CONSUMPTION OF GREEN TEA OR ITS DERIVATIVE CATECHIN MAY IMPROVE NEURAL REGENERATION IN A RAT SPINAL CORD INJURY MODEL
AKDA? R, et al.,
The Journal of Turkish Spinal Surgery, 31(3), 170-170 (2020)
Shounan Qi et al.
Molecular vision, 23, 171-178 (2017-05-02)
(-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a major catechin component of green tea, is reported to delay or prevent certain forms of cancer, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegenerative disorders. In this study, we determined if systemically administered EGCG could protect the retina against light...
Xiaoqin Wang et al.
Journal of biomedical science, 23(1), 51-51 (2016-06-30)
Diastolic dysfunction refers to an impaired relaxation and an abnormality in a heart's filling during diastole while left ventricular systolic function is preserved. Diastolic dysfunction is commonly observed in patients with primary hypertension, diabetes and cardiomyopathies such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy...
Tia M Rains et al.
The Journal of nutritional biochemistry, 22(1), 1-7 (2010-12-01)
Green tea catechins (GTC) are polyphenolic compounds present in the unfermented dried leaves of the plant, Camellia sinensis. Results from a number of randomized, controlled intervention trials have shown that consumption of GTC (270 mg to 1200 mg/day) may reduce...
Tea polyphenols-their antioxidant properties and biological activity-a review
Gramza A, et al.,
Polish Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences, 14(3), 219-219 (2005)