Reactions (Carmen Claver, Cyril Godard, Aurora Ruiz, Oscar Pamies, Montserrat Dieguez).
Downregulation of adipose glutathione S-transferase A4 leads to increased protein carbonylation
, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial dysfunction.
Developed by BASF and improved by Monsanto in the 1960s, carbonylation
of methanol catalyzed by rhodium currently represents the most popular technology for its industrial production.
Taken together, perturbation of the redox homeostasis by MAL-A was greater in MOLT3 than MCF7 and A549, via to its dual ability to enhance generation of ROS as also deplete the antioxidant components which may downstream cause cellular damage in terms of protein carbonylation
and/or DNA damage (Manna et al.
33) To our knowledge, we are the first to estimate the level of carbonylation
of plasma proteins in sleep-deprived pregnant women and we found them to be significantly high.
and water-holding capacity of pork subjected to frozen storage: Effect of muscle type, premincing, and packaging.
It is also produced by the carbonylation
of butadiene, phenol-based, and bio-based production processes.
Dalle-Donne I, Giustarini D, Colombo R, Rossi R, Milzani A (2003) Protein carbonylation
in human diseases.
Role of oxidative carbonylation
in protein quality control and senescence.
SaaBre is expected to deliver a significant reduction in variable manufacturing costs, and lead to capital efficiencies, compared to the carbonylation
of methanol route which has been the leading technology for several decades, according to the company.
The microsomal Cytochrome P450 system and xanthine oxidase pathway may be responsible for the generation of ethanol induced oxygen radicals, so the consequences of radical formation include the peroxidation of lipids, carbonylation
of proteins and hydroxylation of nucleotides (7).
Oxidative stress and protein carbonylation
in adipose tissue--Implications for insulin resistance and diabetes mellitus.