4 edition of Tocopherol, oxygen, and biomembranes found in the catalog.
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Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, C. de Duve and O. Hayaishi.|
|Contributions||De Duve, Christian., Hayaishi, Osamu, 1920-, Naito Kinen Kagaku Shinko Zaidan.|
|LC Classifications||QP772.T6 I57 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||78000224|
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Vitamin E is considered a major antioxidant in biomembranes, but little evidence exists for this function in plants under photooxidative stress. Leaf discs of two vitamin E mutants, a tocopherol cyclase mutant (vte1) and a homogentisate phytyl transferase mutant (vte2), were exposed to high light stress at low temperature, which resulted in bleaching and lipid Cited by: Biological Function: Cholesterol Oxidation Protection in LDL. Vitamin E is a true antioxidant and a very powerful and essential nutrient.. Vitamin E is a major lipid soluble antioxidant in Biomembranes and one of the ‘vitamins of choice’ by the liver that includes it when packaging a Low density Lipoprotein (LDL) for cholesterol transport.. The LDL is miniscule in size .
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Title(s): Tocopherol, oxygen, and biomembranes: proceedings of the International Symposium on Tocopherol, Oxygen, and Biomembranes a Naito Foundation symposium/ editors, C. de Duve and O. Hayaishi. PROSTAGLANDINS INFLUENCE OF TOCOPHEROL, ITS CHROMANE COMPOUND, PHYTYL CHAINS AND SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE ON INCREASED VASCULAR RESISTANCE AND PERMEA- BILITY DUE TO ARACHIDONATE METABOLISM IN ISOLATED RABBIT LUNG W.
Seeger, H. Wolf, G. Stlerl, H. Neuhof, L. R6ka Dept. of Clinical Chemistry and Cited by: The g 0 A I 1 rain I [ B I I 1 min w Time Time Fig. Oxygen uptake during the reaction of ipoxygenase with various membrane preparations. The membranes were reacted with ipoxygenase (15 nkat/ml, linoleate oxygenase activity at 25) in M phosphate buffer, pH Oxygen oxygen uptake was measured by means of a Gilson 5\6 by: VITAMIN E IS a term that encompasses a group of potent, lipid–soluble, chain–breaking antioxidants.
Structural analyses have revealed that molecules having vitamin E antioxidant activity include four tocopherols (α, β, γ, δ) and four tocotrienols (α, β, γ, δ); see Fig.
1 A, B.  One form, α–tocopherol, is the most abundant form in nature , has the highest biological. Abstract. Recently, toxicity caused by oxygen and its active species has received much attention in connection with a variety of pathological events.
1 However, the mechanism responsible for the peroxidation of biomembranes is still unclear. Tocopherols (vitamin E) are located in the membranes and act there as an only chain-breaking antioxidant.
2,3 When biomembranes are Cited by: 2. Amemiya, T.,Effect of vitamin E administration on photoreceptor outer segment and retinal pigment epithelium of vitamin E deficient rats, Int. Tocopherol, Oxygen and Biomembranes Edited by C de Duve and 0 Hayalshl.
Pp Elsevler/ North Holland Blomedlcal Press, Amsterdam and New York, $46 75 or Dfl 00 Tlus book consists of the 28 papers presented at a symposmm held III September m Japan, the purpose of which was to.
The term “antioxidant” is not always clearly defined in either popular or scientific literature. In the most general sense, a natural or synthetic antioxidant directly or indirectly functions to minimize damage to biomolecules (mostly proteins, lipids, and DNA) caused by reactive oxygen species (ROS) and/or reactive nitrogen oxide species (RNOS).
Screening complex mixtures of organic. Antioxidant activities of phenolic compounds in solutions membranes, and lipoprotein. Nutrition and biochemistry of the lipophilic antioxidants vitamin E and Carotenoids.
Biokinetics of human plasma vitamin E concentrations. Free-radical regulatory and immunomodulatory effects of bio-normalizer. Effect of dietary factors on the metabolism of essential fatty acids-focusing on the.
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l Thyroid hormones-induced oxidative stress is due to increased ROS release. Tan: We often refer to vitamin E as capturing free radicals, because the vitamin E phenoxyl radical quenches the more damaging rancid-prone radicals on the lipid itself.
Size matters to antioxidant activity. The size of the phenolic head of tocopherol and tocotrienol decreases in the order: alpha > gamma = beta > delta, containing 3, 2 and 1 methyl group(s).
Request PDF | Synergism between DL-alpha-tocopherol and ascorbyl palmitate at various ratios in binary antioxidant compositions | The effect of various concentrations (. Abstract. Coenzyme Q (ubiquinone, UQ) is increasingly considered as a significant natural antioxidant, which protects biomembranes in concert with [TeX:] \alpha ‐tocopherol.
In vitro experiments demonstrated that reduced UQ (ubiquinol) can improve the chain‐breaking activities of [TeX:] \alpha ‐tocopherol by recycling the antioxidant‐derived reaction product, the Cited by: In this study, second-order rate constants (k Q) for the reaction of singlet oxygen (1 O 2) with eight different carotenoids (Cars) and α-tocopherol (α-Toc) were measured in an aqueous Triton X ( wt %) micellar solution (pH35 °C), which was used as.
Recently, a new assay method for the quantification of the singlet oxygen absorption capacity (SOAC) of antioxidants (AOs) and food extracts in homogeneous organic solvents was proposed. In this study, second-order rate constants (kQ) for the reaction of singlet oxygen (1O2) with eight different carotenoids (Cars) and α-tocopherol (α-Toc) were measured in an aqueous Triton X Cited by: 5.
The lipid-soluble antioxidants α-tocopherol and carnosic acid were studied in field-grown rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) plants subjected to drought. During summer in the Mediterranean region, the predawn water potential decreased to −3 MPa and the relative water content to 42%, which caused a depletion of the maximum diurnal CO2 assimilation rate by 80%.
Tocopherol belongs to the Vitamin E class of lipid soluble antioxidants that are essential for human nutrition. In plants, tocopherol is synthesized in plastids where it protects membranes from oxidative degradation by reactive oxygen species.
Tocopherol cyclase (VTE1) catalyzes the penultimate step of tocopherol synthesis, and an Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis .Tocopherol, Oxygen and Biomembranes: Edited by C.
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