Recent Books & Chapters
L. Qi, C. Han and J. Chen (2000) Enzyme induction in laboratory liver models by tea pigments. In: Dietary Anticarcinogens and Antimutagens - Chemical and Biological Aspects, Ed. I.T. Johnson and G.R. Fenwick, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, pp. 173-180.
J. Chen and C. Han (2000) The protective effect of tea on cancer: Human evidence. In: Phytochemicals as Bioactive Agents, Ed. W.R. Bidlack, S.T. Omaye, M.S. Meskin and D.K.W. Topham, Technomic Publishing Company, Inc., Lancaster, PA, USA. pp. 131-149.
X.D. Jia, C. Han, J. Chen (2005). Effects of tea polyphenols and tea pigmentson apoptosis in HepG2 cell line. Journal of Hygiene Research. 34(1): 73-75.
X.D. Jia, C. Han, and J. Chen (2002) Effects of tea on preneoplastic lesions and cell cycle regulators in rat liver. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 11, 1663-1667.
N. Li, XX. Chen, C. Han, J. Chen, MT. Huang and CS. Yang (2002). Inhibition of 7,12-dimethylbenz[a]anthracene-induced oral carcinogenesis in hamster by tea and curcumin. Carcinogenesis, 23:1307-1313.
X.D. Jia, C. Han, J. Chen (2001). Effects of green tea on colonic aberrant crypt foci and proliferation indexes in rats. Nutrition and Cancer, 39(2): 239-243.
N. Li, C. Han, and J. Chen (2001). Chemopreventive studies of tea on oral cancer. Chemical and Biological Aspects, 418-428.
Z.P. Liu, B. Yu, J.S. Huo, C.Q. Lu and J.S. Chen (2001) Estrogenic effects of Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh) in mice and on estrogen receptors in MCF-7 cells, J Medicinal Food 4(3):171-178.
J Chen (2000) Regulatory control of functional food in China, Scandinavian J of Nutrition 44: 130-131.
J. Chen and W. Weng (1998) Medicinal food:the Chinese perspective, J Medicinal Food, 1: 117-122.
W. Weng and J. Chen (1996) The eastern perspective on functional foods based on traditional Chinese medicine, Nutr Rev 54 (11): S11-S16.