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Tea catechins' affinity for human cannabinoid receptors

Korte, G. ; Dreiseitel, A. ; Schreier, P. ; Oehme, A. ; Locher, S. ; Geiger, S. ; Heilmann, Jörg ; Sand, P. G.



Abstract

Among the many known health benefits of tea catechins count anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective activities, as well as effects on the regulation of food intake. Here we address cannabimimetic bioactivity of catechin derivs. occurring in tea leaves as a possible cellular effector of these functionalities. Competitive radioligand binding assays using recombinant human cannabinoid receptors ...

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