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We measured lipoperoxides, as malondialdehyde (MDA), by liquid chromatography in plasma from 230 male and 148 female adult blood donors, to establish reliable reference values and to compare possible sex-, age-, and specimen-related differences. Our studies show that mean have higher MDA concentrations in plasma than do women (P less than 0.05), older men(More)
Urinary lipoperoxides, measured as the malondialdehyde-thiobarbituric acid adduct, were quantified by adapting to urine the liquid-chromatographic method of Wong et al. (Clin Chem 1987;33:214-20) to plasma. Reference intervals for untimed urine specimens from 121 men, ages 16 to 67 years, and 107 women, ages 15 to 55, were determined. Their concentrations(More)
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