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.
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.