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Coffee in Health and Disease Prevention by Victor R. Preedy

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c-Jun NH2-teeminal kinase (JNK), 524
c-Jun-activator protein (c-Jun-AP-1), 714
C-peptide, 487
C-reactive protein (CRP), 323, 507
clinical significance, 323
coffee and
epidemiological studies, 325–329, 326t–328t
interpreting and analyzing, 329–332
measurement, 323
synthesis, 323
(14C)nicotinic acid riboside (NaR), 22
Caco-2 cells
inhibitory activity in coffee, 546–547, 548f
permeation, 817
sulfation of estradiol, 546
Café de Colombia, 936–937
Cafestol (CFS), 45, 411–418, 880, 993, 994f
chemical structure, 628f
in coffee brews, 1001t–1002t
in coffee tissues, 48t
extraction methods, 994–995
implications for bioactivity and bioavailability, 883–884
molecular structures, 47f
occurrence in coffea matrices, 998–1003, 999t
in perisperm tissue, 48t ...

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