ, Yang GY, Seril DN, Yang CS.
Plasma and tissue levels of tea catechins in rats and mice during chronic consumption of green tea polyphenols.
Nutr Cancer.    impact factor:   2.342
2000;  37(1): 41-8

162:  Soleas GJ, Yan J, Goldberg DM.
Measurement of trans-resveratrol, (+)-catechin, and quercetin in rat and human blood and urine by gas chromatography with mass selective detection.
Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
2001;  335: 130-45

163:  Takahashi T.
Biological actions of oligomeric procyanidins: proliferation of epithelial cells and hair follicle growth.
Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
2001;  335: 361-8

164:  Pearson DA, Schmitz HH, Lazarus SA, Keen CL.
Inhibition of in vitro low-density lipoprotein oxidation by oligomeric procyanidins present in chocolate and cocoas.
Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
2001;  335: 350-60

165:  Kondo K, Kurihara M, Fukuhara K.
Mechanism of antioxidant effect of catechins.
Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
2001;  335: 203-17

166:  Ursini F, Rapuzzi I, Toniolo R, Tubaro F, Bontempelli G.
Characterization of antioxidant effect of procyanidins.
Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
2001;  335: 338-50

167:  Cheynier V, Labarbe B, Moutounet M.
Estimation of procyanidin chain length.
Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
2001;  335: 82-94

168:  Crouvezier S, Powell B, Keir D, Yaqoob P.
The effects of phenolic components of tea on the production of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines by human leukocytes in vitro.
Cytokine.    impact factor:   2.291
2001;  13(5): 280-6

169:  Proniuk S, Liederer BM, Blanchard J.
Preformulation study of epigallocatechin gallate, a promising antioxidant for topical skin cancer prevention.
J Pharm Sci.    impact factor:   2.27
2002;  91(1): 111-6

170:  Paliyath G, Poovaiah BW.
Identification of naturally occurring calmodulin inhibitors in plants and their effects on calcium- and calmodulin-promoted protein phosphorylation.
Plant Cell Physiol.    impact factor:   2.259
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171:  Kamimura A, Takahashi T.
Procyanidin B-2, extracted from apples, promotes hair growth: a laboratory study.
Br J Dermatol.    impact factor:   2.23
2002;  146(1): 41-51

172:  Cren-Olive C, Deprez S, Lebrun S, Coddeville B, Rolando C.
Characterization of methylation site of monomethylflavan-3-ols by liquid chromatography/electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry.
Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom.    impact factor:   2.184
2000;  14(23): 2312-9

173:  Pan CY, Kao YH, Fox AP.
Enhancement of inward Ca(2+) currents in bovine chromaffin cells by green tea polyphenol extracts.
Neurochem Int.    impact factor:   2.175
2002;  40(2): 131-7

174:  Adcocks C, Collin P, Buttle DJ.
Catechins from green tea (Camellia sinensis) inhibit bovine and human cartilage proteoglycan and type II collagen degradation in vitro.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2002;  132(3): 341-6

175:  Loest HB, Noh SK, Koo SI.
Green tea extract inhibits the lymphatic absorption of cholesterol and alpha-tocopherol in ovariectomized rats.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2002;  132(6): 1282-8

176:  Schewe T, Kuhn H, Sies H.
Flavonoids of cocoa inhibit recombinant human 5-lipoxygenase.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2002;  132(7): 1825-9

177:  Sugisawa A, Umegaki K.
Physiological concentrations of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-O-gallate (EGCg) prevent chromosomal damage induced by reactive oxygen species in WIL2-NS cells.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2002;  132(7): 1836-9

178:  Sartippour MR, Shao ZM, Heber D, Beatty P, Zhang L, Liu C, Ellis L, Liu W, Go VL, Brooks MN.
Green tea inhibits vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) induction in human breast cancer cells.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2002;  132(8): 2307-11

179:  Warden BA, Smith LS, Beecher GR, Balentine DA, Clevidence BA.
Catechins are bioavailable in men and women drinking black tea throughout the day.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2001;  131(6): 1731-7

180:  Donovan JL, Crespy V, Manach C, Morand C, Besson C, Scalbert A, Remesy C.
Catechin is metabolized by both the small intestine and liver of rats.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2001;  131(6): 1753-7

181:  Baba S, Osakabe N, Natsume M, Muto Y, Takizawa T, Terao J.
In vivo comparison of the bioavailability of (+)-catechin, (-)-epicatechin and their mixture in orally administered rats.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2001;  131(11): 2885-91

182:  Rumpler W, Seale J, Clevidence B, Judd J, Wiley E, Yamamoto S, Komatsu T, Sawaki T, Ishikura Y, Hosoda K.
Oolong tea increases metabolic rate and fat oxidation in men.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2001;  131(11): 2848-52

183:  Lamuela-Raventos RM, Andres-Lacueva C, Permanyer J, Izquierdo-Pulido M.
More antioxidants in cocoa.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2001;  131(3): 834-5

184:  Leung LK, Su Y, Chen R, Zhang Z, Huang Y, Chen ZY.
Theaflavins in black tea and catechins in green tea are equally effective antioxidants.
J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
2001;  131(9): 2248-51

185:  Gao C, Mayon P, MacManus DA, Vulfson EN.
Novel enzymatic approach to the synthesis of flavonoid glycosides and their esters.
Biotechnol Bioeng.    impact factor:   2.115
2000;  71(3): 235-43

186:  Meulenbeld GH, Hartmans S.
Transglycosylation by Streptococcus mutans GS-5 glucosyltransferase-D: acceptor specificity and engineering of reaction conditions.
Biotechnol Bioeng.    impact factor:   2.115
2000;  70(4): 363-9

187:  Orner GA, Dashwood WM, Blum CA, Diaz GD, Li Q, Al-Fageeh M, Tebbutt N, Heath JK, Ernst M, Dashwood RH.
Response of Apc(min) and A33 (delta N beta-cat) mutant mice to treatment with tea, sulindac, and 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP).
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2002;  506-507: 121-7

188:  Gupta S, Saha B, Giri AK.
Comparative antimutagenic and anticlastogenic effects of green tea and black tea: a review.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2002;  512(1): 37-65

189:  Dhawan A, Anderson D, de Pascual-Teresa S, Santos-Buelga C, Clifford MN, Ioannides C.
Evaluation of the antigenotoxic potential of monomeric and dimeric flavanols, and black tea polyphenols against heterocyclic amine-induced DNA damage in human lymphocytes using the Comet assay.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2002;  515(1-2): 39-56

190:  Ohe T, Marutani K, Nakase S.
Catechins are not major components responsible for anti-genotoxic effects of tea extracts against nitroarenes.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  496(1-2): 75-81

191:  Muto S, Fujita K, Yamazaki Y, Kamataki T.
Inhibition by green tea catechins of metabolic activation of procarcinogens by human cytochrome P450.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  479(1-2): 197-206

192:  Pillai SP, Pillai CA, Shankel DM, Mitscher LA.
The ability of certain antimutagenic agents to prevent development of antibiotic resistance.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  496(1-2): 61-73

193:  Santana-Rios G, Orner GA, Amantana A, Provost C, Wu SY, Dashwood RH.
Potent antimutagenic activity of white tea in comparison with green tea in the Salmonella assay.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  495(1-2): 61-74

194:  Fujiki H, Suganuma M, Okabe S, Sueoka E, Sueoka N, Fujimoto N, Goto Y, Matsuyama S, Imai K, Nakachi K.
Cancer prevention with green tea and monitoring by a new biomarker, hnRNP B1.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  480-481: 299-304

195:  Mure K, Rossman TG.
Reduction of spontaneous mutagenesis in mismatch repair-deficient and proficient cells by dietary antioxidants.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  480-481: 85-95

196:  Katayama Y, Homma T, Hara Y, Hirai K.
Tea catechin, (-)-epigallocatechin gallate, facilitates cholinergic ganglion transmission in the myenteric plexus of the guinea-pig small intestine.
Neurosci Lett.    impact factor:   2.085
2002;  319(2): 63-6

197:  Chan P, Cheng JT, Tsai JC, Lien GS, Chen FC, Kao PF, Liu JC, Chen YJ, Hsieh MH.
Effect of catechin on the activity and gene expression of superoxide dismutase in cultured rat brain astrocytes.
Neurosci Lett.    impact factor:   2.085
2002;  328(3): 281-4

198:  Homma T, Hirai K, Hara Y, Katayama Y.
Tea catechin, (-)-epigallocatechin gallate, causes membrane depolarizations of myenteric neurons in the guinea-pig small intestine.
Neurosci Lett.    impact factor:   2.085
2001;  309(2): 93-6

199:  Locher R, Emmanuele L, Suter PM, Vetter W, Barton M.
Green tea polyphenols inhibit human vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation stimulated by native low-density lipoprotein.
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
2002;  434(1-2): 1-7

200:  Booker FL, Maier CA.
Atmospheric carbon dioxide, irrigation, and fertilization effects on phenolic and nitrogen concentrations in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) needles.
Tree Physiol.    impact factor:   2.042
2001;  21(9): 609-16

201:  Takada M, Ku Y, Habara K, Ajiki T, Suzuki Y, Kuroda Y.
Inhibitory effect of epigallocatechin-3-gallate on growth and invasion in human biliary tract carcinoma cells.
World J Surg.    impact factor:   2.025
2002;  26(6): 683-6

202:  Abou-Agag LH, Aikens ML, Tabengwa EM, Benza RL, Shows SR, Grenett HE, Booyse FM.
Polyphyenolics increase t-PA and u-PA gene transcription in cultured human endothelial cells.
Alcohol Clin Exp Res.    impact factor:   2.013
2001;  25(2): 155-62

