If this situation also occurs in human cells, the actual ongoing oxidative stress and detrimental effects of PM may be underestimated by the levels of oxidatively
damaged DNA in PBMCs.
It is possible to develop a physically and oxidatively
stable n-3 fatty acid delivery ingredient, in an emulsion form, that only needs to be added to foods in small quantities to provide nutritionally significant amounts of n-3 fatty acids.
Comments: Oil- and alcohol-soluble, low color and odor, oxidatively
stable, naturally-derived ester with very low toxicity and esthetics that make it useful as a vehicle for a wide variety of personal care products.
Our results support the thesis that the great majority of oxidatively
damaged DNA is removed via the base excision repair pathway (24-26).
Muscle cell aging is also characterized by a build-up of oxidatively
It appears that tuna oil-in-water emulsions containing droplets stabilized by lecithin-chitosan membranes that have EDTA and mixed tocopherol could be used as an ingredient delivery system for incorporating oxidatively
stable omega-3 fatty acids into products.
These intermediate radicals are converted oxidatively
to mutagenic 8-OH purines (i.e., 8-OH-G and 8-OH-A) and reductively to mutagenic formamidopyrimidines (i.e., FapyG and FapyA) (Gajewski et al.
In the future, it may be possible to develop apo B immunoassays that are even more informative about coronary heart disease risk by, for example, designing them to be particularly sensitive to epitopes displayed in small, dense LDL or oxidatively
The product is oxidatively
stable, as well as biodegradable.
Methionine sulfoxide reductase A (MSRA) also plays an important role in the repair of oxidatively
damaged proteins toward restoration of biological activity .