Oxidation products of the samples were analyzed for malondialdehyde (MDA), total sulfhydryl, protein carbonyl
and advanced oxidation protein products (AOPPs) content.
iron powder (CIP), and gamma iron oxide ([gamma]-[Fe.
Objective: To investigate the potential of carbonyl
content as a biomarker for detecting oxidative Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) damage induced Antiretroviral Theraphy (ART) toxicity and/or accelerated aging in HIV/AIDS patients.
1] is often attributed to the contribution of hemicelluloses because it is a result of the stretching of carbonyl
groups (C=0) in the hemicelluloses.
The oxidative formation of carbonyl
compounds with this reagent was investigated in CH3COOH/H2O.
70] nanoparticles and use infrared spectroscopy to seek shifts in the carbonyl
absorption of the formamide resulting from its interactions with the nanoparticles.
Oxidative Stress and Carbonyl
Lesions in Ulcerative Colitis
Authors proposed that the dose-dependant decrease in lipid peroxidation and protein carbonyl
content observed in PD flies treated with B.
Determination of protein reactive carbonyl
13C NMR spectra indicated pe presence of four mepylenes two carbonyl
carbons seven quaternary carbons seventeen mepines and four mepyls.
Iron is a pure form of elemental iron which was mainly used for the fortification of foods.
Protein oxidation was assessed based on the amount of protein carbonyl
groups as described by LEVINE et al.
: Protein carbonyl
content was measured in the supernatant samples using a protein carbonyl
assay kit (Cayman chemical, Ann arbor, USA); briefly stated, 2, 4-dinitrophenylhydrazine (DNPH) reacted with protein carbonyl
forming a Schiff base to produce the corresponding hydrazone which can be analyzed spectrophotometrically.
The research also discovered that elevated carbonyl
concentrations returned back to normal after complete resection in patients who had a malignant nodule.
thoroughly studied a carbonyl
reductase from red yeast (Sporobolomyces salmonicolor) .