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Possible Interaction: Cyclophosphamide and Green Tea Extract

Research Papers that Mention the Interaction

CONCLUSIONS Exposure of a developing mammal to moderate doses of GTE can modulate the effects of exposure to CP during development, possibly by affecting biotransformation, while a higher GTE dose tended to exacerbate the developmental toxicity of CP.
CONCLUSIONS Exposure of a developing mammal to moderate doses of GTE can modulate the effects of exposure to CP during development, possibly by affecting biotransformation, while a higher GTE dose tended to exacerbate the developmental toxicity of CP.
Conversely, moderate GTE doses (200 and/or 400 mg/kg/d) attenuated the effect of CP on fetal weight and (GTE 200 mg/kg/d) decreased the incidences of certain defects resulting from CP exposure.
Conversely, moderate GTE doses (200 and/or 400 mg/kg/d) attenuated the effect of CP on fetal weight and (GTE 200 mg/kg/d) decreased the incidences of certain defects resulting from CP exposure.
RESULTS The highest GTE dose did not effectively attenuate, and in some cases exacerbated the negative effect of CP.
RESULTS The highest GTE dose did not effectively attenuate, and in some cases exacerbated the negative effect of CP.
The current study was performed to determine if exposure to GTE can decrease teratogenic effects induced by CP in CD-1 mice.
The current study was performed to determine if exposure to GTE can decrease teratogenic effects induced by CP in CD-1 mice.
Birth defects research. Part B, Developmental and reproductive toxicology  •  2012  |  View Paper
The tea extracts decreased the micronuclei (MN) induced by CP.
Journal of environmental biology  •  2002  |  View Paper
Similarly a significant decrease in CA was observed in all the three concentrations of tea extracts plus CP treated series when compared with the group treated with CP alone.
Life sciences  •  2001  |  View Paper