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Dietary protein and experimental carcinogenesis



Dietary protein and experimental carcinogenesis



Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 206: 163-186



This review summarizes selected information about the influence of proteins, protein-fat interactions and energy intake on carcinogenesis. Most of the definitive studies concerning protein and cancer have utilized protein underfeeding and feed restriction. Optimum or less than optimum protein intakes have generally inhibited spontaneous and chemically induced tumour growth as well as the growth of transplantable tumours.

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