Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, March 29th, 2005
"The objective of this study was to investigate in a crossover study conducted in human volunteers whether black tea intake modulates the metabolism of heterocyclic amines, consumed in the form of well-cooked beef burgers, as exemplified by the excretion of mutagens in the urine.
"Mutagens were extracted from urine with blue rayon, and mutagenic activity was determined in the Ames test, in the presence of an activation system derived from Aroclor 1254-induced rats, and employing the Salmonella typhi murium O-acetylase over-expressing YG1024 bacterial strain," report...
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