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Physiology and pathophysiology of renal aquaporins.
- T. Kwon, H. Hager, L. N. Nejsum, M. Andersen, J. Frøkiaer, S. Nielsen
- BiologySeminars in nephrology
- 1 March 1999
Investigation of the aquaporins is providing detailed molecular insight into the fundamental physiology and pathophysiology of water balance and water balance disorders, suggesting a role for AQP2 in the development of water retention.
Potential antioxidants in beer assessed by ESR spin trapping.
Sulfite was found to be the only compound that was able to delay the formation of radicals, whereas phenolic compounds such as phenolic acids, catechin, epicatechin, and proanthocyanidin dimers had no effect on the formationof radicals.
Expression and immunolocalization of aquaporin water channels in rat exocrine pancreas.
- P. T. Hurley, C. Ferguson, R. Case
- BiologyAmerican journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal…
- 1 April 2001
To evaluate the contribution of AQPs to the membrane water permeability, video microscopy was used to measure the swelling of acinar cells in response to hypotonic stress, and the marked effect of Hg(2+) suggests that other water channels may be expressed in the basolateral membrane.
Evaluation of oxidative stability of vegetable oils by monitoring the tendency to radical formation. A comparison of electron spin resonance spectroscopy with the Rancimat method and differential…
Interactions between tocopherols, tocotrienols and carotenoids during autoxidation of mixed palm olein and fish oil
A role for taurine in mitochondrial function
- S. Hansen, M. Andersen, C. Cornett, R. Gradinaru, N. Grunnet
- BiologyJournal of Biomedical Science
- 24 August 2010
By application of the model presented, taurine depletion caused by hyperglycemia could provide a link between mitochondrial dysfunction and diabetes.
Identification of free radical intermediates in oxidized wine using electron paramagnetic resonance spin trapping.
- R. Elias, M. Andersen, L. Skibsted, A. Waterhouse
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 9 April 2009
Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy was used to detect and identify several free radical species in wine under oxidative conditions with the aid of spin traps, providing the first direct evidence of the Fenton reaction in wine.
The important role of taurine in oxidative metabolism.
- S. Hansen, M. Andersen, H. Birkedal, C. Cornett, F. Wibrand
- Biology, ChemistryAdvances in experimental medicine and biology
A general biochemical model with preliminary data demonstrating the important role of taurine as mitochondrial matrix buffer for stabilising the mitochondrial oxidation is developed, which represents a new concept for understanding mitochondrial dysfunction by emphasising the importance of taurus for providing sufficient pH buffering in the mitochondrial matrix.