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Les polyphénols du vin rouge : des propriétés pour prévenir les cancers ?

Abstract : The red wine polyphenols have shown many beneficial health properties to cause a decrease in overall mortality observed for regular moderate consumption of one to two glasses of wine a day. Among these beneficial properties, the effects on prevention of cancers are both related to their antioxidant activity but also because of regulatory interactions with intracellular signaling molecules involved in carcinogenesis such as MAPK, the NFkB or the PI3K / Akt pathway. These interactions allow red wine polyphenols to claim, whether as a result of experimentation in vitro or in vivo, the ability to challenge the normal development of cancer by opposing proliferation, inflammation, angiogenesis, invasion and metastasis. Red wine polyphenols are therefore ideal candidates for chemoprevention of cancers, but the practical details remain to be specified by future research.
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Étienne Gaston. Les polyphénols du vin rouge : des propriétés pour prévenir les cancers ?. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2016. ⟨dumas-01267044⟩

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