Keywords: Anti-mullerian hormone, Chemotherapy, a-tocopherol
, Ovarian reserve, Cyclophosphamide.
Thus, potato has become high yielding carbohydrate enriched vegetable containing phytochemicals, minerals, vitamin C, polyphenols, carotenoids, selenium and a-tocopherol
throughout the world (Aziz et al.
The addition of a-tocopherol
and ascorbic acid to the freezing media and their effects on viability of post thawed swine semen.
Plasma ascorbic acid, a-tocopherol
, total thiols, in 120 women with recurrent abortion.
The absorption values at 517nm and %age DPPH values of all the extracts were recorded and later on compared with the standard antioxidant chemicals, BHT (Butyl Hydroxy Toluine) and a-Tocopherol
level was decreased in the STZ group, in contrast, its level was increased in the pine oil given PO group in the brain tissue of diabetic rats.
The oil has a high degree of unsaturation, relevant a-tocopherol
Vitamin E or a-tocopherol
plays an essential role in the cell to protect it against oxidative attack.
3 (*) Since only a-tocopherol
is measurable in human blood, intake recommendations are based on o-tocopherol.
The concentration of a-tocopherol
in the blood plasma of patients of the second group was significantly higher (19.
In the European Union, adult recommendations previously ranged from 4 to 25 mg a-tocopherol
equivalents (a-TE)/day for men and from 3 to 12 mg a-TE/day for women.
To test for specificity of LBE-induced ROS formation, the HT-29 cells were co-treated with LBE and one of the following anti-oxidants, N-acetyl cysteine, glutathione, a-Tocopherol
or ascorbic acid, with results demonstrating significant reduction in ROS formation.