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Changes produced in the antioxidative activity of phospholipids as a consequence of their oxidation.
The antioxidative activities of native and oxidized soybean phosphatidylcholine (PC), phosphatidylthanolamine (PE), and phosphatidylinositol (PI) in the protection of soybean oil heated in the darkExpand
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Effect of the pyrrole polymerization mechanism on the antioxidative activity of nonenzymatic browning reactions.
The present investigation was undertaken to study how the antioxidative activity (AA) of nonenzymatic browning reactions is changing at the same time that the browning (by the pyrrole polymerizationExpand
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Phospholipid oxidation and nonenzymatic browning development in phosphatidylethanolamine/ribose/lysine model systems
Fatty acid losses, lipid oxidation, pyrrole formation, and browning and fluorescence development were determined in four mixtures of phosphatidylethanolamine (PE), ribose (RI), and/or lysine (lys)Expand
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Effects of antioxidant supplementation on duodenal Se-Met absorption in ethanol-exposed rat offspring in vivo.
The nutritional deficiencies provoked by ethanol consumption, during gestation or lactation, can contribute to multiple birth defects in offspring. In order to improve our knowledge about seleniumExpand
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Dietary selenium plus folic acid as an antioxidant therapy for ethanol-exposed pups.
BACKGROUND Nutrients such as folic acid and selenium are decreased in dams exposed to ethanol during gestation and lactation, affecting their metabolism, antioxidant balance, and the future health ofExpand
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Role of selenium and glutathione peroxidase on development, growth, and oxidative balance in rat offspring.
Selenium (Se), an essential trace metal, is important in both growth and reproduction and is the constituent of different selenoproteins. The glutathione peroxidase (GPx) family is the most studiedExpand
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Serum selenium levels and oxidative balance as differential markers in hepatic damage caused by alcohol.
AIMS Antioxidant system abnormalities have been associated with ethanol consumption. This study examines the effects of chronic ethanol consumption on oxidative balance, including selenium (Se)Expand
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Selenium dietary supplementation as a mechanism to restore hepatic selenoprotein regulation in rat pups exposed to alcohol.
Ethanol exposure during gestation and lactation decreases selenium (Se) intake, disrupting body Se balance and inducing oxidative stress in rat offspring. Selenium-supplemented diet (0.5 ppm) wasExpand
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Determination of pyrrolized phospholipids in oxidized phospholipid vesicles and lipoproteins.
The Ehrlich reaction was optimized to determine pyrrolized phospholipids produced as a consequence of oxidative stress. The procedure consisted of the treatment of the modified phospholipids withExpand
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Metabolic syndrome and selenium in fetal programming: gender differences.
OBJECTIVES Since Selenium (Se) forms part of glutathione peroxidase (GPx), which appears to have a dual role in Metabolic Syndrome (MS), this study evaluates the implication of Se in the transmissionExpand
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