autooxidation


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autooxidation

[¦ȯd·ō‚äk·sə′dā·shən] autoxidation
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2), we can observe different band assignments that belong to chemical groups or bonds according to autooxidation mechanism.
Involvement of the superoxide anion radical in the autooxidation of pytrogallol and a convenient assay of superoxide dismutase.
These include mitochondrial respiration (electron leakage from electron transport chain and subsequent production of the superoxide radical), prostanoid metabolism, the autooxidation of catecholoamines, and oxidase enzymatic activity (NAD(P)H oxidase, xanthine oxidase) [18].
Furthermore, the removal of the organic load by physical/chemical and biological processes within the upper layer of the disposal pond (by autooxidation, sedimentation, degradation) was confirmed.
The answer is that in the presence of oxygen, vitamin C undergoes autooxidation at physiological pH, a reaction not significantly slowed by the EDTA-facilitated removal of transition metal cations.
The porphyrins can undergo photo-oxidation and autooxidation generating free radicals.
The method is based on inhibition the enzymes of autooxidation of adrenaline in the alkaline environment (pH 10.
The faster formation of hexanal in pellets may be due to an accumulation of semistable fatty acid hydroperoxides during the propagation stage of autooxidation, as seen in model studies (Chan 1987).
Excessive exposure could result in dopamine receptor loss or inactivation through damage to the membrane mediated by free radicals or cytotoxic quinones generated by the Mn catalyzing effect on autooxidation of this neurotransmitter (17).
Comments: Vistanol GDHR from RITA is a 100% plant-derived, high viscosity oil with good stability for autooxidation, excellent skin tolerance, superior gloss and good dispersibility for pigments.