203:  Donovan JL, Kasim-Karakas S, German JB, Waterhouse AL.
Urinary excretion of catechin metabolites by human subjects after red wine consumption.
Br J Nutr.    impact factor:   1.944
2002;  87(1): 31-7

204:  Donovan JL, Manach C, Rios L, Morand C, Scalbert A, Remesy C.
Procyanidins are not bioavailable in rats fed a single meal containing a grapeseed extract or the procyanidin dimer B3.
Br J Nutr.    impact factor:   1.944
2002;  87(4): 299-306

205:  Young JF, Dragstedt LO, Haraldsdottir J, Daneshvar B, Kal MA, Loft S, Nilsson L, Nielsen SE, Mayer B, Skibsted LH, Huynh-Ba T, Hermetter A, Sandstrom B.
Green tea extract only affects markers of oxidative status postprandially: lasting antioxidant effect of flavonoid-free diet.
Br J Nutr.    impact factor:   1.944
2002;  87(4): 343-55

206:  Baba S, Osakabe N, Natsume M, Yasuda A, Takizawa T, Nakamura T, Terao J.
Cocoa powder enhances the level of antioxidative activity in rat plasma.
Br J Nutr.    impact factor:   1.944
2000;  84(5): 673-80

207:  Tokunaga S, White IR, Frost C, Tanaka K, Kono S, Tokudome S, Akamatsu T, Moriyama T, Zakouji H.
Green tea consumption and serum lipids and lipoproteins in a population of healthy workers in Japan.
Ann Epidemiol.    impact factor:   1.862
2002;  12(3): 157-65

208:  Sang S, Cheng X, Stark RE, Rosen RT, Yang CS, Ho CT.
Chemical studies on antioxidant mechanism of tea catechins: analysis of radical reaction products of catechin and epicatechin with 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl.
Bioorg Med Chem.    impact factor:   1.799
2002;  10(7): 2233-7

209:  Feng R, He W, Ochi H.
A new murine oxidative stress model associated with senescence.
Mech Ageing Dev.    impact factor:   1.788
2001;  122(6): 547-59

210:  Park J, Kamendulis LM, Klaunig JE.
Mechanisms of 2-butoxyethanol carcinogenicity: studies on Syrian Hamster Embryo (SHE) cell transformation.
Toxicol Sci.    impact factor:   1.778
2002;  68(1): 43-50

211:  Lung HL, Ip WK, Wong CK, Mak NK, Chen ZY, Leung KN.
Anti-proliferative and differentiation-inducing activities of the green tea catechin epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) on the human eosinophilic leukemia EoL-1 cell line.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2002;  72(3): 257-68

212:  Sanae F, Miyaichi Y, Kizu H, Hayashi H.
Effects of catechins on vascular tone in rat thoracic aorta with endothelium.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2002;  71(21): 2553-62

213:  Tan X, Zhang Y, Jiang B, Zhou D.
Changes in ceramide levels upon catechins-induced apoptosis in LoVo cells.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2002;  70(17): 2023-9

214:  Park YB, Jeon SM, Byun SJ, Kim HS, Choi MS.
Absorption of intestinal free cholesterol is lowered by supplementation of Areca catechu L. extract in rats.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2002;  70(16): 1849-59

215:  Ratna WN, Simonelli JA.
The action of dietary phytochemicals quercetin, catechin, resveratrol and naringenin on estrogen-mediated gene expression.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2002;  70(13): 1577-89

216:  Choi YT, Jung CH, Lee SR, Bae JH, Baek WK, Suh MH, Park J, Park CW, Suh SI.
The green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin gallate attenuates beta-amyloid-induced neurotoxicity in cultured hippocampal neurons.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2001;  70(5): 603-14

217:  Zou CG, Agar NS, Jones GL.
Oxidative insult to human red blood cells induced by free radical initiator AAPH and its inhibition by a commercial antioxidant mixture.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2001;  69(1): 75-86

218:  Chung LY, Cheung TC, Kong SK, Fung KP, Choy YM, Chan ZY, Kwok TT.
Induction of apoptosis by green tea catechins in human prostate cancer DU145 cells.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2001;  68(10): 1207-14

219:  Gupta S, Chaudhuri T, Ganguly DK, Giri AK.
Anticlastogenic effects of black tea (World blend) and its two active polyphenols theaflavins and thearubigins in vivo in Swiss albino mice.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2001;  69(23): 2735-44

220:  Carini M, Aldini G, Bombardelli E, Morazzoni P, Maffei Facino R.
UVB-induced hemolysis of rat erythrocytes: protective effect of procyanidins from grape seeds.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2000;  67(15): 1799-814

221:  Mao TK, Powell J, Van de Water J, Keen CL, Schmitz HH, Hammerstone JF, Gershwin ME.
The effect of cocoa procyanidins on the transcription and secretion of interleukin 1 beta in peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2000;  66(15): 1377-86

222:  Tillekeratne LM, Sherette A, Grossman P, Hupe L, Hupe D, Hudson RA.
Simplified catechin-gallate inhibitors of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase.
Bioorg Med Chem Lett.    impact factor:   1.759
2001;  11(20): 2763-7

223:  Gupta S, Mukhtar H.
Green tea and prostate cancer.
Urol Clin North Am.    impact factor:   1.71
2002;  29(1): 49-57, viii

224:  Sakamoto Y, Mikuriya H, Tayama K, Takahashi H, Nagasawa A, Yano N, Yuzawa K, Ogata A, Aoki N.
Goitrogenic effects of green tea extract catechins by dietary administration in rats.
Arch Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.683
2001;  75(10): 591-6

225:  Sano M, Tabata M, Suzuki M, Degawa M, Miyase T, Maeda-Yamamoto M.
Simultaneous determination of twelve tea catechins by high-performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection.
Analyst.    impact factor:   1.677
2001;  126(6): 816-20

226:  Wu J, Xie W, Pawliszyn J.
Automated in-tube solid phase microextraction coupled with HPLC-ES-MS for the determination of catechins and caffeine in tea.
Analyst.    impact factor:   1.677
2000;  125(12): 2216-22

227:  Arts IC, Hollman PC, Feskens EJ, Bueno de Mesquita HB, Kromhout D.
Catechin intake and associated dietary and lifestyle factors in a representative sample of Dutch men and women.
Eur J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   1.668
2001;  55(2): 76-81

228:  Lin LC, Kuo YC, Chou CJ.
Immunomodulatory proanthocyanidins from Ecdysanthera utilis.
J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
2002;  65(4): 505-8

229:  Suksamrarn S, Suwannapoch N, Ratananukul P, Aroonlerk N, Suksamrarn A.
Xanthones from the green fruit hulls of Garcinia mangostana.
J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
2002;  65(5): 761-3

230:  Su BN, Cuendet M, Hawthorne ME, Kardono LB, Riswan S, Fong HH, Mehta RG, Pezzuto JM, Kinghorn AD.
Constituents of the bark and twigs of Artocarpus dadah with cyclooxygenase inhibitory activity.
J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
2002;  65(2): 163-9

231:  Hosny M, Dhar K, Rosazza JP.
Hydroxylations and methylations of quercetin, fisetin, and catechin by Streptomyces griseus.
J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
2001;  64(4): 462-5

232:  Baumann D, Adler S, Hamburger M.
A simple isolation method for the major catechins in green tea using high-speed countercurrent chromatography.
J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
2001;  64(3): 353-5

233:  Hwang BY, Kim HS, Lee JH, Hong YS, Ro JS, Lee KS, Lee JJ.
Antioxidant benzoylated flavan-3-ol glycoside from Celastrus orbiculatus.
J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
2001;  64(1): 82-4

234:  Hsu TC, Zhao YJ, Wang RY, Wu YF, Spitz MR, Hong WK.
Comparative efficacy as antioxidants between ascorbic acid and epigallocatechin gallate on cells of two human lymphoblastoid lines.
Cancer Genet Cytogenet.    impact factor:   1.625
2001;  124(2): 169-71

235:  Keen CL.
Chocolate: food as medicine/medicine as food.
J Am Coll Nutr.    impact factor:   1.612
2001;  20(5 Suppl): 436S-439S; discussion 440S-442S

236:  Plumb GW, de Pascual-Teresa S, Santos-Buelga C, Rivas-Gonzalo JC, Williamson G.
Antioxidant properties of gallocatechin and prodelphinidins from pomegranate peel.
Redox Rep.    impact factor:   1.581
2002;  7(1): 41-6

237:  Anderson RF, Fisher LJ, Harris T.
The 'pivotal antioxidant' hypothesis for the role of flavonoids in their reduction of HO* radical-induced damage on DNA.
Redox Rep.    impact factor:   1.581
2001;  6(3): 197-9

238:  Hu M, Skibsted LH.
Kinetics of reduction of ferrylmyoglobin by (-)-epigallocatechin gallate and green tea extract.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(10): 2998-3003

239:  Malien-Aubert C, Dangles O, Amiot MJ.
Influence of procyanidins on the color stability of oenin solutions.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(11): 3299-305

240:  Wada L, Ou B.
Antioxidant activity and phenolic content of Oregon caneberries.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(12): 3495-500

241:  Kim DO, Lee KW, Lee HJ, Lee CY.
Vitamin C equivalent antioxidant capacity (VCEAC) of phenolic phytochemicals.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(13): 3713-7

242:  Hossain SJ, Hamamoto K, Aoshima H, Hara Y.
Effects of tea components on the response of GABA(A) receptors expressed in Xenopus Oocytes.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(14): 3954-60

243:  Wang J, Mazza G.
Effects of anthocyanins and other phenolic compounds on the production of tumor necrosis factor alpha in LPS/IFN-gamma-activated RAW 264.7 macrophages.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(15): 4183-9

