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antioxidants: principles and applications

Antioxidants: Principles and applications

Antioxidants may be defined as substances that, when present in food, delay, control, or inhibit oxidation and deterioration of food quality. In the body, antioxidants reduce the risk of degenerative diseases arising from oxidative stress. This definition extends that originally coined by Halliwell in 1999.

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antioxidants and antioxidant methods: an updated overview | archives of toxicology

Antioxidants and antioxidant methods: an updated overview | Archives of Toxicology

?lhami Gulcin 29k Accesses 829 Citations Explore all metrics Abstract Antioxidants had a growing interest owing to their protective roles in food and pharmaceutical products against oxidative deterioration and in the body and against oxidative stress-mediated pathological processes.

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changes in cochlear antioxidant enzyme activity after sound conditioning and noise exposure in the chinchilla

Changes in cochlear antioxidant enzyme activity after sound conditioning and noise exposure in the chinchilla

Antioxidant enzyme Stria vascularis Organ of Corti Glutathione Catalase Chinchilla Sound conditioning Acquired resistance to noise 1. Introduction Reactive oxygen intermediates (ROI) are implicated in an increasing number of pathologies ( Halliwell, 1996; Jacob and Burri, 1996; Knight, 1997; Stohs, 1995 ).

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remote ischemic conditioning temporarily improves antioxidant defense

Remote ischemic conditioning temporarily improves antioxidant defense

Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity is a colorimetric technique based on the reaction of ABTS (2,2¡ä-azinobis-3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid, diammonium) and potassium persulfate (K 2 S 2 O 8) directly yielding the free radical cation ABTS +

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oxidative stress and antioxidants¡ªa critical review on in vitro antioxidant assays - mdpi

Oxidative Stress and Antioxidants¡ªA Critical Review on In Vitro Antioxidant Assays - MDPI

Antioxidants have been widely studied in the fields of biology, medicine, food, and nutrition sciences. There has been extensive work on developing assays for foods and biological systems. The scientific communities have well-accepted the effectiveness of endogenous antioxidants generated in the body. However, the health efficacy and the possible action of exogenous dietary antioxidants are

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microalgae¡¯s polysaccharides, are they potent antioxidants? critical review | archives of microbiology

Microalgae¡¯s polysaccharides, are they potent antioxidants? Critical review | Archives of Microbiology

The aim of this review is to (1) provide first an overview of current issues related to oxidative stress, and propose a natural metabolite derived from eukaryotic and prokaryotic microalgae; ¡®polysaccharides¡¯ as a powerful antioxidant agent, then, (2) organize the available data on the antioxidant potential of polysaccharides derived from the ma...

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shelf life extension and antioxidant activity of ¡®hayward¡¯ kiwi fruit as a result of prestorage conditioning and 1-methylcyclopropene

Shelf life extension and antioxidant activity of ¡®Hayward¡¯ kiwi fruit as a result of prestorage conditioning and 1-methylcyclopropene

Kiwi fruits (Actinidia deliciosa C.F. Liang et A.R. Ferguson) were treated by prestorage conditioning (20 ¡ãC for 2 days), 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP, 1 ppm for 16 h) and conditioning plus 1-MCP. After the treatment the fruits were immediately stored at 0 ¡ãC during 24 weeks. Flesh firmness gradually decreased with storage time and the rate of its loss was lower in 1-MCP and conditioning plus

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a completely polyherbal conditioning and antioxidant shampoo

A Completely Polyherbal Conditioning and Antioxidant Shampoo

g, antioxidant, and antimicrobial effects. Material and Methods: The leaves of Salix babylonica L., Ziziphus spina-christi L. (Willd), and Glycyrrhiza glabra rhizomes were extracted with 70% methanol then quantified for their phenolic and flavonoid contents using colorimetric assays that were qualitatively identified by Ultra-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) with tandem mass

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hepatic expression responses of dna methyltransferases, heat shock proteins, antioxidant enzymes, and nadph 4 to early life thermal conditioning

Hepatic expression responses of DNA methyltransferases, heat shock proteins, antioxidant enzymes, and NADPH 4 to early life thermal conditioning

1,967 Views 19 CrossRef citations to date 0 Altmetric Listen Papers Hepatic expression responses of DNA methyltransferases, heat shock proteins, antioxidant enzymes, and NADPH 4 to early life thermal conditioning in broiler chickens Mahmoud Madkour , Mohamad M. Aboelenin , Osama Aboelazab , Ahmed A. Elolimy , Nafisa Abd El-Azeem ,

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functional properties and antioxidant activity of morus alba l. leaves var. zolwinska wielkolistna (wml-p)¡ªthe effect of controlled conditioning

Functional Properties and Antioxidant Activity of Morus alba L. Leaves var. Zolwinska Wielkolistna (WML-P)¡ªThe Effect of Controlled Conditioning

This study evaluated the effect of adding a new step, termed conditioning, to the traditional processing of leaves from Morus alba var. zolwinska wielkolistna grown in Poland (WML-P). This step, modeled on tea leaves processing, was conducted in a controlled environment on a semi-technical scale. The primary goal was to evaluate the effect of the WML-P conditioning for 1¨C4 h at 32¨C35 ¡ãC

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