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protection against harmful effects of radiation

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A pilot clinical trial of radioprotective effects of curcumin supplementation in patients with prostate cancer.
This discovery opens new perspectives for the development of novel anti-thyroid drugs and radioprotective molecules, as well as pharmacological tools for further investigation of iodide traffic at the cellular level.
Manganese [correction of Magnesium] superoxide dismutase (MnSOD) plasmid/liposome pulmonary radioprotective gene therapy: modulation of irradiation-induced mRNA for IL-I, TNF-alpha, and TGF-beta correlates with delay of organizing alveolitis/fibrosis.
Antioxidant, anticlastogenic and radioprotective effect of Coleus aromaticus on Chinese hamster fibroblast cells (V79) exposed to gamma radiation.
The effects of pre-irradiation administration of RH-3 were also studied to support our data on its radioprotective efficacy (8,9).
Radioprotective effect of sesamol on gamma-radiation induced DNA damage, lipid peroxidation and antioxidants levels in cultured human lymphocytes.
An international team of researchers sought to determine if the natural antioxidants in wine would provide a radioprotective effect in preventing acute skin toxicity in patients undergoing radiation therapy after conservative surgery for breast carcinoma.
Topics include the anti- and prooxidative effects of flavonoids, comparison of the antioxidative properties of green and black tea, food processing and antioxidants, radioprotective effects of antioxidants, antioxidant therapy for chronic inflammatory diseases, and impact of oxidative stress on diabetes mellitus and inflammatory bowel diseases.
In experiments using mice and human vascular cells, the researchers said that the administration of beer components including beta-pseudouridine, melatonin and glycine betaine showed some radioprotective effects.
In their recent experiments using mice and human vascular cells, the two partners showed that the administration of beer components such as beta-pseudouridine, melatonin and glycine betaine have radioprotective effects.
Studies showed that Biafine RE (radiodermatitis emulsion) isn't radioprotective, but the cream does have benefits: It's a macrophage cell stimulator, promotes fibroblast proliferation, and may decrease some of the markers of vascular damage.
Interleukin-8 induces rapid mobilization of hematopoietic stem cells with radioprotective capacity and long-term myelolymphoid repopulating ability.
Besides the unexpected finding of the spices' ability to shield bacteria from irradiation, the test-tube study also draws attention to the radioprotective effect of spices.
Biological factors affecting the radioprotective efficiency of S-2-[2-aminopropylamino] ethylphosphorothioic acid (WR-2721).