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scavenging

of anesthetic. See anesthetic scavenging.
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edulis butanol fraction is able to scavenge the highly reactive hydroxyl radical through peroxide oxidation unlike in the hydrogen peroxide assay where the ethylacetate fraction inhibits or scavenge hydroxyl radical better than the entire fractions.
The GLA said 40 Bulgarian workers had to scavenge for food in the fields where they worked because Cornwall-based Baltic Work Team Ltd had not paid them.
CDW/CDF1 to CDF4 exhibited equivalent ability to scavenge the nitric oxide and the I[C.
Thus, the most likely explanation for the current findings is that melatonin's effects were a consequence of its ability to scavenge the *OH and possibly also [H.
Literally, to scavenge through someone's trash is just unsightly.
Many other predator species also scavenge to a lesser extent (DeVault et al.
Antioxidants are both natural and synthetic compounds, able to scavenge free radicals and to inhibit oxidation processes [7].
Several studies have shown that plant derived antioxidant nutraceuticals scavenge free radicals and modulate oxidative stress-related degenerative effects [8].
These antioxidants eliminate pro oxidants and scavenge free radicals (Arouma, 1996).
Two natural products Polypodium leucotomos extract (PL) and kojic acid (KA) were tested for their ability to scavenge reactive oxygen species (.
The ability of MLS and CELS to scavenge hydrogen peroxide was determined according to the method of Ruch et al.