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

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Conclusions: In a guinea pig model, prolonged treatment with antioxidative polyphenol-rich SFTE prevents aortic functional and morphological changes caused by an atherogenic diet.
After the 2 months' intervention with intravenous vitamin C and oral antioxidative nutritional supplements, free DNA returned to normal level and cancer risk score was significantly decreased.
The antioxidative effect of plant extracts rich in polyphenols differs between liver and muscle tissues in rats fed n-3 PUFA rich diet.
Typical applications for PHOTOCHEM[R] include: water-soluble antioxidative capacity of lyophilised vegetables, fruit juice and beer; water - and lipid-soluble antioxidative capacity in bakers yeast, cheese, tea & coffee and lipid-soluble antioxidative capacity in edible oil and salami extracts.
The results of antioxidative assays by the TBA method carried out with the application of the khanom-chin containing volatile oil from garlic compared with that of the control are shown in Figure 4.
The results obtained reported that there is a correlation between antioxidative activities and reducing power of certain bioactive compounds.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a new study revealed that a water soluble extract of cinnamon, which contains antioxidative compounds, could help reduce risk factors associated with diabetes and heart disease.
Contributors working in molecular and cellular biology, plant research, vegetable production, biotechnology, and other fields in Canada, Europe, and India discuss the role of reactive oxygen species and antioxidative mechanisms during tomato-pathogen interactions, different defense genes, approaches to pest monitoring by using plant-driven information for assessing crop health, the current status of tomato pests and innovative control strategies, tomato bioactive compounds and human health, predominant bacteria in tomato rhizospheric soils, and the endophytic contributor for biocontrol and plant growth enhancement.
The extracts of these four specific herbs have been shown to have antioxidative properties and significant weight reduction properties.
Effect of auricular pellet acupressure on antioxidative systems in high-risk diabetes mellitus.
3]), and the authors did not detect statistical interactions between BC and common polymorphisms in genes related to antioxidative defense (GSTM1, GSTP1, GSTT1, NQO1, catalase, and HMOX-1).
Grapes and red wines contain antioxidative phenolic compounds and organic acids that have antimicrobial properties.
A number of studies indicate that phenolic compounds from apples might reduce the risk of colon cancer because of their antioxidative and antiproliferative activities and by favorably modulating gene expression.