Cruciferous vegetables and lung cancer


Andrea Sapone a,*, Alessandra Affatato a, Donatella Canistro a, Laura Pozzetti a, Massimiliano Broccoli a, Jessica Barillari b, Renato Iori b, Moreno Paolini a a Department of Pharmacology, Molecular Toxicology Unit, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, via Irnerio 48, Bologna, Italy b Agricultural Research Council Research Institute for Industrial Crops (CRA-ISCI), via Corticella 133, Bologna, Italy

...It seems therefore that new protective mechanisms of cruciferae in general and isothiocyanates in particular should be considered.