Decreased GSH and increased MDA and protein carbonyl
content were observed in serum of broilers fed HSPI and HSPIO (p<0.
The highest values of the rheometric torque gain during crosslinking were obtained for composites with addition of carbonyl
iron powder and iron oxide gamma (Fig.
Results: Protein carbonyl
content levels and oxidative DNA damage were significantly higher (p < 0.
Because the mass loss was not measured in this study, the carbonyl
index and lignin index were used to analyze the mass loss during the process of colonization.
It is worth mentioning that the notable feature of this oxidant is that even amine such as a- methyl aminopyridine (entry, 11) and flurene (entry, 12) were easily converted to corresponding carbonyl
compounds with reasonable yields.
60] nanoparticles, and neat formamide with its carbonyl
absorption at 1665 [cm.
UC), the carbonyl
lesions may create a vicious loop with oxidative stress, aggravating cell and tissue damage [19, 87].
In plasma of the patients in all four groups, the concentration of protein reactive carbonyl
products was significantly lower than in controls samples and did not depend on the initial form of CKD.
Each group was administered with three different iron supplements carbonyl
iron, ferrous sulphate and ferrous fumarate for a period of 60 days.
Furthermore, several studies show no effect of phenolic-containing plant extracts on the formation ofprotein carbonyl
groups during heat treatment of meat products (ESTEVEZ et al.
After ethanol consumption by the mothers during pre and postnatal days, an increase in the oxidative stress markers such as Ox-LDL and protein carbonyl
and a parallel decrease in the total antioxidant capacity was observed in early postnatal days in the offspring.
The study investigated exhaled breath for carbonyls
, specifically aldehydes and ketones, from patients with suspected lung cancer identified on computed tomography scans, using UofL's silicone microprocessor, and a mass spectrometer.