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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Antihemolytic and antitumor effects of Rhaphnus Sativa with M-m SOD like activity.
The ability of ESV to protect against lipid peroxidation was evaluated using an antihemolytic assay in human erythrocytes that were incubated with the oxidant 2, 2'-azobis-(2-amidinopropane) dihydrochloride (AAPH), a thermoinducible initiator of lipid peroxidation, as described by Campos et al.
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.
Antioxidative and antihemolytic activity of soybean isoflavones.
The antihemolytic potential of ExC was evaluated in erythrocytes submitted to lipid peroxidation and consequent hemolysis induced by 2,2'-azobis(2-amidinopropane) dihydrochloride (AAPH) for 240 min at different concentrations.