antimutagenic

an·ti·mu·ta·gen·ic

(an'tē-myū-tă-jen'ik),
Pertaining to or characteristic of an antimutagen.

antimutagenic

(ant″i-mūt″ă-jen′ik) [ anti- + mutagenic]
Having the ability to block or prevent mutations.
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Scientists in Australia set out to examine the generation of antioxidant and antimutagenic peptides by Lactobacillus, L.
2014), showing a number of biological activities, such as anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, and antioxidant (Goncalves et al.
Many antimutagenic agents have been identified in fruits and vegetables, the most potent being indole-3-carbinol and chlorophyllin.
Thymoquinone has antioxidant, antimutagenic, and anticancer properties, according to in vitro and animal research.
Because of the large number of mutagens and widespread in the world, researchers interested in finding and discovering Antimutagenic materials that limit and stop the harmful effects of mutations on the physiology of the organism, the most important of these materials is plant extracts such as Dillenia indica and Syzygium aromaticum L.
Isolation and Characterization of Structurally Novel Antimutagenic Flavonoids from Spinach (Spinacia oleracea).
Aspalathin has antimutagenic properties and is not found in any other plant, while nothofagin occurs elsewhere only in red beech timber of New Zealand.
The 10 basic requirements for a scientific paper reporting antioxidant, antimutagenic or anticarcinogenic potential of test substances in in vitro experiments and animal studies in vivo.
Antimutagenic activity of procyanidins from Vitis vinifera.
Carotenoids have been reported to have multiple biological activities such as anticarcinogen [3,4], antimutagenic activity [5] antioxidant activity [6], anti-inflamnatory action, antiprolifertive agent [7], antiatherogenic properties [8], chemopreventive agent against cancer disease in various organs like lung, stomach, colon, breast and prostate [9].
1) In other words, although the potential health benefits of cranberries can be attributed to the biological properties of individual groups of phytochemicals, researchers recognize that synergistic interactions between these compounds are also responsible for their observed antioxidant, antibacterial and antimutagenic properties.