An insight on genistein as potential pharmacological and therapeutic agent

Genistein recognized as phytoestrogens is one of the most extensively studied isoflavones

Shahedur Rahman; Rezuanul Islam; AM Swaraz; Anesa Ansari; Anowar Khasru Parvez; Depak Kumar Paul

2013

Scholarcy highlights

  • Genistein recognized as phytoestrogens is one of the most extensively studied isoflavones
  • It comprises of significant portion of Asian diet including Japanese and Chinese cuisine in the form of Soy food products
  • Evidence showed that geinstein increases osteoblasts formation as well as decreases osteoclast production
  • It plays an important role in immunity; such as suppression of delayed hypersensitivity and increases host resistance to B16F10 tumor by proliferating cytotoxic T and NK cells
  • Geinstein play important role in reproductive system where it regulates the productive of oestrogen and progesterone
  • Numerous beneficial effect of Geinstein including cancer treatment and function in immunity, obesity, diabetes and reproductivity Geinstein proves the potentiality of phytoestrogens as a source of bioactive substance

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