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 (ăl′fə-tō-kŏf′ə-rôl′, -rōl′)
An alcohol, C29H50O2, that is one of the components of vitamin E and is present in vegetable oils, nuts, and seeds or produced synthetically. It is the predominant form of vitamin E in the human body and in supplements.
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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.
While 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.
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.