Ubiquinol reduces gamma glutamyltransferase as a marker of oxidative stress in humans

@inproceedings{Onur2014UbiquinolRG,
  title={Ubiquinol reduces gamma glutamyltransferase as a marker of oxidative stress in humans},
  author={Simone Onur and Petra Niklowitz and Gunnar Jacobs and Ute Noethlings and Wolfgang Lieb and Thomas Menke and Frank D{\"o}ring},
  booktitle={BMC Research Notes},
  year={2014}
}
The reduced form of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), ubiquinol (Q10H2), serves as a potent antioxidant in mitochondria and lipid membranes. There is evidence that Q10H2 protects against oxidative events in lipids, proteins and DNA. Serum gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT) activity is associated with cardiovascular diseases. In a physiological range, activity of GGT is a potential early and sensitive marker of inflammation and oxidative stress. In this study, we first examined the relationship between CoQ10… CONTINUE READING
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