Dona Sinha
Dona Sinha
Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute
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Resveratrol for breast cancer prevention and therapy: Preclinical evidence and molecular mechanisms
D Sinha, N Sarkar, J Biswas, A Bishayee
Seminars in cancer biology 40, 209-232, 2016
Anticlastogenic, antigenotoxic and apoptotic activity of epigallocatechin gallate: a green tea polyphenol
M Roy, S Chakrabarty, D Sinha, RK Bhattacharya, M Siddiqi
Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis 523, 33-41, 2003
Curcumin protects DNA damage in a chronically arsenic-exposed population of West Bengal
J Biswas, D Sinha, S Mukherjee, S Roy, M Siddiqi, M Roy
Human & experimental toxicology 29 (6), 513-524, 2010
Chemopreventive and chemotherapeutic potential of curcumin in breast cancer
D Sinha, J Biswas, B Sung, B B Aggarwal, A Bishayee
Current drug targets 13 (14), 1799-1819, 2012
Nrf2-mediated redox signaling in arsenic carcinogenesis: a review
D Sinha, J Biswas, A Bishayee
Archives of Toxicology, 1-14, 2012
Antioxidant potential of tea reduces arsenite induced oxidative stress in Swiss albino mice
D Sinha, S Roy, M Roy
Food and chemical toxicology 48 (4), 1032-1039, 2010
Health effects inflicted by chronic low‐level arsenic contamination in groundwater: A global public health challenge
D Sinha, P Prasad
Journal of Applied Toxicology 40 (1), 87-131, 2020
Chronic low level arsenic exposure evokes inflammatory responses and DNA damage
K Dutta, P Prasad, D Sinha
International journal of hygiene and environmental health 218 (6), 564-574, 2015
Curcumin prevents DNA damage and enhances the repair potential in a chronically arsenic-exposed human population in West Bengal, India
M Roy, D Sinha, S Mukherjee, J Biswas
European Journal of Cancer Prevention 20 (2), 123-131, 2011
Trends in research on exosomes in cancer progression and anticancer therapy
D Sinha, S Roy, P Saha, N Chatterjee, A Bishayee
Cancers 13 (2), 326, 2021
Chronic low-level arsenic exposure reduces lung function in male population without skin lesions
D Das, B Bindhani, B Mukherjee, H Saha, P Biswas, K Dutta, P Prasad, ...
International journal of public health 59 (4), 655-663, 2014
Antagonistic role of tea against sodium arsenite-induced oxidative DNA damage and inhibition of DNA repair in Swiss albino mice
D Sinha, M Roy
Journal of Environmental Pathology, Toxicology and Oncology 30 (4), 2011
In vitro mitigation of arsenic toxicity by tea polyphenols in human lymphocytes
D Sinha, S Dey, RK Bhattacharya, M Roy
Journal of Environmental Pathology, Toxicology and Oncology 26 (3), 2007
Low-level arsenic causes chronic inflammation and suppresses expression of phagocytic receptors
PP Sinha D*
Environ Sci Pollut Res Int., 2017
Indian spice curcumin may be an effective strategy to combat the genotoxicity of arsenic in Swiss albino mice
J Biswas, S Roy, S Mukherjee, D Sinha, M Roy
Asian Pac J Cancer Prev 11 (1), 239-247, 2010
Tea phytochemicals for breast cancer prevention and intervention: From bench to bedside and beyond
D Sinha, J Biswas, SM Nabavi, A Bishayee
Seminars in cancer biology 46, 33-54, 2017
Protective effect of dietary phytochemicals against arsenite induced genotoxicity in mammalian V79 cells
M Roy, D Sinha, S Mukherjee, S Paul, RK Bhattacharya
CSIR, 2008
Emerging concepts of hybrid epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in cancer progression
D Sinha, P Saha, A Samanta, A Bishayee
Biomolecules 10 (11), 1561, 2020
Modulation of arsenic induced cytotoxicity by tea
D Sinha, M Roy, S Dey, M Siddiqi, RK Bhattacharya
Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 4 (3), 233-238, 2003
Arsenic-induced micronuclei formation in mammalian cells and its counteraction by tea
D Sinha, M Roy, M Siddiqi, RK Bhattacharya
Journal of environmental pathology, toxicology and oncology 24 (1), 2005
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