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vitamin C Ascorbic Acid Capsules help bowel motility*Vitamin C Capsules Supplement for Adrenals, Immune System, Skiin Highly purified vitamin C ascorbic acid capsules. Vitamin C supports the immune system, adrenals, collagen, and stress.
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Supports immune system function* Adrenal gland support for stress and fatigue* Antioxidant that helps to protect the body* Supports collagen formation* 1000mg highly-purified vitamin C Buffered C tablets are easy on a sensitive stomachBuffered C Tablet...
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4989. Advanced nutrients for bone and joint health* Promotes optimal levels of bone density* Features boswellia, CalZBone, FruiteX-B, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 Also in the Rejuvenation Pack See related products: JointAll and Repair PlusBone & Joint Helper™ includes se...
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Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic
... H5N1 virus. However, clinical experience cited in all accounts, including the 2003 to 2006 period, suggest that: (i) ascorbic acid is not being administered to humans infected or at risk for influenza, and (ii) ascorbic acid is (mistakenly) ... to be a vitamin (" vitamin C"). Proper use of ascorbic acid as described here could provide effective containment for the flu pandemic. Study Information John T. A. Ely Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic Experimental Biology and ...
Synergistic chondroprotective effect of alpha-tocopherol, ascorbic acid, and selenium as well as glucosamine and chondroitin on oxidant induced ce...
... metalloproteinases which degrade the extracellular matrix. Little is known regarding the potential synergistic effects of natural compounds such as alpha-tocopherol (alpha-toc), ascorbic acid (AA) and selenium (Se) on oxidant induced cell death. Furthermore studies regarding the metalloproteinase-3 inhibitory activity of glucosamine ... (GS) and chondroitin sulfate (CS) are scarce. Therefore we have studied the effect of alpha-toc (0.1-2.5 micromol/L ), AA (10-50 micromol/L) and Se (1-50 nmol/L) on t-butyl hydroperoxide (t-BHP, 100-500 micromol ...
Loaded with nutrients, chlorella is a potent, powerful super food that helps boost energy and also supports a host of healthy functions.
... free radical damage to the rat's liver and kidneys, while depleting numerous antioxidants (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase, glutathione, ascorbic acid, and alpha-tocopherol). Supplemental chlorella significantly reduced the free radical damage while simultaneously keeping the other antioxidants near normal levels. ... Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Chlorella is a single cell fresh water green microalgae that is loaded with nutrients. It contains more nucleic acids (RNA/DNA) than any other food, which gives it a lot of energy producing potential. It is a great ...

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Wellness Resources Hyaluronic Acid and JointAll improve joint mobility, skin health, joint cushioning. Contains the highest quality Injuv hyaluron...
... Hyaluronic Acid: The Foundation of Structure Hyaluronic Acid (HA) may very well be the single most important compound for the healthy structure of your body. Hyaluronic Acid makes up the backbone of cartilage, synovial fluid around joints, the skin, and cushioning behind the eyes. Plus, it has been shown to actually facilitate repair and work with other nutrients to form healthy body structures.* Wellness Resources® Hyaluronic Acid and JointAll™supplements provide the only low-molecular weight form of HA on the market. This form of HA ...
The removal of excess lactic acid is very important for the proper functioning of muscles.
... Reduce Excess Lactic Acid and Cellular Waste When your cells are working well and making energy properly they are fairly clean burning engines, making less trash. As cell function declines they start to pour a lot of black smoke out their exhaust, in the form of lactic acid and other inflammatory by-products. This changes the pH in the fluid around cells, stressing circulation to and from cells. Since you have 100 trillion cells, solving this problem or preventing it is a good idea. One key principle of detoxification is to make ...
Give your skin the nutrition it needs! These are the best supplements for healthy, youthful skin. Includes hyaluronic acid, VERISOL collagen, grap...
... Try Skin Rejuvenator™ for 3 months (4 capsules per day) and see the difference!* 20% off! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ADD TO CART ADD TO CART Hyaluronic Acid Reduced price! In Stock Improve skin hydration and joint lubrication! Hyaluronic Acid is a natural anti-wrinkle compound for the skin and an essential nutrient for skin hydration. It enables skin to properly hold water, which improves skin smoothness. Healthy skin is made up of ...

