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Cardiopulmonary bypass patients undergoing heart valve replacement surgery appear to be under oxidative stress, when compared with normal healthy controls, by showing increased levels of protein and lipid damage. During bypass surgery two further episodes of oxidative stress occur. The first is...
Nitrogen dioxide less than 100 ppm in air induced lipid peroxidation of liposome composed of l-palmitoyl-2-arachidonylphosphatidylcholine as assessed by thiobarbituric acid reactivity. The nitrogen dioxide-induced lipid peroxidation was enhanced by cysteine, glutathione and bovine serum albumin....
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), a lipid soluble steroid, administered to rats (100 mg/kg b.wt) by a single intraperitoneal injection, increases to twice its normal level in the liver microsomes. Microsomes so enriched become resistant to lipid peroxidation induced by incubation with carbon...
Creatine kinase is a sulfhydryl containing enzyme that is particularly susceptible to oxidative inactivation. This enzyme is potentially vulnerable to inactivation under conditions when it would be used as a diagnostic marker of tissue damage such as during cardiac ischemia/reperfusion or other...
The use of salicylate as a chemical trap for -OH represents a simple and convenient alternative to the use of spin trapping techniques to study oxidative injury in isolated perfused organs. In these systems, salicylate is included in the perfusion buffer at concentrations ranging from 0.1 to 2mM...
The antioxidant activity of saliva has been investigated in 28 apparently healthy individuals and seven dental patients with periodontal disease. The results show that the major aqueous antioxidant component of whole saliva is uric acid, with lesser contributions from ascorbic acid and albumin....
Oxidation of biological prenylquinols, like plastoquinol-9 (PQH 2 -9), ubiquinol-10 (UQH 2 -10), reduced vitamins K 1 (VK 1 H 2 ) and K 2 (VK 2 H 2 ), α-tocopherol quinol (α-TQH 2 ) and α-tocopherol (α-T) was followed by their fluorescence during sonication of egg yolk lecithin/prenylquinol...
We evaluated the effect of 4-(2-benzylphenoxy)-N-methylbutylamine hydrochloride (bifemelane hydrochloride) on superoxide production by human neutrophils using an MCLA-dependent chemiluminescence assay. Bifemelane hydrochloride dose-dependently inhibited superoxide production by neutrophils...
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