244:  Ferreira D, Guyot S, Marnet N, Delgadillo I, Renard CM, Coimbra MA.
Composition of phenolic compounds in a Portuguese pear (Pyrus communis L. var. S. Bartolomeu) and changes after sun-drying.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(16): 4537-44

245:  Gu L, Kelm M, Hammerstone JF, Beecher G, Cunningham D, Vannozzi S, Prior RL.
Fractionation of polymeric procyanidins from lowbush blueberry and quantification of procyanidins in selected foods with an optimized normal-phase HPLC-MS fluorescent detection method.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(17): 4852-60

246:  Woffenden HM, Ames JM, Chandra S, Anese M, Nicoli MC.
Effect of kilning on the antioxidant and pro-oxidant activities of pale malts.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(17): 4925-33

247:  Yamakoshi J, Saito M, Kataoka S, Tokutake S.
Procyanidin-rich extract from grape seeds prevents cataract formation in hereditary cataractous (ICR/f) rats.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(17): 4983-8

248:  Hossain SJ, Kato H, Aoshima H, Yokoyama T, Yamada M, Hara Y.
Polyphenol-induced inhibition of the response of na(+)/glucose cotransporter expressed in Xenopus oocytes.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(18): 5215-9

249:  Seeram NP, Nair MG.
Inhibition of lipid peroxidation and structure-activity-related studies of the dietary constituents anthocyanins, anthocyanidins, and catechins.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(19): 5308-12

250:  Hosny M, Rosazza JP.
Novel oxidations of (+)-catechin by horseradish peroxidase and laccase.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(20): 5539-45

251:  Es-Safi NE, Cheynier V, Moutounet M.
Role of aldehydic derivatives in the condensation of phenolic compounds with emphasis on the sensorial properties of fruit-derived foods.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(20): 5571-85

252:  Fujimura Y, Tachibana H, Maeda-Yamamoto M, Miyase T, Sano M, Yamada K.
Antiallergic tea catechin, (-)-epigallocatechin-3-O-(3-O-methyl)-gallate, suppresses FcepsilonRI expression in human basophilic KU812 cells.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(20): 5729-34

253:  Simonetti P, Ciappellano S, Gardana C, Bramati L, Pietta P.
Procyanidins from Vitis vinifera seeds: in vivo effects on oxidative stress.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(21): 6217-21

254:  Khokhar S, Magnusdottir SG.
Total phenol, catechin, and caffeine contents of teas commonly consumed in the United kingdom.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(3): 565-70

255:  Sang S, Lapsley K, Rosen RT, Ho CT.
New prenylated benzoic acid and other constituents from almond hulls (Prunus amygdalus Batsch).
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(3): 607-9

256:  Nunez Selles AJ, Velez Castro HT, Aguero-Aguero J, Gonzalez-Gonzalez J, Naddeo F, De Simone F, Rastrelli L.
Isolation and quantitative analysis of phenolic antioxidants, free sugars, and polyols from mango (Mangifera indica L.) stem bark aqueous decoction used in Cuba as a nutritional supplement.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(4): 762-6

257:  Wang J, Mazza G.
Inhibitory effects of anthocyanins and other phenolic compounds on nitric oxide production in LPS/IFN-gamma-activated RAW 264.7 macrophages.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(4): 850-7

258:  Lopez-Serrano M, Barcelo AR.
Comparative study of the products of the peroxidase-catalyzed and the polyphenoloxidase-catalyzed (+)-catechin oxidation. Their possible implications in strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) browning reactions.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(5): 1218-24

259:  Wettasinghe M, Shahidi F, Amarowicz R.
Identification and quantification of low molecular weight phenolic antioxidants in seeds of evening primrose (Oenothera biennis L.).
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(5): 1267-71

260:  Luo XD, Basile MJ, Kennelly EJ.
Polyphenolic antioxidants from the fruits of Chrysophyllum cainito L. (Star Apple).
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(6): 1379-82

261:  Gowda LR, Paul B.
Diphenol activation of the monophenolase and diphenolase activities of field bean (Dolichos lablab) polyphenol oxidase.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(6): 1608-14

262:  Lopez-Toledano A, Mayen M, Merida J, Medina M.
Yeast-induced inhibition of (+)-catechin and (-)-epicatechin degradation in model solutions.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(6): 1631-5

263:  Zhu QY, Holt RR, Lazarus SA, Ensunsa JL, Hammerstone JF, Schmitz HH, Keen CL.
Stability of the flavan-3-ols epicatechin and catechin and related dimeric procyanidins derived from cocoa.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(6): 1700-5

264:  Fernandez PL, Pablos F, Martin MJ, Gonzalez AG.
Study of catechin and xanthine tea profiles as geographical tracers.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(7): 1833-9

265:  Wang SY, Kuo YH, Chang HN, Kang PL, Tsay HS, Lin KF, Yang NS, Shyur LF.
Profiling and characterization antioxidant activities in Anoectochilus formosanus hayata.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(7): 1859-65

266:  Mateus N, Silva AM, Santos-Buelga C, Rivas-Gonzalo JC, de Freitas V.
Identification of anthocyanin-flavanol pigments in red wines by NMR and mass spectrometry.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(7): 2110-6

267:  Tanaka T, Mine C, Inoue K, Matsuda M, Kouno I.
Synthesis of theaflavin from epicatechin and epigallocatechin by plant homogenates and role of epicatechin quinone in the synthesis and degradation of theaflavin.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(7): 2142-8

268:  Vidal S, Cartalade D, Souquet JM, Fulcrand H, Cheynier V.
Changes in proanthocyanidin chain length in winelike model solutions.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(8): 2261-6

269:  Ito H, Kobayashi E, Li SH, Hatano T, Sugita D, Kubo N, Shimura S, Itoh Y, Tokuda H, Nishino H, Yoshida T.
Antitumor activity of compounds isolated from leaves of Eriobotrya japonica.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(8): 2400-3

270:  Nakagawa T, Yokozawa T, Terasawa K, Shu S, Juneja LR.
Protective activity of green tea against free radical- and glucose-mediated protein damage.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(8): 2418-22

271:  Bandoniene D, Murkovic M.
On-line HPLC-DPPH screening method for evaluation of radical scavenging phenols extracted from apples (Malus domestica L.).
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(9): 2482-7

272:  Brunet MJ, Blade C, Salvado MJ, Arola L.
Human apo A-I and rat transferrin are the principal plasma proteins that bind wine catechins.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2002;  50(9): 2708-12

273:  Guyot S, Marnet N, Drilleau J.
Thiolysis-HPLC characterization of apple procyanidins covering a large range of polymerization states.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(1): 14-20

274:  Baba S, Osakabe N, Natsume M, Muto Y, Takizawa T, Terao J.
Absorption and urinary excretion of (-)-epicatechin after administration of different levels of cocoa powder or (-)-epicatechin in rats.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(12): 6050-6

275:  Chen Z, Zhu QY, Tsang D, Huang Y.
Degradation of green tea catechins in tea drinks.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(1): 477-82

276:  Bradshaw MP, Prenzler PD, Scollary GR.
Ascorbic acid-induced browning of (+)-catechin in a model wine system.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(2): 934-9

277:  de Freitas V, Mateus N.
Structural features of procyanidin interactions with salivary proteins.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(2): 940-5

278:  Kohri T, Nanjo F, Suzuki M, Seto R, Matsumoto N, Yamakawa M, Hojo H, Hara Y, Desai D, Amin S, Conaway CC, Chung FL.
Synthesis of (-)-[4-3H]epigallocatechin gallate and its metabolic fate in rats after intravenous administration.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(2): 1042-8

279:  Botia JM, Ortuno A, Benavente-Garcia O, Baidez AG, Frias J, Marcos D, Del Rio JA.
Modulation of the biosynthesis of some phenolic compounds in Olea europaea L. fruits: their influence on olive oil quality.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(1): 355-8

280:  Escribano-Bailon T, Alvarez-Garcia M, Rivas-Gonzalo JC, Heredia FJ, Santos-Buelga C.
Color and stability of pigments derived from the acetaldehyde-mediated condensation between malvidin 3-O-glucoside and (+)-catechin.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(3): 1213-7

281:  Prior RL, Lazarus SA, Cao G, Muccitelli H, Hammerstone JF.
Identification of procyanidins and anthocyanins in blueberries and cranberries (Vaccinium spp.) using high-performance liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(3): 1270-6

282:  Fujimura Y, Tachibana H, Yamada K.
A tea catechin suppresses the expression of the high-affinity IgE receptor Fc epsilon RI in human basophilic KU812 cells.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(5): 2527-31

283:  Pedrielli P, Pedulli GF, Skibsted LH.
Antioxidant mechanism of flavonoids. Solvent effect on rate constant for chain-breaking reaction of quercetin and epicatechin in autoxidation of methyl linoleate.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(6): 3034-40

284:  Landrault N, Poucheret P, Ravel P, Gasc F, Cros G, Teissedre PL.
Antioxidant capacities and phenolics levels of French wines from different varieties and vintages.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(7): 3341-8

285:  Kohri T, Matsumoto N, Yamakawa M, Suzuki M, Nanjo F, Hara Y, Oku N.
Metabolic fate of (-)-[4-(3)H]epigallocatechin gallate in rats after oral administration.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(8): 4102-12

286:  Alberto MR, Farias ME, Manca De Nadra MC.
Effect of gallic acid and catechin on Lactobacillus hilgardii 5w growth and metabolism of organic compounds.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(9): 4359-63

287:  Torres JL, Bobet R.
New flavanol derivatives from grape (Vitis vinifera) byproducts. Antioxidant aminoethylthio-flavan-3-ol conjugates from a polymeric waste fraction used as a source of flavanols.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(10): 4627-34

