hydroxyl radical


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Noun1.hydroxyl radical - the monovalent group -OH in such compounds as bases and some acids and alcohols
chemical group, radical, group - (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
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Additionally, HSPIO decreased hydroxyl radical scavenging capacity and increased MDA and protein carbonyl content in liver as compared with the CON (p<0.
If there is higher levels of iron that can combine with hydrogen peroxide, the lack of SOD and glutathione will exacerbate the creation of damaging hydroxyl radicals.
2014), who noticed a relationship between hydroxyl radical production and ORP, producing a high level of contamination removal.
In this study, under in vitro condition red pigment efficiently inhibits lipid peroxidation, scavenged free radicals and hydroxyl radical scavenging activity exhibited 30.
If we want to understand the budget of the hydroxyl radical that's kicking off all the smog production, we need to understand nitrous acid.
In this mechanism, the molecular adsorption (of water and hydroxyl ions) is the limiting factor of the hydroxyl radical generation process.
Hydroxyl radical scavenging activity: For the detection of hydroxyl radical scavenging activity the reaction mixture was contained of 0.
2] itself acts as an effective hydroxyl radical scavenger at concentrations that are specific for the pollutant in question.
Current work provided certain clues for evaluating the contribution impacts of functional groups of flavonoids on antiplatelet aggregation and free hydroxyl radical scavenging which might also help in selecting effective and favorable dietary flavonoid drugs in the prevention and treatment of related diseases.
Chemically available iron can mix with hydrogen peroxide, another noxious scrap of power production, to create hydroxyl radicals, a potent reactive oxygen species.
Boxin Ou's group at International Chemistry Testing (Milford, MA), using the ROS, superoxide anion, hydroxyl radical and singlet oxygen, and the RNS per-oxynitrite and the RCS hypochlorite.