lipoate

lip·o·ate

(lip'ō-āt),
A salt or ester of lipoic acid.

lip·o·ate

(lip'ō-āt)
A salt or ester of lipoic acid.
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Antioxidant lipoate and tissue antioxidants in aged rats.
Non-redox-active lipoate derivates disrupt cancer cell mitochondrial metabolism and are potent anticancer agents in vivo.
These synonyms include, but are still not completely limited to, thioctic acid, 6,8-thioctic acid, 6,8-dithioctane acid, 1,2-dithiol-3-valeric acid, lipoate, and a-lipoic acid.
1993; Studies on lipoate effects on blood redox state in human immunodeficiency virus infected patients.
Randomized neuroprotective trial in the elderly is warranted especially with combined use of stabilized sodium R-alpha lipoate and vitamin C.
The new products are the first and only system to have active protection against free oxygen radicals through the antioxidant lipoate.
Furthermore, lipoate can function as a redox regulator of proteins such as myoglobin, prolactin, thioredoxin and NF-kappa B transcription factor.
Studies on the efficacy of lipoate and dihydrolipoate in the alteration of cadmium2+ toxicity in isolated hepatocytes.