288:  Riedl KM, Hagerman AE.
Tannin-protein complexes as radical scavengers and radical sinks.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(10): 4917-23

289:  Rajnarayanan RV, Rowley CW, Hopkins NE, Alworth WL.
Regulation of phenobarbital-mediated induction of CYP102 (cytochrome P450(BM-3)) in Bacillus megaterium by phytochemicals from soy and green tea.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(10): 4930-6

290:  Burns J, Gardner PT, Matthews D, Duthie GG, Lean ME, Crozier A.
Extraction of phenolics and changes in antioxidant activity of red wines during vinification.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(12): 5797-808

291:  Sun B, Spranger I, Roque-do-Vale F, Leandro C, Belchior P.
Effect of different winemaking technologies on phenolic composition in Tinta Miuda red wines.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(12): 5809-16

292:  Takahata Y, Ohnishi-Kameyama M, Furuta S, Takahashi M, Suda I.
Highly polymerized procyanidins in brown soybean seed coat with a high radical-scavenging activity.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(12): 5843-7

293:  Jin CF, Shen SR Sr, Zhao BL.
Different effects of five catechins on 6-hydroxydopamine-induced apoptosis in PC12 cells.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(12): 6033-8

294:  Peng Z, Hayasaka Y, Iland PG, Sefton M, Hoj P, Waters EJ.
Quantitative analysis of polymeric procyanidins (Tannins) from grape (Vitis vinifera) seeds by reverse phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2001;  49(1): 26-31

295:  Toschi TG, Bordoni A, Hrelia S, Bendini A, Lercker G, Biagi PL.
The protective role of different green tea extracts after oxidative damage is related to their catechin composition.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(9): 3973-8

296:  Yang Y, Chien M.
Characterization of grape procyanidins using high-performance liquid Chromatography/Mass spectrometry and matrix-assisted laser Desorption/Ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(9): 3990-6

297:  Kida K, Suzuki M, Matsumoto N, Nanjo F, Hara Y.
Identification of biliary metabolites of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate in rats.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(9): 4151-5

298:  Es-Safi NE, Le Guerneve C, Cheynier V, Moutounet M.
New phenolic compounds formed by evolution of (+)-catechin and glyoxylic acid in hydroalcoholic solution and their implication in color changes of grape-derived foods.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(9): 4233-40

299:  Nicoli MC, Calligaris S, Manzocco L.
Effect of enzymatic and chemical oxidation on the antioxidant capacity of catechin model systems and apple derivatives.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(10): 4576-80

300:  Degenhardt A, Engelhardt UH, Wendt AS, Winterhalter P.
Isolation of black tea pigments using high-speed countercurrent chromatography and studies on properties of black tea polymers.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5200-5

301:  Buschmann H, Reilly K, Rodriguez MX, Tohme J, Beeching JR.
Hydrogen peroxide and flavan-3-ols in storage roots of cassava (Manihot esculenta crantz) during postharvest deterioration.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5522-9

302:  Kobayashi Y, Suzuki M, Satsu H, Arai S, Hara Y, Suzuki K, Miyamoto Y, Shimizu M.
Green tea polyphenols inhibit the sodium-dependent glucose transporter of intestinal epithelial cells by a competitive mechanism.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5618-23

303:  Moini H, Guo Q, Packer L.
Enzyme inhibition and protein-binding action of the procyanidin-rich french maritime pine bark extract, pycnogenol: effect on xanthine oxidase.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5630-9

304:  Suzuki M, Yoshino K, Maeda-Yamamoto M, Miyase T, Sano M.
Inhibitory effects of tea catechins and O-methylated derivatives of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-O-gallate on mouse type IV allergy.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5649-53

305:  Yanagida A, Kanda T, Tanabe M, Matsudaira F, Oliveira Cordeiro JG.
Inhibitory effects of apple polyphenols and related compounds on cariogenic factors of mutans streptococci.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5666-71

306:  Es-Safi NE, Cheynier V, Moutounet M.
Study of the reactions between (+)-catechin and furfural derivatives in the presence or absence of anthocyanins and their implication in food color change.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 5946-54

307:  Sawai Y, Moon JH.
NMR analytical approach to clarify the molecular mechanisms of the antioxidative and radical-scavenging activities of antioxidants in tea using 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 6247-53

308:  Li C, Xie B.
Evaluation of the antioxidant and pro-oxidant effects of tea catechin oxypolymers.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 6362-6

309:  Mattila P, Astola J, Kumpulainen J.
Determination of flavonoids in plant material by HPLC with diode-array and electro-array detections.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 5834-41

310:  Erickson AJ, Ramsewak RS, Smucker AJ, Nair MG.
Nitrification inhibitors from the roots of Leucaena leucocephala.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 6174-7

311:  Kuruto-Niwa R, Inoue S, Ogawa S, Muramatsu M, Nozawa R.
Effects of tea catechins on the ERE-regulated estrogenic activity.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 6355-61

312:  Hashimoto R, Yaita M, Tanaka K, Hara Y, Kojo S.
Inhibition of radical reaction of apolipoprotein B-100 and alpha-tocopherol in human plasma by green tea catechins.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(12): 6380-3

313:  Yee WL, Wang Q, Agdinaoay T, Dang K, Chang H, Grandinetti A, Franke AA, Theriault A.
Green tea catechins decrease apolipoprotein B-100 secretion from HepG2 cells.
Mol Cell Biochem.    impact factor:   1.547
2002;  229(1-2): 85-92

314:  Hu C, Kitts DD.
Evaluation of antioxidant activity of epigallocatechin gallate in biphasic model systems in vitro.
Mol Cell Biochem.    impact factor:   1.547
2001;  218(1-2): 147-55

315:  Rizvi SI, Zaid MA.
Insulin-like effect of (-)epicatechin on erythrocyte membrane acetylcholinesterase activity in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol.    impact factor:   1.519
2001;  28(9): 776-8

316:  Kondo T, Ohta T, Igura K, Hara Y, Kaji K.
Tea catechins inhibit angiogenesis in vitro, measured by human endothelial cell growth, migration and tube formation, through inhibition of VEGF receptor binding.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2002;  180(2): 139-44

317:  Carnesecchi S, Schneider Y, Lazarus SA, Coehlo D, Gosse F, Raul F.
Flavanols and procyanidins of cocoa and chocolate inhibit growth and polyamine biosynthesis of human colonic cancer cells.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2002;  175(2): 147-55

318:  Ohishi T, Kishimoto Y, Miura N, Shiota G, Kohri T, Hara Y, Hasegawa J, Isemura M.
Synergistic effects of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate with sulindac against colon carcinogenesis of rats treated with azoxymethane.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2002;  177(1): 49-56

319:  Yamagishi M, Natsume M, Osakabe N, Nakamura H, Furukawa F, Imazawa T, Nishikawa A, Hirose M.
Effects of cacao liquor proanthocyanidins on PhIP-induced mutagenesis in vitro, and in vivo mammary and pancreatic tumorigenesis in female Sprague-Dawley rats.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2002;  185(2): 123-30

320:  Wang SI, Mukhtar H.
Gene expression profile in human prostate LNCaP cancer cells by (--) epigallocatechin-3-gallate.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2002;  182(1): 43-51

321:  Kennedy DO, Kojima A, Moffatt J, Yamagiwa H, Yano Y, Hasuma T, Otani S, Matsui-Yuasa I.
Cellular thiol status-dependent inhibition of tumor cell growth via modulation of retinoblastoma protein phosphorylation by (-)-epigallocatechin.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2002;  179(1): 25-32

322:  Suzuki Y, Isemura M.
Inhibitory effect of epigallocatechin gallate on adhesion of murine melanoma cells to laminin.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2001;  173(1): 15-20

323:  Hirose M, Hoshiya T, Mizoguchi Y, Nakamura A, Akagi K, Shirai T.
Green tea catechins enhance tumor development in the colon without effects in the lung or thyroid after pretreatment with 1,2-Dimethylhydrazine or 2,2'-dihydroxy-di-n-propylnitrosamine in male F344 rats.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2001;  168(1): 23-9

324:  Cutter H, Wu LY, Kim C, Morre DJ, Morre DM.
Is the cancer protective effect correlated with growth inhibitions by green tea (-)-epigallocatechin gallate mediated through an antioxidant mechanism?
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2001;  162(2): 149-54

325:  Uesato S, Kitagawa Y, Kamishimoto M, Kumagai A, Hori H, Nagasawa H.
Inhibition of green tea catechins against the growth of cancerous human colon and hepatic epithelial cells.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2001;  170(1): 41-4

326:  Zhang G, Miura Y, Yagasaki K.
Suppression of adhesion and invasion of hepatoma cells in culture by tea compounds through antioxidative activity.
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
2000;  159(2): 169-73

327:  Renard CM, Baron A, Guyot S, Drilleau JF.
Interactions between apple cell walls and native apple polyphenols: quantification and some consequences.
Int J Biol Macromol.    impact factor:   1.514
2001;  29(2): 115-25

328:  Skrzydlewska E, Ostrowska J, Stankiewicz A, Farbiszewski R.
Green tea as a potent antioxidant in alcohol intoxication.
Addict Biol.    impact factor:   1.487
2002;  7(3): 307-14

329:  Croucher R, Islam S.
Socio-economic aspects of areca nut use.
Addict Biol.    impact factor:   1.487
2002;  7(1): 139-46

330:  Boucher BJ, Mannan N.
Metabolic effects of the consumption of Areca catechu.
Addict Biol.    impact factor:   1.487
2002;  7(1): 103-10

331:  Inoue MB, Inoue M, Fernando Q, Valcic S, Timmermann BN.
Potentiometric and (1)H NMR studies of complexation of Al(3+) with (-)-epigallocatechin gallate, a major active constituent of green tea.
J Inorg Biochem.    impact factor:   1.463
2002;  88(1): 7-13

