antiradical

antiradical

(ˌæntɪˈrædɪkəl)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to radicalism
2. med acting against free radicals
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Carnosine can also have an impact on the antiradical protection system of the organism.
Guerard et al [16] reported that during hydrolysis of shrimp processing discards, pH and temperature played critical roles in enhancing antiradical activity.
Screening of antioxidant and antiradical activity of monodesmosides and crude extract from Leontice smirnowii Tuber.
This also correlated to the work of different researchers reporting that phyto-compounds isolated from plant origin have antiradical, anti-bacterial, sarcoma and anti-fungal activities (Hossain and Nagooru, 2011; and Suresh and Nagarajan, 2009).
The antiradical scavenging property and the maximum nontoxic concentration of the extract was determined using DPPH assay and MTT method, respectively.
The distribution of Fe and Zn may influence differently on anti-oxidative capacity in different grain layers, but its effect on antiradical scavenging enzyme would be difficult to observe when dealing with pigmented rice with a large contribution of anthocyanin on antioxidant activity.
The antioxidant potentials and the antiradical activity of the different accessions was in order: CA-4 > CA-5 > CA-3 > CA-1 > CA-2 while the scavenging activity from the ethanolic extract of the accessions was in order: CA-4 > CA-5 > CA3 > CA-1 > CA-2.
Assessment of integral antiradical activity (IAA) of antioxidants carried by their ability to inhibit the oxidation of ABTS by peroxyl and alkoxyl radicals formed by thermal (37[degrees]C) decomposition of ABAP (2, 2'-azobis (2-aminopropane) hydrochloride) [12].
Phenolic derivatives from fruits of Dipteryx lacunifera Ducke and evaluation of their antiradical activities.