Redox chemistry of the molecular interactions between tea catechins and human serum proteins under simulated hyperglycemic conditions.

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Carbonylation is an irreversible modification in oxidized proteins that has been directly related to a number of health disorders including Type 2 diabetes. Dietary antioxidants have been proposed to counteract the oxidative stress occurring under hyperglycemic conditions. An understanding of the nature and consequences of the molecular interactions between… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5fo01525a

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@article{zyurt2016RedoxCO, title={Redox chemistry of the molecular interactions between tea catechins and human serum proteins under simulated hyperglycemic conditions.}, author={Hazal {\"O}zyurt and Carolina S. Luna and Mario Est{\'e}vez}, journal={Food & function}, year={2016}, volume={7 3}, pages={1390-400} }