332:  Hynes MJ, Coinceanainn MO.
Investigation of the release of iron from ferritin by naturally occurring antioxidants.
J Inorg Biochem.    impact factor:   1.463
2002;  90(1-2): 18-21

333:  Hynes MJ, Coinceanainn MO.
The kinetics and mechanisms of the reaction of iron(III) with gallic acid, gallic acid methyl ester and catechin.
J Inorg Biochem.    impact factor:   1.463
2001;  85(2-3): 131-42

334:  Shahat AA, Cos P, De Bruyne T, Apers S, Hammouda FM, Ismail SI, Azzam S, Claeys M, Goovaerts E, Pieters L, Vanden Berghe D, Vlietinck AJ.
Antiviral and antioxidant activity of flavonoids and proanthocyanidins from Crataegus sinaica.
Planta Med.    impact factor:   1.438
2002;  68(6): 539-41

335:  Mantani N, Imanishi N, Kawamata H, Terasawa K, Ochiai H.
Inhibitory effect of (+)-catechin on the growth of influenza A/PR/8 virus in MDCK cells.
Planta Med.    impact factor:   1.438
2001;  67(3): 240-3

336:  Carini M, Stefani R, Aldini G, Ozioli M, Facino RM.
Procyanidins from Vitis vinifera seeds inhibit the respiratory burst of activated human neutrophils and lysosomal enzyme release.
Planta Med.    impact factor:   1.438
2001;  67(8): 714-7

337:  Kostyuk VA, Potapovich AI, Vladykovskaya EN, Hiramatsu M.
Protective effects of green tea catechins against asbestos-induced cell injury.
Planta Med.    impact factor:   1.438
2000;  66(8): 762-4

338:  Chang MJ, Ko CY, Lin RF, Hsieh LL.
Biological monitoring of environment exposure to safrole and the Taiwanese betel quid chewing.
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
2002;  43(4): 432-7

339:  Soleas GJ, Grass L, Josephy PD, Goldberg DM, Diamandis EP.
A comparison of the anticarcinogenic properties of four red wine polyphenols.
Clin Biochem.    impact factor:   1.436
2002;  35(2): 119-24

340:  Soleas GJ, Goldberg DM, Grass L, Levesque M, Diamandis EP.
Do wine polyphenols modulate p53 gene expression in human cancer cell lines?
Clin Biochem.    impact factor:   1.436
2001;  34(5): 415-20

341:  Richard T, Verge S, Berke B, Vercauteren J, Monti JP.
NMR and simulated annealing investigations of bradykinin in presence of polyphenols.
J Biomol Struct Dyn.    impact factor:   1.407
2001;  18(4): 627-37

342:  Mattivi F, Zulian C, Nicolini G, Valenti L.
Wine, biodiversity, technology, and antioxidants.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  957: 37-56

343:  Fitzpatrick DF, Bing B, Maggi DA, Fleming RC, O'Malley RM.
Vasodilating procyanidins derived from grape seeds.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  957: 78-89

344:  Alvarez S, Zaobornyj T, Actis-Goretta L, Fraga CG, Boveris A.
Polyphenols and red wine as peroxynitrite scavengers: a chemiluminescent assay.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  957: 271-3

345:  Fuhrman B, Aviram M.
Preservation of paraoxonase activity by wine flavonoids: possible role in protection of LDL from lipid peroxidation.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  957: 321-4

346:  Fujimoto N, Sueoka N, Sueoka E, Okabe S, Suganuma M, Harada M, Fujiki H.
Lung cancer prevention with (-)-epigallocatechin gallate using monitoring by heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein B1.
Int J Oncol.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  20(6): 1233-9

347:  Bradlow HL, Sepkovic DW.
Diet and breast cancer.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  963: 247-67

348:  Yamashita S, Sakane T, Harada M, Sugiura N, Koda H, Kiso Y, Sezaki H.
Absorption and metabolism of antioxidative polyphenolic compounds in red wine.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  957: 325-8

349:  Srinivasan P, Vadhanam MV, Arif JM, Gupta RC.
A rapid screening assay for antioxidant potential of natural and synthetic agents in vitro.
Int J Oncol.    impact factor:   1.381
2002;  20(5): 983-6

350:  Sueoka N, Suganuma M, Sueoka E, Okabe S, Matsuyama S, Imai K, Nakachi K, Fujiki H.
A new function of green tea: prevention of lifestyle-related diseases.
Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
2001;  928: 274-80

351:  Katiyar SK, Elmets CA.
Green tea polyphenolic antioxidants and skin photoprotection (Review).
Int J Oncol.    impact factor:   1.381
2001;  18(6): 1307-13

352:  Huynh HT, Teel RW.
Effects of plant-derived phenols on rat liver cytochrome P450 2B1 activity.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2002;  22(3): 1699-703

353:  Zhang W, Hashimoto K, Yu GY, Sakagami H.
Decline of superoxide dismutase activity during antioxidant-induced apoptosis in HL-60 cells.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2002;  22(1A): 219-24

354:  Jiang Y, Satoh K, Aratsu C, Kobayashi N, Unten S, Kakuta H, Kikuchi H, Nishikawa H, Ochiai K, Sakagami H.
Combination effect of lignin F and natural products.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2001;  21(2A): 965-70

355:  Hsu S, Lewis JB, Borke JL, Singh B, Dickinson DP, Caughman GB, Athar M, Drake L, Aiken AC, Huynh CT, Das BR, Osaki T, Schuster GS.
Chemopreventive effects of green tea polyphenols correlate with reversible induction of p57 expression.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2001;  21(6A): 3743-8

356:  Sakagami H, Arakawa H, Maeda M, Satoh K, Kadofuku T, Fukuchi K, Gomi K.
Production of hydrogen peroxide and methionine sulfoxide by epigallocatechin gallate and antioxidants.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2001;  21(4A): 2633-41

357:  Sakagami H, Yokote Y, Akahane K.
Changes in amino acid pool and utilization during apoptosis in HL-60 cells induced by epigallocatechin gallate or gallic acid.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2001;  21(4A): 2441-7

358:  Sakagami T, Satoh K, Ishihara M, Sakagami H, Takeda F, Kochi M, Takeda M.
Effect of cobalt ion on radical intensity and cytotoxic activity of antioxidants.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2000;  20(5A): 3143-50

359:  Furuya S, Takayama F, Mimaki Y, Sashida Y, Satoh K, Sakagami H.
Cytotoxic activity of steroidal saponins against human oral tumor cell lines.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2000;  20(6B): 4189-94

360:  Elattar TM, Virji AS.
Effect of tea polyphenols on growth of oral squamous carcinoma cells in vitro.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
2000;  20(5B): 3459-65

361:  de Mejia EG, Ramirez-Mares MV.
Leaf extract from Ardisia compressa protects against 1-nitropyrene-induced cytotoxicity and its antioxidant defense disruption in cultured rat hepatocytes.
Toxicology.    impact factor:   1.343
2002;  179(1-2): 151-62

362:  Bagchi M, Balmoori J, Bagchi D, Stohs SJ, Chakrabarti J, Das DK.
Role of reactive oxygen species in the development of cytotoxicity with various forms of chewing tobacco and pan masala.
Toxicology.    impact factor:   1.343
2002;  179(3): 247-55

363:  Komatsu M, Hiramatsu M.
The efficacy of an antioxidant cocktail on lipid peroxide level and superoxide dismutase activity in aged rat brain and DNA damage in iron-induced epileptogenic foci.
Toxicology.    impact factor:   1.343
2000;  148(2-3): 143-8

364:  Zhu M, Chen Y, Li RC.
Pharmacokinetics and system linearity of tea catechins in rat.
Xenobiotica.    impact factor:   1.335
2001;  31(1): 51-60

365:  Van Amelsvoort JM, Van Hof KH, Mathot JN, Mulder TP, Wiersma A, Tijburg LB.
Plasma concentrations of individual tea catechins after a single oral dose in humans.
Xenobiotica.    impact factor:   1.335
2001;  31(12): 891-901

366:  Zhu BT, Patel UK, Cai MX, Lee AJ, Conney AH.
Rapid conversion of tea catechins to monomethylated products by rat liver cytosolic catechol-O-methyltransferase.
Xenobiotica.    impact factor:   1.335
2001;  31(12): 879-90

367:  de Santi C, Pietrabissa A, Mosca F, Pacifici GM.
Glucuronidation of resveratrol, a natural product present in grape and wine, in the human liver.
Xenobiotica.    impact factor:   1.335
2000;  30(11): 1047-54

368:  Rizvi SI, Zaid MA.
Intracellular reduced glutathione content in normal and type 2 diabetic erythrocytes: effect of insulin and (-)epicatechin.
J Physiol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   1.27
2001;  52(3): 483-8

369:  Liao S, Lin J, Dang MT, Zhang H, Kao YH, Fukuchi J, Hiipakka RA.
Growth suppression of hamster flank organs by topical application of catechins, alizarin, curcumin, and myristoleic acid.
Arch Dermatol Res.    impact factor:   1.267
2001;  293(4): 200-5

370:  Satoh E, Ishii T, Shimizu Y, Sawamura S, Nishimura M.
The mechanism underlying the protective effect of the thearubigin fraction of black tea (Camellia sinensis) extract against the neuromuscular blocking action of botulinum neurotoxins.
Pharmacol Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.263
2002;  90(4): 199-202

371:  Nakagawa T, Yokozawa T.
Direct scavenging of nitric oxide and superoxide by green tea.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
2002;  40(12): 1745-50

372:  Lodovici M, Casalini C, De Filippo C, Copeland E, Xu X, Clifford M, Dolara P.
Inhibition of 1,2-dimethylhydrazine-induced oxidative DNA damage in rat colon mucosa by black tea complex polyphenols.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
2000;  38(12): 1085-8

