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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Endogenous and exogenous equol are antiestrogenic in reproductive tissues

Posted by Chantel M. research contributed  US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health  

In the study to assesse the effects of soy IF, endogenous microbial equol production, and dietary racemic equol in a 3 × 2 × 2 factorial experiment using gnotobiotic apoE-null mice (n = 9-11/group/sex), posted in PubMed, found that After 16 wk of dietary treatment, serum isoflavonoid profiles varied with sex, soy IF amount, and intestinal microbiota status. There were no treatment effects on tissues of male mice. In females, reproductive tissue phenotypes differed by equol-producing ability (i.e., microbiota status) but not dietary equol or IF content. Equol producers had lower uterine weight, vaginal epithelial thickness, total uterine area, endometrial area, and endometrial luminal epithelial height compared with nonproducers (P < 0.05 for all), with an association between microbiota status and estrous cycle (P > chi-square = 0.03). Exogenous equol reduced expression of progesterone receptor (PGR) and the proliferation marker Ki67 (P < 0.0001) in vaginal epithelium and endometrium; for endogenous equol, only PGR was reduced (P < 0.0005). Our findings indicate that equol diminishes estrogen-dependent tissue responses in apoE-null mice.

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