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Melatonin directly scavenges free radicals generated in red blood cells and a cell-free system: chemiluminescence measurements and theoretical calculations.
- I. Zavodnik, A. Domanski, E. Lapshina, M. Bryszewska, R. Reiter
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Life sciences
- 20 June 2006
Melatonin, a pineal secretory product, has properties of both direct and indirect powerful antioxidant. The aim of the present study was to compare the radical-scavenging, structural and electronic… Expand
Oxidative Processes Induced by tert-Butyl Hydroperoxide in Human Red Blood Cells: Chemiluminescence Studies
The erythrocyte is a good model for investigation of the mechanisms of cell damage induced by oxidizing agents. Oxidative damage to cell components and cellular metabolism results in impaired… Expand
Variations of the Earth's rotation rate and cyclic processes in geodynamics
Abstract The authors analyzed the relationship between variations of the Earth's rotation rate and the geodynamic processes within the Earth's body, including seismic activity. The rotation rate of a… Expand
Zonal concentration of some geophysical process intensity caused by tides and variations in the Earth's rotation velocity
Abstract. We analyzed what kind of fundamental physical phenomena can be responsible for the generation of the anomalous latitudinal zones of the seismic activity, and the hotspots, and some other… Expand
On causes of the low seismic activity in the Earth's polar latitudes