vitamin C

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  • noun

Synonyms for vitamin C

a vitamin found in fresh fruits (especially citrus fruits) and vegetables

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It is the inducing of a high enough level of the ascorbate ion in one's plasma, often enough, and for long enough.
Severity of DNA damage--In dosing with ascorbate and three chemotherapeutic agents, in nine different combinations, only the presence of ascorbate correlated with grade 3 and 4 toxicity to cancer DNA.
Qi Chen's work, when she was at the NIH, showed clearly that ascorbate must be administered intravenously (or in the case of animals, in the peritoneal cavity), or it cannot reach the correct levels in the bloodstream.
Moreover, during the interview and clinical examination, the centenarians reported reduced appetite and nutrient intake, which can influence the concentration of serum antioxidants such as ascorbate and vitamin E.
Reduction of chromium(VI) by ascorbate leads to chromium-DNA binding and DNA strand breaks in vitro.
Vitamin C may taste too tart at higher levels of ascorbic acid, and you may have to add more sodium ascorbate.
Nitrosylation of Hb A and Hb H was achieved by in situ generation of NO with sodium nitrite (10 mg) and buffered ascorbate (30 g/L ascorbic acid in 0.
Ascorbate deficiency is the precondition and common denominator of human CVD.
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A 2013 study, led by Nina Mikirova at Riordan Clinic (Wichita, Kansas), shows a correlation between inflammation, tumor burden, and the peak plasma ascorbate concentration achievable in cancer patients who receive intravenous vitamin C (IVC).
Ascorbate is virtually a specific requirement for these enzymes, but previous studies have demonstrated that it is not consumed during most catalytic cycles.
Chromium(III)-induced 8-hydroxy-deoxyguanosine in DNA and its reduction by antioxidants: comparative effects of melatonin, ascorbate, and vitamin E.
Because ascorbate and phosphate inhibited the reduction of nitrate by 20% and 34%, respectively, we tested the possibility of interference by phosphate or ascorbate after deproteinization.