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Abstract Title:

Anticarcinogenic effects of an aqueous infusion of cloves on skin carcinogenesis.

Abstract Source:

Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2005 Jul-Sep;6(3):304-8. PMID: 16235990

Abstract Author(s):

Sarmistha Banerjee, Sukta Das

Abstract:

Spices and flavouring agents are now receiving increasing attention as many of them have been shown to have anticarcinogenic properties. Cloves, sun-dried unopened flower buds from the plant Syzygium aromaticum L, are commonly used as a spice and food flavour. The present study was designed to investigate the chemopreventive action of aqueous infusion of cloves on 9,10-dimethyl benz(a)anthracene (DMBA) and croton oil induced skin carcinogenesis in Swiss mice. The results indicate protection against skin papilloma formation in a dose dependent manner. It has been shown that oral administration of aqueous infusions of clove at a dose of 100 microl/mouse/day not only delays the formation of papilloma but also reduces the incidence of papilloma as well as the cumulative number of papillomas per papilloma bearing mouse. Our observations suggest a promising role for cloves in restriction of the carcinogenesis process.

Study Type : Animal Study
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