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Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic
... H5N1 virus. However, clinical experience cited in all accounts, including the 2003 to 2006 period, suggest that: (i) ascorbic acid is not being administered to humans infected or at risk for influenza, and (ii) ascorbic acid is (mistakenly) ... to be a vitamin (" vitamin C"). Proper use of ascorbic acid as described here could provide effective containment for the flu pandemic. Study Information John T. A. Ely Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic Experimental Biology and ...
... skin lesion, dermatomal distribution, and PHN. It was a randomized controlled study, in which 87 patients were randomly allocated into the ascorbic acid group and control group. Each patient received normal saline infusion with or without 5 g of ascorbic acid on days 1, ... , and 5 then answered questionnaires that included side effects and pain severity using visual analogue scale on days 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. After discharge, the severity of pain was obtained at out-patient clinic or by telephone on weeks 2, 4 ...
Low brain glutathione and ascorbic acid associated with dopamine uptake inhibition during rat's development induce long-term cognitive defici...
... inhibitor of glutathione synthesis, and later investigated their behaviour until adulthood. Since rodents may in some occasions compensate for a glutathione deficit by ascorbic acid (AA), we used Osteogenic Disorder Shionogi (ODS) mutant rats, which like humans, cannot synthetize ascorbic acid ... Moreover, as hyperactivity of the dopaminergic system may be associated with schizophrenia, some rats were treated with the dopamine uptake inhibitor GBR 12909. Whereas ODS rats treated with either BSO or GBR 12909 alone had normal behaviour, rats treated with both BSO and GBR 12909 failed ...

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vitamin C Ascorbic Acid Capsules help bowel motility*Vitamin C Capsules Supplement for Adrenals, Immune System, Skiin Highly purified vitamin C ascorbic acid capsules. Vitamin C supports the immune system, adrenals, collagen, and stress.
100 capsules $15.00 $12.00
Supports immune system function* Adrenal gland support for stress and fatigue* Antioxidant that helps to protect the body* Supports collagen formation* 1000mg highly-purified vitamin C Buffered C tablets are easy on a sensitive stomachBuffered C Tablet...
100 tablets $15.00 $12.00
4989. Advanced nutrients for bone and joint health* Promotes optimal levels of bone density* Features boswellia, CalZBone, FruiteX-B, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 Also in the Rejuvenation Pack See related products: JointAll and Repair PlusBone & Joint Helper™ includes se...
90 capsules $37.00 $29.60

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Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic
... H5N1 virus. However, clinical experience cited in all accounts, including the 2003 to 2006 period, suggest that: (i) ascorbic acid is not being administered to humans infected or at risk for influenza, and (ii) ascorbic acid is (mistakenly) ... to be a vitamin (" vitamin C"). Proper use of ascorbic acid as described here could provide effective containment for the flu pandemic. Study Information John T. A. Ely Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic Experimental Biology and ...
Synergistic chondroprotective effect of alpha-tocopherol, ascorbic acid, and selenium as well as glucosamine and chondroitin on oxidant induced ce...
... metalloproteinases which degrade the extracellular matrix. Little is known regarding the potential synergistic effects of natural compounds such as alpha-tocopherol (alpha-toc), ascorbic acid (AA) and selenium (Se) on oxidant induced cell death. Furthermore studies regarding the metalloproteinase-3 inhibitory activity of glucosamine ... (GS) and chondroitin sulfate (CS) are scarce. Therefore we have studied the effect of alpha-toc (0.1-2.5 micromol/L ), AA (10-50 micromol/L) and Se (1-50 nmol/L) on t-butyl hydroperoxide (t-BHP, 100-500 micromol ...
Loaded with nutrients, chlorella is a potent, powerful super food that helps boost energy and also supports a host of healthy functions.
... free radical damage to the rat's liver and kidneys, while depleting numerous antioxidants (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase, glutathione, ascorbic acid, and alpha-tocopherol). Supplemental chlorella significantly reduced the free radical damage while simultaneously keeping the other antioxidants near normal levels. ... Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Chlorella is a single cell fresh water green microalgae that is loaded with nutrients. It contains more nucleic acids (RNA/DNA) than any other food, which gives it a lot of energy producing potential. It is a great ...
Effects of nutritional antioxidants on AAPH- or AGEs-induced oxidative stress in human SW872 liposarcoma cells.
