Antioxidants in Human Health and Disease
Tapan Kumar Basu, Norman J. Temple, Manohar L. Garg
CABI Pub., Jan 1, 1999 - Medical - 450 pages
Antioxidants an their mechanisms of action: 1. Nutritional antioxidants and disearse prevention - mechanisms of action; 2; Potential role of antioxidant vitamins; 3. Immunological roe of antioxidant vitamins; 4. The effect of antioxidants on the production of lipid oxidant products and transfer of free radicals in oxidized lipid-protein systems; 5. Regulation of the low-density lipoprotein receptor by antioxidans; 6. Carotenoid and lipid/lipoprotein correlates of the susceptibility of low-density lipoprotein to oxidation in humans; 7. Antioxidation and evaluation: dietary restriction and alterations in molecular processes. Food factors as antioxidants: 8. Evaluation of the contritions of flavonols and caffeine to the anticarcinogenic potential of tea; 9. Antioxidant effects of plnt phenolic compounds; 10. Antioxidant effects of soybean isofalvones; 11. Action of Ginkgo biloba as an antioxidant; Whole foods, antioxidants and health; Whole foods, antioxidants and health; Coronary heart disease: 13. Antioxidants and their role in coronary heart disease prevention; 14. Effect of antioxidants on atherogenesis; 15. Flavonoids and other phytochemicals in relation to coronary heart disease; 16. Antioxidant vitamins and coenzyme Q10 in the prevention and treatment of coronary artery disearse and diabetes; 17. Fruit, vegetables and antioxidants: their role in the prevention of cardiovascular and other diseases. Malignant disease: 18. Antioxidants and the prevention of cancer; 19. The role of B-carotene and vitamin E in the treatment of early gastric premalignant lesions: biochemical and clinical aspects; Other disease: 20. Oxidative stress, vitamin E and diabets; 21. An investigation of in vitro antioxidant status and DNA damage in patients with IDDM; Nutrition and the risk for cataract; Reactive oxygen species and age-related macular degeneratiion; Antioxidants and respiratory disease; 25. Oxidative stress and antioxidants in cystic fibrosis; 26. The influence of antioxidants on cognitive decline in the elderly; 27. Schizohrenia: role of oxidative stress and essential fatty acids; 28. B-Amyloid and oxidative in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease; Indicators of oxidative stress: 29 Isoprostanes: Indicators of oxidative stress in vivo and theis biological activity; 30. Indicators of oxidative stress, antioxidats and human health; Consumer issues: 31. Consuner issues in relation to antioxidants.
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Antioxidants and Their Mechanisms of Action
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