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combined with or having undergone a chemical reaction with oxygen

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(2) What's curious, not to mention disturbing, is that despite finding no supporting data, the VKM concluded that concerns related to the regular consumption of oxidized marine oils warranted changes in consumer behaviour.
When estimating lubricating properties of oxidized vegetable oil, it should be kept in mind that an increasing amount of hydroperoxides causes both changes in triglyceride structure and an increasing amount of free fatty acids.
This consideration may also explain why the results of epidemiologic studies of the association between autoantibodies against atherosclerosis-relevant antigens (such as oxidized LDL) and cardiovascular disease have been inconsistent.
Scientists at the University of Georgia have been investigating the use of electrolyzed oxidized water to sanitize fresh chicken meat.
The relative contribution of PON192 and PON 55 to development of myocardial infarction (MI) in resident Indian population and their association with oxidized LDL and total antioxidant have not been adequately addressed.
The latest patent adds to previous United States patents (5,900,359 issued May 4, 1999, Method for Determination of Oxidized Lipoproteins and Use Thereof, and 7,160,733 issued January 9, 2007, Ligand Specific to B2-glycoprotein I and Use Thereof.
[USPRwire, Mon Jul 29 2019] This research report titled "Global Oxidized PAN Fiber Market Insights, Forecast to 2025" has been added to the wide online database managed by Market Research Hub (MRH).
"So we asked ourselves why we would see aerosols at the station which were not very oxidized after they had been in the atmosphere for a week.
Dosedependent modulation of tissue factor protein and procoagulant activity in human monocyte-derived macrophages by oxidized low density lipoprotein.
The fact that the oil was oxidized was not too surprising (think back to the studies from the 1970s), but the amount of oil that was oxidized and how fast the oxidation happened certainly caught us, and the oil spill community, by surprise.
The presence of such antibodies in human sera strongly indicates that formation of such epitopes followed by specific immune reactions also takes place in vivo, presumably as protection against oxidized LDL and atherosclerosis [14, 15], for example, there is an inverse association between MDA-LDL IgM antibodies and carotid atherosclerosis [16].
However, graphite is easily oxidized by air at temperatures greater than 450[degrees]C [4].
Thus, as an alternative, strategies are needed to reduce the toxic effects of thermally oxidized dietary lipids.
We have previously shown that oxidized linoleic acid significantly lowers plasma triglyceride (TG) levels as compared to animals fed oleic acid.