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Vitamin C improves endothelial function of conduit arteries in patients with chronic heart failure.
BACKGROUND Chronic heart failure (CHF) is associated with endothelial dysfunction including impaired endothelium-mediated, flow-dependent dilation (FDD). There is evidence for increased radical… Expand
Desmin from avian smooth muscle. Purification and partial characterization.
A rapid and sensitive method for the determination of ascorbic acid using 4,7-diphenyl-1,10-phenanthroline
Effects of pH and Ferrous Ion on the Degradation of Glucosinolates by Myrosinase
During the enzymatic degradation of sinigrin, the release of glucose and the formation of allyl isothiocyanate via subsequent cleavage of the aglucon were studied in the presence or absence of… Expand
Accelerated fermentation process for the manufacture of fish sauce using histidine
Addition of histidine accelerated hydrolysis of fish protein during fermentation in the manufacture of fish sauce and after 4 mo fermentation yielded a product typical of traditional fish sauce. The… Expand
Overall Quality and Sensory Acceptance of a Lysine‐Fortified Fish Sauce
The feasibility of making fish sauce with added lysine was studied. A difference was found in quality of the volatile compounds detected from the control and from the lysine-added samples. High… Expand
Effect of Water Removal on Meat Quality Using Contact-dehydrating Sheet
A dehydrating device comprises high osmotic pressure substance, polymeric water absorber and hydrophilic alcohol, which are co-present and are integrally covered with a semipermeable membrane… Expand
A Catheptic Protease Active in Ultimate pH of Muscle
The Dissociation of “Myosin B” from the Stored Rabbit Muscle into Myosin A and Actin and its Interaction with ATP
pared from the muscles at different stages of aging. Inferring that these differences might be mostly dependent on the content of myosin A and actin in "myosin B", their approximate contents in… Expand
Ascorbate indirectly stimulates fatty acid utilization in primary cultured guinea pig hepatocytes by enhancing carnitine synthesis.
L-Ascorbic acid is required for the synthesis of L-carnitine, which is essential for the oxidation of long-chain fatty acids. The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of ascorbate on the… Expand