373:  Jung YD, Ellis LM.
Inhibition of tumour invasion and angiogenesis by epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a major component of green tea.
Int J Exp Pathol.    impact factor:   1.216
2001;  82(6): 309-16

374:  Subagio A, Sari P, Morita N.
Simultaneous determination of (+)-catechin and (-)-epicatechin in cacao and its products by high-performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection.
Phytochem Anal.    impact factor:   1.206
2001;  12(4): 271-6

375:  Karamanlioglu B, Yuksel M, Temiz E, Salihoglu YS, Ciftci S.
Hepatobiliary scintigraphy for evaluating the hepatotoxic effect of halothane and the protective effect of catechin in comparison with histo-chemical analysis of liver tissue.
Nucl Med Commun.    impact factor:   1.165
2002;  23(1): 53-9

376:  Isogai E, Isogai H, Hirose K, Hayashi S, Oguma K.
In vivo synergy between green tea extract and levofloxacin against enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157 infection.
Curr Microbiol.    impact factor:   1.165
2001;  42(4): 248-51

377:  Caridi A.
Protective agents used to reverse the metabolic changes induced in wine yeasts by concomitant osmotic and thermal stress.
Lett Appl Microbiol.    impact factor:   1.157
2002;  35(2): 98-101

378:  Hoshino N, Kimura T, Hayakawa F, Yamaji A, Ando T.
Bactericidal activity of catechin-copper (II) complexes against Staphylococcus aureus compared with Escherichia coli.
Lett Appl Microbiol.    impact factor:   1.157
2000;  31(3): 213-7

379:  Wang LQ, Meselhy MR, Li Y, Nakamura N, Min BS, Qin GW, Hattori M.
The heterocyclic ring fission and dehydroxylation of catechins and related compounds by Eubacterium sp. strain SDG-2, a human intestinal bacterium.
Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.117
2001;  49(12): 1640-3

380:  Yang B, Kotani A, Arai K, Kusu F.
Relationship of electrochemical oxidation of catechins on their antioxidant activity in microsomal lipid peroxidation.
Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.117
2001;  49(6): 747-51

381:  Kamperdick C, Phuong NM, Van Sung T, Adam G.
Guaiane dimers from Xylopia vielana.
Phytochemistry.    impact factor:   1.106
2001;  56(4): 335-40

382:  Akdemir ZS, Tatli II, Saracoglu I, Ismailoglu UB, Sahin-Erdemli I, Calis I.
Polyphenolic compounds from Geranium pratense and their free radical scavenging activities.
Phytochemistry.    impact factor:   1.106
2001;  56(2): 189-93

383:  Smith DM, Dou QP.
Green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin inhibits DNA replication and consequently induces leukemia cell apoptosis.
Int J Mol Med.    impact factor:   1.058
2001;  7(6): 645-52

384:  Byun SJ, Kim HS, Jeon SM, Park YB, Choi MS.
Supplementation of Areca catechu L. extract alters triglyceride absorption and cholesterol metabolism in rats.
Ann Nutr Metab.    impact factor:   1.057
2001;  45(6): 279-84

385:  Jeon SM, Kim HS, Lee TG, Ryu SH, Suh PG, Byun SJ, Park YB, Choi MS.
Lower absorption of cholesteryl oleate in rats supplemented with Areca catechu L. extract.
Ann Nutr Metab.    impact factor:   1.057
2000;  44(4): 170-6

386:  Kida K, Suzuki M, Takagaki A, Nanjo F.
Deodorizing effects of tea catechins on amines and ammonia.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2002;  66(2): 373-7

387:  Ohashi Y, Yoshinaga K, Yoshioka H, Yoshioka H.
Kinetic analysis of the effect of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate on the DNA scission induced by Fe(II).
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2002;  66(4): 770-6

388:  Kumamoto M, Sonda T, Nagayama K, Tabata M.
Effects of pH and metal ions on antioxidative activities of catechins.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2001;  65(1): 126-32

389:  Hayakawa S, Kimura T, Saeki K, Koyama Y, Aoyagi Y, Noro T, Nakamura Y, Isemura M.
Apoptosis-inducing activity of high molecular weight fractions of tea extracts.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2001;  65(2): 459-62

390:  Kajiya K, Kumazawa S, Nakayama T.
Steric effects on interaction of tea catechins with lipid bilayers.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2001;  65(12): 2638-43

391:  Yoshioka H, Senba Y, Saito K, Kimura T, Hayakawa F.
Spin-trapping study on the hydroxyl radical formed from a tea catechin-Cu(II) system.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2001;  65(8): 1697-706

392:  Kawase M, Wang R, Shiomi T, Saijo R, Yagi K.
Antioxidative activity of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-(3''-O-methyl)gallate isolated from fresh tea leaf and preliminary results on its biological activity.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2000;  64(10): 2218-20

393:  Natsume M, Osakabe N, Yamagishi M, Takizawa T, Nakamura T, Miyatake H, Hatano T, Yoshida T.
Analyses of polyphenols in cacao liquor, cocoa, and chocolate by normal-phase and reversed-phase HPLC.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2000;  64(12): 2581-7

394:  Chang JJ, Chen TH, Chan P, Chen YJ, Hsu FL, Lo MY, Lin JY.
The in vitro inhibitory effect of tannin derivatives on 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme a reductase on vero cells.
Pharmacology.    impact factor:   1.019
2001;  62(4): 224-8

395:  Amantana A, Santana-Rios G, Butler JA, Xu M, Whanger PD, Dashwood RH.
Antimutagenic activity of selenium-enriched green tea toward the heterocyclic amine 2-amino-3-methylimidazo[4,5-f]quinoline.
Biol Trace Elem Res.    impact factor:   .951
2002;  86(2): 177-91

396:  Kuo SM, Huang CT, Blum P, Chang C.
Quercetin cumulatively enhances copper induction of metallothionein in intestinal cells.
Biol Trace Elem Res.    impact factor:   .951
2001;  84(1-3): 1-10

397:  Anghileri LJ, Thouvenot P.
Natural polyphenols-iron interaction: its biological importance.
Biol Trace Elem Res.    impact factor:   .951
2000;  73(3): 251-8

398:  Kim J, Hwang JS, Cho YK, Han Y, Jeon YJ, Yang KH.
Protective effects of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate on UVA- and UVB-induced skin damage.
Skin Pharmacol Appl Skin Physiol.    impact factor:   .94
2001;  14(1): 11-9

399:  Yamamoto A, Kodama S, Matsunaga A, Nakazawa H, Hayakawa K.
Fluorescence-detected circular dichroism by modulated beam in the wavelength axial direction.
Enantiomer.    impact factor:   .922
2002;  7(4-5): 225-9

400:  Kubota Y, Umegaki K, Tanaka N, Mizuno H, Nakamura K, Kunitomo M, Shinozuka K.
Safety of dietary supplements: chronotropic and inotropic effects on isolated rat atria.
Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
2002;  25(2): 197-200

401:  Yokozawa T, Kashiwada Y, Hattori M, Chung HY.
Study on the components of luobuma with peroxynitrite-scavenging activity.
Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
2002;  25(6): 748-52

402:  Suzuki K, Yahara S, Hashimoto F, Uyeda M.
Inhibitory activities of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-O-gallate against topoisomerases I and II.
Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
2001;  24(9): 1088-90

403:  Isozaki T, Tamura H.
Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) inhibits the sulfation of 1-naphthol in a human colon carcinoma cell line, Caco-2.
Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
2001;  24(9): 1076-8

404:  Okabe S, Fujimoto N, Sueoka N, Suganuma M, Fujiki H.
Modulation of gene expression by (-)-epigallocatechin gallate in PC-9 cells using a cDNA expression array.
Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
2001;  24(8): 883-6

405:  Sato H, Matsui T, Arakawa Y.
The protective effect of catechin on gastric mucosal lesions in rats, and its hormonal mechanisms.
J Gastroenterol.    impact factor:   .819
2002;  37(2): 106-11

406:  Strickland SS, Veena GV, Houghton PJ, Stanford SC, Kurpad AV.
Areca nut, energy metabolism and hunger in Asian men.
Ann Hum Biol.    impact factor:   .816
2003;  30(1): 26-52

407:  Matteucci E, Rizvi SI, Giampietro O.
Erythrocyte sodium/hydrogen exchange inhibition by (-) epicatechin.
Cell Biol Int.    impact factor:   .731
2001;  25(8): 771-6

408:  Sachs M, von Eichel J, Asskali F.
[Wound management with coconut oil in Indonesian folk medicine]
Chirurg.    impact factor:   .725
2002;  73(4): 387-92

409:  Syiem D, Syngai G, Khup PZ, Khongwir BS, Kharbuli B, Kayang H.
Hypoglycemic effects of Potentilla fulgens L. in normal and alloxan-induced diabetic mice.
J Ethnopharmacol.    impact factor:   .687
2002;  83(1-2): 55-61

410:  Muraoka K, Shimizu K, Sun X, Tani T, Izumi R, Miwa K, Yamamoto K.
Flavonoids exert diverse inhibitory effects on the activation of NF-kappaB.
Transplant Proc.    impact factor:   .678
2002;  34(4): 1335-40

411:  Wittig J, Leipolz I, Graefe EU, Jaki B, Treutter D, Veit M.
Quantification of procyanidins in oral herbal medicinal products containing extracts of Crataegus species.
Arzneimittelforschung.    impact factor:   .671
2002;  52(2): 89-96

412:  Umegaki K, Sugisawa A, Yamada K, Higuchi M.
Analytical method of measuring tea catechins in human plasma by solid-phase extraction and HPLC with electrochemical detection.
J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo).    impact factor:   .653
2001;  47(6): 402-8

