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substance that inhibits oxidation or inhibits reactions promoted by oxygen or peroxides

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The results of the present study indicate that the novel free radical scavenger edaravone may act as a renoprotective agent against chronic nephropathy induced by CsA by its antioxidant property and possibly through inhibiting iNOS gene expression.
3-Methyl-1-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one (MCI-186), a free radical scavenger, can enhance the number of endogenous neural stem cells (NSCs) in the ischemic brain after a stroke.
Therefore, the main aim of this research was to qualify the effectiveness of black, green and herbal tea infusion as the free radical scavengers based on the brewing period.
The skins of grapes contain resveratrol, a potent free radical scavenger.
Edaravone, a free radical scavenger, has been shown to reduce the free radicals which are produced during reperfusion in ischaemic cerebral injury, and inhibit expression of MMP-9 in ischaemic brain models.
This study indicates that the bud extract of Capparis spinosa could serve as free radical scavenger and as a good ion chelator or, acting possibly as primary and secondary antioxidants.
If plasma CK continues to rise, forced diuresis using mannitol can minimise intratubular haem pigment deposition and act as a free radical scavenger [5].
FRS -- which stands for Free Radical Scavenger -- has been sold in retail channels for two years and comes in four forms: beverage, chew, powder and concentrate.
Another agent, the free radical scavenger amifostine, is FDA approved to reduce the incidence of moderate to severe xerostomia in patients undergoing postoperative radiation for head and neck cancer when the radiation field includes a substantial portion of the parotid glands.
This ubiquitous molecule (it occurs in unicellular organisms, plants, fungi, and animals) seems to have a myriad of functions in humans; produced in the pineal gland, it has been "hypothesized as a hormone of darkness, free radical scavenger, chronobiotic and chronohypnotic, internal sleep facilitator, photoperiodic molecule, etc.
He said single malt whiskies had more ellagic acid than red wineIt's described as a highly effective free radical scavenger that absorbs rogue cells that occur in our bodies during eating.
The antioxidant activity of honeybee-collected pollen has been recognized as a free radical scavenger and as a lipid peroxidation inhibitor (Campos et al.
Acetylcysteine is a free radical scavenger, and it helps maximize levels of glutathione in the kidney.
The compound NXY-059 is a free radical scavenger in development by Astra Zeneca (Lees et al.
Attenuation of cochlear damage from noise trauma by an iron chelator, a free radical scavenger and glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor in vivo.