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The relationship between antioxidant activity, first electrochemical oxidation potential, and spin population of flavonoid radicals

activity of natural flavonoids is governed by number and location of their aromatic hydroxyl groups. Chem Phys Lipids 1996;79:157-63. doi: 10.1016/0009-3084(96)02523-6 14. Bors W, Heller W, Michel C, Saran M. Flavonoids as antioxidants: determination of radical-scavenging efficiencies. Methods Enzymol 1990;186:343-55. doi: 10.1016/0076-6879(90)86128-I 15. Miličević A, Novak Jovanović I, Miletić GI. Changes in electronic structures of flavonoids upon electrochemical oxidation and a theoretical model for the estimation of the first oxidation potential

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Effects of different concentrations of artemisinin and artemisinin-iron combination treatment on Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cells

of Artemisinin and related compounds on neuronal and glial cells in culture. Chem Biol Interact   96 : 263-271. Galasso V, Kovac B, Modelli A. (2007). A theoretical and experimental study on the molecular and electronic structures of Artemisinin and related drug molecules. Chem Phys   335 : 141-154. Golenser J, Judith HW, Krugliak M, Hunt NH, Grau GE. (2006). Current perspective on the mechanism of action of Artemisinins. Int J Parasitol   36 : 1427-1441. Hackett RL, Shevock PN, Khan

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Molecular Dimerisation in a Multilayer Adsorption Phase on Homogeneous Surfaces of a Solid Adsorbent

in a one-component mobile adsorption phase on energetically homogeneous adsorbents. Adsorpt Sci Technol. 1997;15(9):695-705; 5) Garbacz JK. Association of one-component mobile adsorbate molecules on energetically homogeneous solid adsorbent. Colloid Surface A. 1998;136(3):321-8; 6) Kiselev AV. Non-specific and specific interactions of molecules of different electronic structures with solid surfaces. Discuss Faraday Soc. 1965;40:205-18; 7) Brunauer S, Emmett PH, Teller E. Adsorption of Gases in Multimolecular Layers. J Am Chem Soc. 1938

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Multiple sclerosis lesions on magnetic resonance imaging, their characterization and pathological correlation with musculoskeletal disability in Pakistanis

matter are not visible and despite improved sequences they remain largely undetected. Certainly, other factors such as poor visualization of these lesions with the conventional histological staining methods have played a role on disregarding these lesions [ 18 ]. Gadolinium (Gd), a paramagnetic element, (which has seven unpaired electrons in its electronic structure) when chelated to, for example, diethylene-triaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA; one of a number of chelators currently used) to eliminate the toxic effects of free Gd, is used as contrast agent in MRI

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