413:  Hirano R, Sasamoto W, Matsumoto A, Itakura H, Igarashi O, Kondo K.
Antioxidant ability of various flavonoids against DPPH radicals and LDL oxidation.
J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo).    impact factor:   .653
2001;  47(5): 357-62

414:  Chen YZ, Ung CY.
Computer automated prediction of potential therapeutic and toxicity protein targets of bioactive compounds from Chinese medicinal plants.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
2002;  30(1): 139-54

415:  Shimada Y, Goto H, Kogure T, Shibahara N, Sakakibara I, Sasaki H, Terasawa K.
Protective effect of phenolic compounds isolated from the hooks and stems of Uncaria sinensis on glutamate-induced neuronal death.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
2001;  29(1): 173-80

416:  Robert AM, Tixier JM, Robert L, Legeais JM, Renard G.
Effect of procyanidolic oligomers on the permeability of the blood-brain barrier.
Pathol Biol (Paris).    impact factor:   .546
2001;  49(4): 298-304

417:  Kumar M, Kannan A, Upreti RK.
Effect of betel/areca nut (Areca catechu) extracts on intestinal epithelial cell lining.
Vet Hum Toxicol.    impact factor:   .531
2000;  42(5): 257-60

418:  Liebler DC, Valcic S, Arora A, Burr JA, Cornejo S, Nair MG, Timmerman BN.
Antioxidant reactions of green tea catechins and soy isoflavones.
Adv Exp Med Biol.    impact factor:   .446
2001;  500: 191-7

419:  Yang CS, Yang GY, Chung JY, Lee MJ, Li C.
Tea and tea polyphenols in cancer prevention.
Adv Exp Med Biol.    impact factor:   .446
2001;  492: 39-53

420:  Ploss O, Petereit F, Nahrstedt A.
Procyanidins from the herb of Hypericum perforatum.
Pharmazie.    impact factor:   .446
2001;  56(6): 509-11

421:  Duweler KG, Rohdewald P.
Urinary metabolites of French maritime pine bark extract in humans.
Pharmazie.    impact factor:   .446
2000;  55(5): 364-8

422:  Ghelardini C, Galeotti N, Lelli C, Bartolini A.
M1 receptor activation is a requirement for arecoline analgesia.
Farmaco.    impact factor:   .406
2001;  56(5-7): 383-5

423:  Bibi N, Chaudry MA, Khan F, Ali Z, Sattar A.
Phenolics and physico-chemical characteristics of persimmon during post-harvest storage.
Nahrung.    impact factor:   .395
2001;  45(2): 82-6

424:  Kim JH, Kim SI, Song KS.
Prolyl endopeptidase inhibitors from green tea.
Arch Pharm Res.    impact factor:   .382
2001;  24(4): 292-6

425:  Mathisen E, Diallo D, Andersen OM, Malterud KE.
Antioxidants from the bark of Burkea africana, an African medicinal plant.
Phytother Res.    impact factor:   .364
2002;  16(2): 148-53

426:  Acuna UM, Atha DE, Ma J, Nee MH, Kennelly EJ.
Antioxidant capacities of ten edible North American plants.
Phytother Res.    impact factor:   .364
2002;  16(1): 63-5

427:  Backhouse N, Delporte C, Negrete R, Feliciano SA, Lopez-Perez JL.
Bioactive phenolic derivatives from Acaena splendens methanol extract.
Phytother Res.    impact factor:   .364
2002;  16(6): 562-6

428:  Takahashi T, Kamimura A, Yokoo Y, Honda S, Watanabe Y.
The first clinical trial of topical application of procyanidin B-2 to investigate its potential as a hair growing agent.
Phytother Res.    impact factor:   .364
2001;  15(4): 331-6

429:  Iwai K, Onodera A, Matsue H.
Antioxidant activity and inhibitory effect of Gamazumi (Viburnum dilatatum THUNB.) on oxidative damage induced by water immersion restraint stress in rats.
Int J Food Sci Nutr.    impact factor:   .309
2001;  52(5): 443-51

430:  Langley-Evans SC.
Consumption of black tea elicits an increase in plasma antioxidant potential in humans.
Int J Food Sci Nutr.    impact factor:   .309
2000;  51(5): 309-15

431:  Yadava RN, Sodhi S.
A new flavone glycoside: 5,7,3',4'-tetrahydroxy-3-methoxy flavone-7-O-beta-D-galactopyranosyl-(1-->4)-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside from the stem of Acacia catechu Willd.
J Asian Nat Prod Res.    impact factor:   .294
2002;  4(1): 11-5

432:  Robert AM, Robert L, Renard G.
[Protection of cornea against proteolytic damage. Experimental study of procyanidolic oligomers (PCO) on bovine cornea]
J Fr Ophtalmol.    impact factor:   .242
2002;  25(4): 351-5

433:  Yoshikawa M, Nishida N, Shimoda H, Takada M, Kawahara Y, Matsuda H.
[Polyphenol constituents from Salacia species: quantitative analysis of mangiferin with alpha-glucosidase and aldose reductase inhibitory activities]
Yakugaku Zasshi.    impact factor:   .238
2001;  121(5): 371-8

434:  Wang JN, Chen YJ, Hano Y, Nomura T, Tan RX.
Antioxidant activity of polyphenols from seeds of Vitis amurensis in vitro.
Acta Pharmacol Sin.    impact factor:   .196
2000;  21(7): 633-6

435:  Huang Y, Yao XQ, Tsang SY, Lau CW, Chen ZY.
Role of endothelium/nitric oxide in vascular response to flavonoids and epicatechin.
Acta Pharmacol Sin.    impact factor:   .196
2000;  21(12): 1119-24

436:  Chen ZY, Law WI, Yao XQ, Lau CW, Ho WK, Huang Y.
Inhibitory effects of purified green tea epicatechins on contraction and proliferation of arterial smooth muscle cells.
Acta Pharmacol Sin.    impact factor:   .196
2000;  21(9): 835-40

437:  Skrzydlewska E, Ostrowska J, Farbiszewski R, Michalak K.
Protective effect of green tea against lipid peroxidation in the rat liver, blood serum and the brain.
Phytomedicine.    impact factor:   .185
2002;  9(3): 232-8

438:  Kamimura A, Takahashi T, Watanabe Y.
Investigation of topical application of procyanidin B-2 from apple to identify its potential use as a hair growing agent.
Phytomedicine.    impact factor:   .185
2000;  7(6): 529-36

439:  Bertram B, Bartsch H.
[Cancer prevention with green tea: reality and wishful thinking]
Wien Med Wochenschr.    impact factor:   0
2002;  152(5-6): 153-8

440:  Uchibayashi M.
[Gambir revisted]
Yakushigaku Zasshi.    impact factor:   0
2002;  37(1): 100-3

441:  Chow JM, Liu JC, Che YJ, Hsieh MH, Kao PF, Cheng JJ, Chan P.
The effects of catechin on superoxide dismutase activity and its gene expression in pheochromocytoma cells.
Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi (Taipei).    impact factor:   0
2002;  65(4): 138-43

442:  Osakabe N, Yasuda A, Natsume M, Takizawa T, Terao J, Kondo K.
Catechins and their oligomers linked by C4 --> C8 bonds are major cacao polyphenols and protect low-density lipoprotein from oxidation in vitro.
Exp Biol Med (Maywood).    impact factor:   0
2002;  227(1): 51-6

443:  Hwang KC, Lee KH, Jang Y, Yun YP, Chung KH.
Epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits basic fibroblast growth factor-induced intracellular signaling transduction pathway in rat aortic smooth muscle cells.
J Cardiovasc Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  39(2): 271-7

444:  Yang CS, Maliakal P, Meng X.
Inhibition of carcinogenesis by tea.
Annu Rev Pharmacol Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  42: 25-54

445:  Nakazato T, Kizaki M.
[Novel molecular therapy for acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL): application of the green tea component, catechin]
Rinsho Ketsueki.    impact factor:   0
2002;  43(4): 227-30

446:  Ye J, Lu H, Zhou J, Wu H, Wang C.
[Inhibitory effect of all-trans-retinoid and polyphenon-100 on microsatellite instability in a colon cancer line]
Zhonghua Yi Xue Yi Chuan Xue Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
2002;  19(3): 190-3

447:  Lu YP, Lou YR, Xie JG, Peng QY, Liao J, Yang CS, Huang MT, Conney AH.
Topical applications of caffeine or (-)-epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) inhibit carcinogenesis and selectively increase apoptosis in UVB-induced skin tumors in mice.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
2002;  99(19): 12455-60

448:  Proniuk S, Blanchard J.
Anhydrous Carbopol polymer gels for the topical delivery of oxygen/water sensitive compounds.
Pharm Dev Technol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  7(2): 249-55

449:  Morris K.
Tea chemicals confirmed as cancer-busting compounds.
Lancet Oncol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  3(5): 262

450:  Kushnerova NF, Sprygin VG, Fomenko SE, Gordeichuk TN, Rakhmanin IuA.
[Efficiency of Diprim for the restoration of the functional status of the liver after its damage by ethanol poisoning]
Gig Sanit.    impact factor:   0
2002;  (1): 56-60

451:  Alvarez E, Leiro J, Orallo F.
Effect of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate on respiratory burst of rat macrophages.
Int Immunopharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  2(6): 849-55

452:  Zhu QY, Holt RR, Lazarus SA, Orozco TJ, Keen CL.
Inhibitory effects of cocoa flavanols and procyanidin oligomers on free radical-induced erythrocyte hemolysis.
Exp Biol Med (Maywood).    impact factor:   0
2002;  227(5): 321-9

