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Toxic cyanobacterial cells containing microcystins induce oxidative stress in exposed tilapia fish (Oreochromis sp.) under laboratory conditions.
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The findings of the present investigation show that microcystins induce oxidative stress in a time-dependent manner and that the type of administration of the cyanobacterial cells influences the extent of these effects. Expand
Antioxidant enzyme activity and lipid peroxidation in liver and kidney of rats exposed to microcystin-LR administered intraperitoneally.
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Acute exposure to MCLR results in a decrease in the antioxidant enzymes and an increase in lipid peroxidation in liver and kidney rats, suggesting the oxidative stress as an important role in the pathogenesis of M CLR-induced toxicity. Expand
Effects of dietary fats (fish, olive and high-oleic-acid sunflower oils) on lipid composition and antioxidant enzymes in rat liver.
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It appears that changes in the liver fatty acid composition due mainly to n-3 lipids may enhance the efficiency of the antioxidant defence system. Expand
The role of inflammatory markers in the cardioprotective effect of L-carnitine in L-NAME-induced hypertension.
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The chronic administration of LC reduces blood pressure and attenuates the inflammatory process associated with arterial hypertension. Expand
L-carnitine attenuates oxidative stress in hypertensive rats.
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Chronic administration of LC leads to an increase in hepatic and cardiac antioxidant defense and a reduction in the systemic oxidative process in SHR, therefore, LC might increase NO availability inSHR aorta by a Reduction in superoxide anion production. Expand
Antioxidant activity of propionyl-L-carnitine in liver and heart of spontaneously hypertensive rats.
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The hypotriglyceridemic effect of PLC and the antioxidant capacity of P LC in SHR are demonstrated and its beneficial use protecting tissues from hypertension-accompanying oxidative damage is demonstrated. Expand
Captopril reduces cardiac inflammatory markers in spontaneously hypertensive rats by inactivation of NF-kB
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Findings show that captopril decreases the inflammation process in the left ventricle of hypertensive rats and suggest that NF-κB-driven inflammatory reactivity might be responsible for this effect through an inactivation of NF-kkB-dependent pro-inflammatory factors. Expand
Comparative effects of captopril and l-carnitine on blood pressure and antioxidant enzyme gene expression in the heart of spontaneously hypertensive rats.
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It is found that l-carnitine and captopril have a similar antioxidant effect in the hearts of hypertensive rats. Expand
The protective role of l-carnitine against cylindrospermopsin-induced oxidative stress in tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
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The results of this study demonstrated for the first time the beneficial antioxidant effects of LC dietary supplementation on oxidative stress status in fish, suggesting that LC is a chemoprotectant that reduces hepatic and renal oxidative stress and may be effective when used for the prophylaxis and treatment of CYN-related intoxication in fish. Expand
Oxidative stress: Normal pregnancy versus preeclampsia.
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This review focuses on the mechanism of oxidative stress in pregnancy as well as its involvement and consequences on the human pregnancy-specific clinical syndrome preeclampsia. Expand
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