Naturally occurring constituent of cruciferous vegetables that has anti-tumor and anti-oxidant properties. Induces the activity of phase II detoxification enzymes in the urinary bladder and, thus, may be chemoprotective against bladder cancer.
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PMID: # 27720932 Coavoy-Sánchez, SA. et al. 2016. Pharmacol. Res. 113: 686-694.
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