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EPR examination of free radicals thermally formed in vaselinum flavum

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Spin traps in the detection of free radicals in the blood of patients with ischemia

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Antioxidant activity and free radicals of roasted herbal materials

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Effect of UV irradiation on free radicals in synthetic melanin and melanin biopolymer from Sepia officinalis – EPR examination

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Complexity of free radical Metabolism in human Erythrocytes

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An Esr Study of Free Radicals Scavenging by Red Tea

An Esr Study of Free Radicals Scavenging by Red Tea

Herbal tea is known to exhibit the scavenging of free radicals responsible for cellular damage. We studied the effect of water treated with reverse osmotic filter equipped with a special dielectric ceramic composite on the antioxidant activity of red tea. Methanol solution of DPPH was added to the tea extract and the RT decay of DPPH free radicals was studied by ESR spectroscopy. Red tea brewed from tap water treated with the composite filter was found to exhibit higher radical scavenging efficiency in comparison with that of the tea brewed from tap water, mineral water and reverse osmosis water.

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Effect of microwave power on EPR spectra of thermally sterilized eucerinum anhydricum

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Association Between Oxidative Stress and Melanoma Progression

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Interaction Of Propylthiouracil With Model Systems Generating A Superoxide Radical

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Melatonin combats molecular terrorism at the mitochondrial level

melatonin: multiplicity of mechanisms from radical detoxification to radical avoidance. Endocrine   27 : 119-130. Hardeland R and Poeggeler B (2003). Non-vertebrate melatonin. J Pineal Res   34 : 233-241. Hardeland R, Balzer I, Poeggeler B, Fuhrberg B, Uria H, Behrmann G, Wolf R, Meyer TJ, Reiter RJ (1995). On the primary functions of melatonin in evolution: mediation of photoperiodic signals in a unicell, photoxidation, and scavenging of free radicals. J Pineal Res   18 : 104-111. Hardeland

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