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

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2004), also its antioxidative activity is stronger than butylated hydroxyanisole, butylated hydroxytoluene and DL-alpha-tocopherol.
The liver is the primary storage organ of Zn and is the most responsive organ for antioxidative function and is sensitive to Zn deficiency.
A probiotic, Lactobacillus fermentum ME-3, has antioxidative capacity in soft cheese spreads with different fats.
987; N=3) was noticed amongst total phenolics, total flavonoids and antioxidative capacity of experimented varieties.
Keywords: Transition metal complexes, Schiff base, Antioxidative action, Superoxide radical, Hydroxyl radical.
acidophilus manifest antioxidative activity and inhibit linoleic acid peroxidation, and this inhibition plays a role in the lipid peroxidation process.
In addition, aronia fruit extracts exert a potent antiplatelet effect - they prevent platelet activation and at the same time increase the activity of platelet antioxidative enzymes, such as glutathione peroxidase, superoxide dismutase, or catalase, inhibited by hydrogen peroxide (Olas et al.
The flavanone naringenin (5,7,4-trihydroxyflavanone) is known to exhibit anticarcinogenic, antioxidative, antiatherogenic, estrogenic, and immunomodulatory activity (Nutr.
The data demonstrated that cardiac function and exercise capacity improved in CDC-treated mdx mice, ac companied by enhanced activation of the antioxidative Nrf2 pathway, attenuation of inflammation, reduction in collagen content and fibrosis, and augmented cardio myogenesis in CDC-treated mdx hearts.
The data demonstrated that cardiac function and exercise capacity improved in CDC-treated mdx mice, accompanied by enhanced activation of the antioxidative Nrf2 pathway, attenuation of inflammation, reduction in collagen content and fibrosis, and augmented cardiomyogenesis in CDC-treated mdx hearts.
Both reactive oxygen species and reactive nitrogen species that are formed in erythrocytes are inactivated by antioxidative enzymes and non-enzymatic antioxidants.
The medication historically has been used to counteract acetaminophen overdose, as a mucolytic agent for the treatment of respiratory diseases, and in the treatment of contrast-induced nephropathy, polycystic ovary syndrome, and more recently, psychiatric disorders, because of its antioxidative and anti-inflammatory properties.
Among natural, so-called primary scavengers, antioxidative enzymes of red blood cells and of the serum play a major role [4].
These nutrients have anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, anticarcinogenic, and cholesterol-lowering effects.