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Iron accumulation with age, oxidative stress and functional decline.

Iron accumulation with age, oxidative stress and functional decline.

... non-heme iron levels in the young CR animals could have lead to more free radical ...against oxidative stress because of increased antioxidant defense systems [49] ii) CR animals may have greater ... See full document

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HFE gene mutation and oxidative damage biomarkers in patients with  syndromes and its relation to transfusional iron oload : an observational crosssectional study

HFE gene mutation and oxidative damage biomarkers in patients with syndromes and its relation to transfusional iron oload : an observational crosssectional study

... failure and a variable propensity to evolve into acute myeloid ...disease and many develop transfusion dependence and consequent iron overload (IOL), considered to be a negative inde- pendent ... See full document

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Rev. Bras. Hematol. Hemoter.  vol.35 número1

Rev. Bras. Hematol. Hemoter. vol.35 número1

... biochemical and oxidative stress parameters, as well as IL-10 levels, showed a clear increase of inlammation and tissue injury in the iron overload ...entities and have ... See full document

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Two kinds of ferritin protect ixodid ticks from iron overload and consequent oxidative stress.

Two kinds of ferritin protect ixodid ticks from iron overload and consequent oxidative stress.

... immune and hemostatic mechanisms, but their ability to cope with potentially toxic molecules in the blood remains ...unclear. Iron is important in various physiological processes but can be toxic to ... See full document

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Lycopene and ß-carotene protect in vivo iron-induced oxidative stress damage in rat prostate

Lycopene and ß-carotene protect in vivo iron-induced oxidative stress damage in rat prostate

... Compared with control rats, the prostate of Fe-NTA-treated animals showed a 78% increase in malondialdehyde ...effect with tomato sauce constitu- ents, more information is ...against iron-induced ... See full document

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Age related changes in NAD+ metabolism oxidative stress and Sirt1 activity in wistar rats.

Age related changes in NAD+ metabolism oxidative stress and Sirt1 activity in wistar rats.

... associated with progressive decline in organ function, elucidating the complex pathways controlling the rate of aging is of significant clinical importance ...that oxidative damage occurs with ... See full document

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Déficits de memória associados ao envelhecimento e ao acúmulo de ferro cerebral : uso de rosuvastatina na estratégia de neuroproteção

Déficits de memória associados ao envelhecimento e ao acúmulo de ferro cerebral : uso de rosuvastatina na estratégia de neuroproteção

... associated with its anti-oxidative ...neonatal iron treatment is associated with increased oxidative stress in brain regions related to memory formation (de Lima et ...2005a), ... See full document

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Increased parameters of oxidative stress and its relation to transfusion iron oload in patients with  syndromes

Increased parameters of oxidative stress and its relation to transfusion iron oload in patients with syndromes

... (26.3%) with and 56 (73.7%) without IOL. The average age was ...volunteers with a mean age of 74.2 years. Demographic and laboratory data and WHO classification are shown ... See full document

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Memory decline in Down syndrome and its relationship to iPF2alpha, a urinary marker of oxidative stress.

Memory decline in Down syndrome and its relationship to iPF2alpha, a urinary marker of oxidative stress.

... that oxidative stress is an important consequence of the specific biology of DS, and is likely to play a role in some of the co-morbidities associated with DS, including the tendency to ... See full document

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Are iron oxide nanoparticles safe? Current knowledge and future perspectives

Are iron oxide nanoparticles safe? Current knowledge and future perspectives

... ultrasmall iron oxide particles with peptides that present an affinity for amyloid- ␤ peptide, for being used in early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s ...strategy, and accumulated in brain 90 min after their ... See full document

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Beneficial effects of a Q-ter based nutritional mixture on functional performance, mitochondrial function, and oxidative stress in rats.

Beneficial effects of a Q-ter based nutritional mixture on functional performance, mitochondrial function, and oxidative stress in rats.

... in functional aging ...rats with advanced muscle atrophy exhibited reduced grip strength ...mass and grip strength decreased significantly with age in control groups (Table ...the ... See full document

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Polyhydroxyfullerene binds cadmium ions and alleviates metal-induced oxidative stress in saccharomyces cerevisiae

Polyhydroxyfullerene binds cadmium ions and alleviates metal-induced oxidative stress in saccharomyces cerevisiae

... concentration- and pH-dependent manner that led to a re- duction in the concentration of bioavailable ...interacting with yeast ...unbound and/or nonaggregated PHF nanoparticles with unmasked ... See full document

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Functional Role of Parkin against Oxidative Stress in Neural Cells

Functional Role of Parkin against Oxidative Stress in Neural Cells

... WT and PKO ES cells were differentiated into neurons by the adherent monolayer culture ...period, and immunocy- tochemistry was performed with MAP2, a mature neuron ...WT and PKO cells ...WT ... See full document

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Arq. Bras. Oftalmol.  vol.80 número4

Arq. Bras. Oftalmol. vol.80 número4

... tomography, and luorescein ...Participants with any systemic disease that could afect TDH, such as a chronic inlammatory disease, rheumato- logic disease, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, cardiovascular ... See full document

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Seasonal alterations in serum iron levels in elite football players

Seasonal alterations in serum iron levels in elite football players

... serum iron level among footballers during both half-seasons is most probably due to an increased loss and/or diminished absorption resulting from a high intensity training ...the decline in serum ... See full document

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Vanadium and cadmium in vivo effects in cardiac muscle: metal accumulation and oxidative stress markers

Vanadium and cadmium in vivo effects in cardiac muscle: metal accumulation and oxidative stress markers

... arsenate and vanadium, with the ability to produce reactive oxygen species (ROS), resulting in lipid peroxidation and antioxidant enzymes alterations, leading to oxidative stress (Hu, ... See full document

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Distinct Responses of Mycobacterium smegmatis to Exposure to Low and High Levels of Hydrogen Peroxide.

Distinct Responses of Mycobacterium smegmatis to Exposure to Low and High Levels of Hydrogen Peroxide.

... struction and sequencing of the cDNA libraries of the various mycobacterial strains was per- formed by BGI-Shenzhen ...H and DNA polymerase I. The short fragments were puri- fied with a QIAQuick PCR ... See full document

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Oxidative stress

Oxidative stress

... Reaktivnìe kislorodnìe vidì, harakterizuÓçie okislitelÝnìy stress sposobnìe napastÝ vse glavnìe klassì biologi~eskih makromolekul, to estÝ proteinov DNK i RNK molekulov, a osobenno lipidov. Pod vliÔniem svo- ... See full document

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Iron overload alters glucose homeostasis, causes liver steatosis, and increases serum triacylglycerols in rats

Iron overload alters glucose homeostasis, causes liver steatosis, and increases serum triacylglycerols in rats

... irreversible oxidative anomalies caused a dramatic drop in tissue ATP ...peroxidation and consequential abnormalities in mitochondria and calcium transport, after feeding rats with a diet ... See full document

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Trends and strategies to enhance triacylglycerols and high-value compounds in microalgae

Trends and strategies to enhance triacylglycerols and high-value compounds in microalgae

... (TAGs) and high-value compounds such as carotenoids and long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids ...food and feed industries; and LC-PUFAs are beneficial for human health, being also key to the ... See full document

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