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The risk for colon cancer is associated with nutrition, especially high fat and low calcium diets high in red meat. Red meat contains the iron porphyrin pigment heme, which induces cytotoxicity of the...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2011-10-12 | E-GEOD-27848 | ArrayExpress
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The risk for colon cancer is associated with nutrition, especially with diets high in red meat. Red meat contains the iron porphyrin pigment heme, which induces cytotoxicity of the colon contents and ...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2011-10-12 | E-GEOD-27847 | ArrayExpress
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Red meat consumption is associated with an increased colon cancer risk. Heme, present in red meat, injures the colon surface epithelium by luminal cytotoxicity and reactive oxygen species. This surfac...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2014-06-02 | E-GEOD-37006 | ArrayExpress
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By regulating digestion and absorption of nutrients and providing a barrier against the external environment the intestine provides a crucial contribution to the maintenance of health. To what extent ...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2012-09-26 | E-GEOD-39974 | ArrayExpress
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By regulating digestion and absorption of nutrients and providing a barrier against the external environment the intestine provides a crucial contribution to the maintenance of health. To what extent ...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2012-09-26 | E-GEOD-39973 | ArrayExpress
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Red meat consumption is associated with an increased colon cancer risk. Heme, present in red meat, injures the colon surface epithelium by luminal cytotoxicity and reactive oxygen species. This surfac...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2013-05-22 | E-GEOD-40671 | ArrayExpress
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This SuperSeries is composed of the following subset Series: GSE27847: Dietary heme stimulates epithelial cell turnover by downregulating feedback inhibitors of proliferation in murine colon (part 1) ...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2011-10-12 | E-GEOD-27849 | ArrayExpress
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Colorectal cancer risk is associated with diets high in red meat. Heme, the pigment of red meat, induces cytotoxicity of colonic contents and elicits epithelial damage and compensatory hyperproliferat...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2015-08-19 | E-GEOD-40670 | ArrayExpress
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Previously, we showed that dietary heme injured the colonic surface epithelium and induced hyperproliferation by changing the surface to crypt signaling. In this study we investigated whether bacteria...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2013-07-29 | E-GEOD-34253 | ArrayExpress
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Colon cancer is a major cause of cancer deaths in Western countries and is associated with diets high in red meat. Heme, the iron-porphyrin pigment of red meat, induces cytotoxicity of gut contents wh...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2014-06-02 | E-GEOD-40672 | ArrayExpress
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