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Melatonin attenuates diabetes‐induced oxidative stress in rabbits
- K. Winiarska, T. Frączyk, Dominika Malińska, J. Drozak, J. Bryła
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of pineal research
- 1 March 2006
Abstract: Oxidative stress is considered to be the main cause of diabetic complications. As the role of antioxidants in diabetes therapy is still underestimated, the aim of the present investigation… Expand
Lipoic acid ameliorates oxidative stress and renal injury in alloxan diabetic rabbits.
- K. Winiarska, Dominika Malińska, K. Szymański, M. Dudziak, J. Bryła
- Chemistry, Medicine
- 1 March 2008
The therapeutic potential of lipoic acid (LA) in diabetes and diabetic nephropathy treatment was elucidated. Alloxan diabetic rabbits were treated daily for three weeks with either 10 or 50 mg of LA… Expand
[Lipoic acid: characteristics and therapeutic application].
Lipoic acid (LA) and its reduced form dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA, are present in all prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Lipoic acid was once considered a vitamin, but now it is commonly accepted that it… Expand
Mitochondrialne kanaly jonowe
: Ion channels are proteins, which facilitate the ions flow throught biological membranes. In recent years the structure as well as the function of the plasma membrane ion channels have been well… Expand
S3/6 A novel potassium channels in mitochondria
P 8 . 8 Flavonoid-induced changes in oxygen consumption and mitochondrial membrane potential in isolated endothelial mitochondria
The impact of an endurance training (ET) on the bioenergetics of muscle mitochondria under hypothermia (25oC), normothermia (35oC), and hyperthermia (42oC) will be discussed by the example of rat… Expand
S3.30 Cytoprotective effects of mitochondrial potassium channel opener BMS-191095
[Flavonoids--characteristics and significance for therapy].
Cytoprotective Effects Of Mitochondrial Potassium Channel Opener BMS-191095
Mitochondrial potassium channel openers (KCO's) were shown to be cytoprotective in models of ischemia-reperfusion induced injury in brain, heart and skeletal muscle tissue. The aim of this study was… Expand