antihemolytic

an·ti·he·mo·lyt·ic

(an'tē-hē-mō-lit'ik, an'tē-hem-ō-),
Preventing hemolysis.

an·ti·he·mo·lyt·ic

(an'tē-hē-mō-lit'ik)
Preventing hemolysis.
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Antioxidant and antihemolytic activity of ethanol extracts of Rubus coreanus Miquel.
The standard antioxidant ascorbic acid and the EEPs showed concentration- and time-dependent antihemolytic activity.
Gallic acid (3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoic acid) is a precursor of hydrolysable tannins in the biosynthesis that occurs in plants [10] and its natural and semisynthetic derivatives have been associated with a wide variety of biological activities, such as antiproliferative [11-13], chemopreventive [14], antihemolytic [15], antioxidant [16], and anti-inflammatory [17] activities.
Eating strawberries also improved other parameters such as the general plasma lipid profile, antioxidant biomarkers (such as vitamin C or oxygen radical absorbance capacity), antihemolytic defences and platelet function.
Apart from lowering cholesterol, the strawberry diet helped to improve general plasma lipid profile, antioxidants and antihemolytic activities and platelet function, according to a (http://medicalxpress.com/news/2014-02-strawberries-cholesterol.html) statement from the researchers.
Phenol and flavonoid contents were determined which may be responsible for antihemolytic effect tested in vitro on human erythrocytes.
Ginsenoside Rb1 can promote the formation of nerve fibers and maintain its function to prevent sexual dysfunction, depress central nervous system, promote serum protein synthesis, promote cholesterol synthesis and decomposition, and inhibit the decomposition of neutral fat and antihemolytic reaction [6].
Antihemolytic Effects of Green Tea, Safflower, and Mulberry Extracts during Plasmodium berghei Infection in Mice.
Antioxidative and antihemolytic activity of soybean isoflavones.
After 240 min, HEG inhibited 80.9 [+ or -] 5.6% of oxidative hemolysis at 75 [micro]g/mL, demonstrating superior antihemolytic action relative to that of ascorbic acid, which protected 67.6 [+ or -] 4.5% of erythrocytes at the same concentration (Figure 3(a)).
The alkyl gallates, like methyl, propyl, octyl, and dodecyl gallates, have a wide range of biological activities, used in food manufacturing as antioxidants, as well as in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, as well as antifungal [6, 21], antibacterial [22], antiviral [23], antitumoral [7], and antihemolytic activities [24].