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redox

(rē`dŏks): see oxidation and reductionoxidation and reduction,
complementary chemical reactions characterized by the loss or gain, respectively, of one or more electrons by an atom or molecule. Originally the term oxidation
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Market research on consumer attitudes toward oxidized products
In terms of all sensory attributes, the trained panel found no differences among the bake-only nugget samples, as well as between the control with wheat flour and the treatments with oxidized starches.
The previously produced oxidized potato starch is used for further acetylation which was done as per the above mentioned procedure.
Oxidized fats contribute to heart disease (and sudden death from heart attacks) in an additional way, Kummerow said.
DiSilvestro describes daily apple consumption as significantly more effective at lowering oxidized LDL than other antioxidants he has studied, including the spice-based compound curcumin, green tea, and tomato extract.
They focused a study, published in Clinical Immunology (Aug 20, 2009), on what happens when T cells come into contact with oxidized LDL cholesterol.
They demonstrate no changes in a variety of in vivo markers of oxidative stress, lipid peroxidation or inflammation after daily intake of 8 grams of oxidized fish oil (equivalent to 1.
When estimating lubricating properties of oxidized vegetable oil, it should be kept in mind that an increasing amount of hydroperoxides causes both changes in triglyceride structure and an increasing amount of free fatty acids.
Oxidized LDL has been shown to play a key role in the initiation and progression of atherosclerosis, making the Mercodia Oxidized LDL ELISA a critical biomarker in cardiovascular disease-related studies and the most widely used method commercially available today.
Scientists at the University of Georgia have been investigating the use of electrolyzed oxidized water to sanitize fresh chicken meat.
CNTs and UHMWPE were blended during 30 min at 270[degrees]C and oxidized or silanized CNTs of 1 wt% were used in the CNT/UHMWPE nanocomposites.