Long-Term Sodium Ferulate Supplementation Scavenges Oxygen Radicals and Reverses Liver Damage Induced by Iron Overloading.

Abstract

Ferulic acid is a polyphenolic compound contained in various types of fruits and wheat bran. As a salt of the active ingredient, sodium ferulate (SF) has potent free radical scavenging activity and can effectively scavenge ROS. In this study, we examined the effect of SF on iron-overloaded mice in comparison to a standard antioxidant, taurine (TAU). We… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/molecules21091219

Topics

7 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@article{Qiao2016LongTermSF, title={Long-Term Sodium Ferulate Supplementation Scavenges Oxygen Radicals and Reverses Liver Damage Induced by Iron Overloading.}, author={Yang Qiao and Huan He and Zeyu Zhang and Zhangping Liao and Dong Yin and Dan Liu and Min Huang and Ming He}, journal={Molecules}, year={2016}, volume={21 9} }