453:  Hsu SD, Singh BB, Lewis JB, Borke JL, Dickinson DP, Drake L, Caughman GB, Schuster GS.
Chemoprevention of oral cancer by green tea.
Gen Dent.    impact factor:   0
2002;  50(2): 140-6

454:  Chang Q, Zhu M, Zuo Z, Chow M, Ho WK.
High-performance liquid chromatographic method for simultaneous determination of hawthorn active components in rat plasma.
J Chromatogr B Biomed Sci Appl.    impact factor:   0
2001;  760(2): 227-35

455:  Yoshiki Y, Iida T, Akiyama Y, Okubo K, Matsumoto H, Sato M.
Imaging of hydroperoxide and hydrogen peroxide-scavenging substances by photon emission.
Luminescence.    impact factor:   0
2001;  16(5): 327-35

456:  Osada K, Takahashi M, Hoshina S, Nakamura M, Nakamura S, Sugano M.
Tea catechins inhibit cholesterol oxidation accompanying oxidation of low density lipoprotein in vitro.
Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  128(2): 153-64

457:  Kang WS, Chung KH, Chung JH, Lee JY, Park JB, Zhang YH, Yoo HS, Yun YP.
Antiplatelet activity of green tea catechins is mediated by inhibition of cytoplasmic calcium increase.
J Cardiovasc Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  38(6): 875-84

458:  Carbonaro M, Grant G, Pusztai A.
Evaluation of polyphenol bioavailability in rat small intestine.
Eur J Nutr.    impact factor:   0
2001;  40(2): 84-90

459:  Soleas GJ, Yan J, Goldberg DM.
Ultrasensitive assay for three polyphenols (catechin, quercetin and resveratrol) and their conjugates in biological fluids utilizing gas chromatography with mass selective detection.
J Chromatogr B Biomed Sci Appl.    impact factor:   0
2001;  757(1): 161-72

460:  Satoh E, Ishii T, Shimizu Y, Sawamura S, Nishimura M.
Black tea extract, thearubigin fraction, counteracts the effect of tetanus toxin in mice.
Exp Biol Med (Maywood).    impact factor:   0
2001;  226(6): 577-80

461:  Park KK, Reuben JS, Soliman KF.
The role of inducible-nitric oxide in cocaine-induced kindling.
Exp Biol Med (Maywood).    impact factor:   0
2001;  226(3): 185-90

462:  Yokoyama S, Hirano H, Wakimaru N, Sarker KP, Kuratsu J.
Inhibitory effect of epigallocatechin-gallate on brain tumor cell lines in vitro.
Neuro-oncol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  3(1): 22-8

463:  Santos SC, Waterman PG.
Polyphenols from Eucalyptus ovata.
Fitoterapia.    impact factor:   0
2001;  72(3): 316-8

464:  Suganuma M, Ohkura Y, Okabe S, Fujiki H.
Combination cancer chemoprevention with green tea extract and sulindac shown in intestinal tumor formation in Min mice.
J Cancer Res Clin Oncol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  127(1): 69-72

465:  Tsuchiya H.
Stereospecificity in membrane effects of catechins.
Chem Biol Interact.    impact factor:   0
2001;  134(1): 41-54

466:  Esimone CO, Adikwu MU, Nwafor SV, Okolo CO.
Potential use of tea extract as a complementary mouthwash: comparative evaluation of two commercial samples.
J Altern Complement Med.    impact factor:   0
2001;  7(5): 523-7

467:  Long H, Zhu Y, Cregor M, Tian F, Coury L, Kissinger CB, Kissinger PT.
Liquid chromatography with multi-channel electrochemical detection for the determination of epigallocatechin gallate in rat plasma utilizing an automated blood sampling device.
J Chromatogr B Biomed Sci Appl.    impact factor:   0
2001;  763(1-2): 47-51

468:  Zhao WH, Hu ZQ, Hara Y, Shimamura T.
Inhibition by epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg) of conjugative R plasmid transfer in Escherichia coli.
J Infect Chemother.    impact factor:   0
2001;  7(3): 195-7

469:  Spencer JP, Schroeter H, Rechner AR, Rice-Evans C.
Bioavailability of flavan-3-ols and procyanidins: gastrointestinal tract influences and their relevance to bioactive forms in vivo.
Antioxid Redox Signal.    impact factor:   0
2001;  3(6): 1023-39

470:  Bors W, Foo LY, Hertkorn N, Michel C, Stettmaier K.
Chemical studies of proanthocyanidins and hydrolyzable tannins.
Antioxid Redox Signal.    impact factor:   0
2001;  3(6): 995-1008

471:  Li J, Zhou L, Zhang Y.
[Studies on the effects of tea catechins against hepatitis B virus infection]
Zhonghua Yu Fang Yi Xue Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
2001;  35(6): 404-7

472:  Lin C, Jiang J, Wu M, Yan Y, Zhou Y.
[The antioxidative effect of procyanidins from pine bark in vitro]
Zhong Yao Cai.    impact factor:   0
2001;  24(12): 882-4

473:  Liao S.
The medicinal action of androgens and green tea epigallocatechin gallate.
Hong Kong Med J.    impact factor:   0
2001;  7(4): 369-74

474:  Sarkar S, Sett P, Chowdhury T, Ganguly DK.
Effect of black tea on teeth.
J Indian Soc Pedod Prev Dent.    impact factor:   0
2000;  18(4): 139-40

475:  Sharma AK, Gupta R, Gupta HP, Singh AK.
Haemodynamic effects of pan masala in healthy volunteers.
J Assoc Physicians India.    impact factor:   0
2000;  48(4): 400-1

476:  Gusak VK, Shtutin AA, Rodin IuV, Il'iushchenko SV, Iurchuk AIu.
[Application of preparation endotelon in complex treatment of chronic arterial insufficiency of lower extremities]
Klin Khir.    impact factor:   0
2000;  (10): 7-9

477:  Isemura M, Saeki K, Kimura T, Hayakawa S, Minami T, Sazuka M.
Tea catechins and related polyphenols as anti-cancer agents.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  13(1-4): 81-5

478:  Suganuma M, Sueoka E, Sueoka N, Okabe S, Fujiki H.
Mechanisms of cancer prevention by tea polyphenols based on inhibition of TNF-alpha expression.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  13(1-4): 67-72

479:  Shimizu M, Kobayashi Y, Suzuki M, Satsu H, Miyamoto Y.
Regulation of intestinal glucose transport by tea catechins.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  13(1-4): 61-5

480:  Miyazawa T.
Absorption, metabolism and antioxidative effects of tea catechin in humans.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  13(1-4): 55-9

481:  Nakayama T, Hashimoto T, Kajiya K, Kumazawa S.
Affinity of polyphenols for lipid bilayers.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  13(1-4): 147-51

482:  Ashida H.
Suppressive effects of flavonoids on dioxin toxicity.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  12(1-4): 201-6

483:  Dong Z.
Effects of food factors on signal transduction pathways.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  12(1-4): 17-28

484:  Shankel DM, Pillai SP, Telikepalli H, Menon SR, Pillai CA, Mitscher LA.
Role of antimutagens/anticarcinogens in cancer prevention.
Biofactors.    impact factor:   0
2000;  12(1-4): 113-21

485:  Moini H, Rimbach G, Packer L.
Molecular aspects of procyanidin biological activity: disease preventative and therapeutic potentials.
Drug Metabol Drug Interact.    impact factor:   0
2000;  17(1-4): 237-59

486:  Krahwinkel T, Willershausen B.
The effect of sugar-free green tea chew candies on the degree of inflammation of the gingiva.
Eur J Med Res.    impact factor:   0
2000;  5(11): 463-7

487:  Williams SN, Shih H, Guenette DK, Brackney W, Denison MS, Pickwell GV, Quattrochi LC.
Comparative studies on the effects of green tea extracts and individual tea catechins on human CYP1A gene expression.
Chem Biol Interact.    impact factor:   0
2000;  128(3): 211-29

488:  Wang HK.
The therapeutic potential of flavonoids.
Expert Opin Investig Drugs.    impact factor:   0
2000;  9(9): 2103-19

489:  Shigeta S.
Recent progress in antiviral chemotherapy for respiratory syncytial virus infections.
Expert Opin Investig Drugs.    impact factor:   0
2000;  9(2): 221-35

490:  Lotito SB, Fraga CG.
Catechins delay lipid oxidation and alpha-tocopherol and beta-carotene depletion following ascorbate depletion in human plasma.
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med.    impact factor:   0
2000;  225(1): 32-8

491:  da Silva EL, Abdalla DS, Terao J.
Inhibitory effect of flavonoids on low-density lipoprotein peroxidation catalyzed by mammalian 15-lipoxygenase.
IUBMB Life.    impact factor:   0
2000;  49(4): 289-95

492:  Chen NY, Ma WY, Yang CS, Dong Z.
Inhibition of arsenite-induced apoptosis and AP-1 activity by epigallocatechin-3-gallate and theaflavins.
J Environ Pathol Toxicol Oncol.    impact factor:   0
2000;  19(3): 287-95

493:  Tanaka R.
Protective effects of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate and (+)-catechin on paraquat-induced genotoxicity in cultured cells.
J Toxicol Sci.    impact factor:   0
2000;  25(3): 199-204

494:  Tao J, Tu P, Xu W, Chen D.
[Studies on chemical constituents and pharmacological effects of the stem of Cynomorium songaricum Rupr.]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1999;  24(5): 292-4, 318-9

495:  Zhang L, Jiang Z, Tanaka T, Kouno I.
[Studies on tannins from Tripterygium hypoglaucum (levl.) hutch.]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1998;  23(9): 549-50, 576-inside back cover

496:  [No authors listed]
Herpes study and resources.
Treat Rev.    impact factor:   0
1997;  (No 25): 5


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