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06. Polyphenols as preventive ingredients: in vitro experiments, animal models and human intervention studies.

POLYPHENOLS AS PREVENTIVE INGREDIENTS: IN VITRO EXPERIMENTS, ANIMAL MODELS AND HUMAN INTERVENTION STUDIES

Daniele del Río (Italy)

Cyril Auger (France)

Roger Corder (United Kingdom)

POLYPHENOLS AS PREVENTIVE INGREDIENTS: IN VITRO EXPERIMENTS, ANIMAL MODELS AND HUMAN INTERVENTION STUDIES

Polyphenols in the prevention of chronic diseases and related complications: in vitro studies with the right molecules. Daniele del Río (The Laboratory of PHytochemicals in Physiology. Department of Public Health. University of Parma. Italy).

Prevention of aging-related endothelial dysfunction by polyphenols: evidence from animal studies. Cyril Auger (Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Pathophysiolofy group. Biophotonics and Pharmacology Laboratory. Faculty of Pharmacy. University of Strasbourg Illkirch-Graffenstaden. France).

The importance of dietary flavanols and procyanidins in preventing age-related changes in cardiovascular function. Roger Corder (Centre for Translational Medicine & Therapeutics. William Harvey Research Institute. Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry. Queen Mary University of Londo. UK).