autooxidation


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autooxidation

[¦ȯd·ō‚äk·sə′dā·shən] autoxidation
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The results obtained with the [beta]-carotene autooxidation inhibition test indicate that the crude ethanolic extract had 60.81%, lower than BHT and BHA but higher than ascorbic acid, since this method is used to evaluate the antioxidant capacity of nonpolar substances.
In the brains of the AD patients, cerebral atrophy, seizures, and intellectual disabilities are shown, which are caused by the autooxidation of homocysteine [154,155], andhyperhomocysteinemia is also found in the brains of the AD patients [156].
Involvement of the superoxide anion radical in the autooxidation of pyrogallol and a convenient assay for superoxide dismutase.
They exhibit catalytic effects and participate in different reactions in the autooxidation process.
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 autooxidation of unsaturated fatty acid also leads to emission of volatile aldehydes.
Alternatively, cholesterol can be subject to nonenzymatic autooxidation, which leads to the formation of a number of cholesterol oxidation products, including 7-ketocholesterol, 7[alpha]-hydroxycholesterol, 7[beta]-hydroxycholesterol, 5, 6[alpha]-epoxy-cholesterol, and 5, 6[beta]-epoxycholesterol.