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"Understanding the Potential of Epigallocatechin -3-gallate, a Green Tea Extract in Different Treatments."
A comprehensive Review.
Green tea is made from unfermented dried leaves from Camellia sinensis and has been consumed by humans for thousands of years.
For nearly as long, it has been used as a folk remedy for a wide array of diseases
Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a component extracted from green tea, has been proved to have multiple effects on human pathological and physiological processes, and its mechanisms are discrepant in cancer, vascularity, bone regeneration, and nervous system.
Although there are multiple benefits associated with EGCG, more and more challenges are still needed to get through.
• For example, EGCG shows low bioactivity via oral administration.
An attempt has been made as usual in this Booklet to focus on effects of EGCG, including anti-cancer, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-collagenase, and antifibrosis effects, to express the potential of EGCG and necessity of further studies in this field and to discuss comprehensively some of the challenges and future perspectives.
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