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Disposition and Biotransformation of the Estrogenic Isoflavone Daidzein in Rats

Daidzein induces MCF-7 breast cancer cell apoptosis via the mitochondrial pathway

Influence of Genistein and Daidzein on Brca1 Protein Levels in Human Breast Cell Lines

Effects of Daidzein on Messenger Ribonucleic Acid Expression of Gonadotropin Receptors in Chicken Ovarian Follicles

Anaerobic C-ring cleavage of genistein and daidzein by Eubacterium ramulus

Influence of Genistein and Daidzein on Brca1 Protein Levels in Human Breast Cell Lines

Influence of Genistein and Daidzein on Brca1 Protein Levels in Human Breast Cell Lines

Daidzein: Bioavailability, Potential for Reproductive Toxicity, and Breast Cancer Chemoprevention in Female Rats

Effect of daidzein and equol on DNA replication in MCF-7 cells

Endothelium-dependent relaxation of rat aorta and main pulmonary artery by the phytoestrogens genistein and daidzein

Is Daidzein Non-metabolizer a High Risk for Prostate Cancer? A Case-controlled Study of Serum Soybean Isoflavone Concentration

Genistein supplementation to the quail: Effects on egg production and egg yolk genistein, daidzein, and lipid peroxidation levels

Developmental effects of dietary phytoestrogens in Sprague-Dawley rats and interactions of genistein and daidzein with rat estrogen receptors alpha and beta in vitro.

A Possible Novel Mechanism of Action of Genistein and Daidzein for Activating Thyroid Hormone Receptor-Mediated Transcription

Effects of dietary daidzein and its metabolite, equol, at physiological concentrations on the growth of estrogen-dependent human breast cancer (MCF-7) tumors implanted in ovariectomized athymic mice

 

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An isoflavone, the aglycone of daidzin, classified as a phytoestrogen, a plant-derived nonsteroidal compound with oestrogen-like biological activity, also an antioxidant. Mainly found in legumes, such as soybeans and chickpeas. Often used to treat conditions affected by oestrogen levels in the body (e.g. hormone-dependent breast carcinoma, osteoporosis). The average daily intake of isoflavones in Japan is ~200 mg and there is no evidence of adverse effects. See also genistein.

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