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Quantification of malondialdehyde by HPLC-FL - application to various biological samples.
The HPLC-FL method is rapid, accurate and reliable to follow the extent of LPO in various biological samples, particularly in samples in which a low level of MDA is expected, such as cells in culture, and can be used for routine analysis of Mda in clinical laboratory. Expand
Toxicological characterization of the landfill leachate prior/after chemical and electrochemical treatment: a study on human and plant cells.
Toxicological safety of two newly developed methods for the treatment of landfill leachate from the Piškornica (Croatia) sanitary landfill is investigated and both methods are suitable for the Treatment of such complex waste effluent due to high removal efficiency of all measured parameters and toxicologicalSafety of the treated effluent. Expand
Phytochemical and Bioactive Potential of in vivo and in vitro Grown Plants of Centaurea ragusina L. - Detection of DNA/RNA Active Compounds in Plant Extracts via Thermal Denaturation and Circular
Callus tissue and ex vitro leaves represent a valuable source of polyphenols as in vivo leaves and TD and CD can be applied for detection of DNA/RNA active compounds in extracts from natural resources. Expand
Gold and silver nanoparticles effects to the earthworm Eisenia fetida – the importance of tissue over soil concentrations
Despite the fact that both metal NPs were less bioavailable than their ionic forms, at equivalent concentrations accumulated within earthworms tissues they exerted equal or higher toxic potential than their Ionic counterparts. Expand
Correlations between Phytohormones and Drought Tolerance in Selected Brassica Crops: Chinese Cabbage, White Cabbage and Kale
The drought tolerance in Brassicaceae is mostly determined by the increased endogenous levels of IAA, CKs, ABA and SA and the decreased levels of active BRs. Expand
Short-term salt stress in Brassica rapa seedlings causes alterations in auxin metabolism.
Investigations into the physiological, biochemical, and hormonal components of the short-term salinity stress response in Chinese cabbage seedlings, with particular emphasis on the biosynthesis and metabolism of auxin indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), confirmed the stress induced by salt treatment. Expand
Biological Activity of Flavonoids and Rare Sesquiterpene Lactones Isolated From Centaurea ragusina L.
Cell death was shown to be independent of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase and caspase-3 cleavage pointing toward an alternative cell death pathway, and ragusinin showed the best bioactivity and high specificity to affect tumor murine SCCVII, human HeLa and Caco-2 cell lines, but not the viability of normal V79 fibroblasts. Expand
Physiological and Biochemical Response of Wild Olive (Olea europaea Subsp. europaea var. sylvestris) to Salinity
In the face of climate change, water deficit and increasing soil salinity pose an even greater challenge to olive cultivation in the Mediterranean basin. Due to its tolerance to abiotic stresses,Expand
Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Fibigia Triquetra (DC.) Boiss. to Osmotic Stress
The tolerance of the plant species to osmotic stress seems to be associated with increased capacity of the antioxidative system and efficient photoprotective system, and Superoxide dismutase and ascorbate peroxidase appear to play an essential protective role in stressed plants. Expand