... study reports the differential protective effects of plant nutrients toward adipose cells subjected to oxidative stress. Caffeic acid, quercetin, L:-ascorbic acid, and alpha-tocopherol were tested on SW872 liposarcoma cells subjected to a free radical generator or to AGEs. Proliferation, viability, ... response to oxidative stress. The present study reports the differential protective effects of plant nutrients toward adipose cells subjected to oxidative stress. Caffeic acid, quercetin, L:-ascorbic acid, and alpha-tocopherol were tested on SW872 liposarcoma cells subjected to a free radical generator or ...
Direct in vivo evidence of protective effects of grape seed procyanidin fractions and other antioxidants against ethanol-induced oxidative DNA dam...
... the possible protective effects of grape seed oligomer and polymer procyanidin fractions against ethanol-induced toxicity and compared these with resveratrol and other well-known antioxidants (ascorbic acid and vitamin E). By using the single cell gel electrophoresis (comet assay), a simple and sensitive technique for ... studies, the potential genotoxicity of acute and chronic ethanol administration in the different brain regions was investigated. Acute ethanol administration, at the dose of 2.5 or 5.0 g kg( -1) i.p., could induce significant DNA damage in cerebellum and hippocampus. Chronic ...
Thiol antioxidants block the activation of antigen-presenting cells by contact sensitizers.
... induce signal transduction mechanisms such as tyrosine phosphorylation and activation of MAP kinases in antigen-presenting cells. We studied the capacity of different antioxidants (ascorbic acid, alpha-tocopherol, pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate, N-acetylcysteine, and glutathione) to block the increase in tyrosine phosphorylation in human monocytes seen after ... with strong contact sensitizers. Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells were stimulated with 5-chloro-2-methylisothiazolinone plus 2-methylisothiazolinone in the presence or absence of these antioxidants. The total amount of membrane-associated phosphotyrosine in CD14+ cells was quantified using flow cytometric techniques. Complete inhibition of tyrosine phosphorylation was noticed when ...
Testosterone increases TRH biosynthesis in epididymis but not heart of zinc-deficient rats.
... for the posttranslational processing of precursor proteins to form alpha-amidated peptide hormones require the availability of several cofactors, including zinc, copper, and ascorbic acid. For this reason, we studied the effects of 6 weeks of a zinc-deficient diet (ZD1; 1 microgram zinc per ... diet), pair-feeding (PF), and marginal zinc deficiency (ZD6; 6 micrograms zinc per g diet) compared to a control diet (36 micrograms/g zinc) on the conversion of prepro-TRH to TRH in epididymides, testes, prostate, pancreas, ...
A new randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled cardiovascular study evaluating natural vitamin E, synthetic vitamin C, and synthetic beta-caro...
... of human testing! In an absolutely unbelievable reporting of their own study information the authors erroneously concluded "There were no overall effects of ascorbic acid, vitamin E, or beta carotene on cardiovascular events among women at high risk for cardiovascular disease." This is a ... out lie based on their own study data that they report in the American Medical Association's Archives of Internal Medicine. They concocted this false and misleading conclusion by including the people who said they were supposed to be taking vitamin E but really didn't take the vitamin E in ...
An Overview on Ashwagandha: A Rasayana (Rejuvenator) of Ayurveda
... activities were studied in detail. In experimental models it increases the stamina of rats during swimming endurance test and prevented adrenal gland changes of ascorbic acid and cortisol content produce by swimming stress. Pretreatment with Withania somnifera (WS) showed significance protection against stress induced gastric ulcers ... WS have anti-tumor effect on Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cell carcinoma. It was also found effective against urethane induced lung-adenoma in mice. In some cases of uterine fibroids, dermatosarcoma, long term treatment with WS controlled the condition. It has a Cognition Promoting Effect ...
Grape seed proanthocyanidins inhibit UV-radiation-induced oxidative stress and activation of MAPK and NF-kappaB signaling in human epidermal kerat...
... , NHEK were treated with H2O2 with or without GSPs and other known antioxidants, viz.( -) -epigallocatechin-3-gallate, silymarin, ascorbic acid, and N-acetylcysteine. It was observed that H2O2-induced phosphorylation of ERK1/2, JNK, and p38 was decreased by these ... . Under identical conditions, GSPs also inhibited UVB-induced activation of NF-kappaB/p65, which was mediated through inhibition of degradation and activation of IkappaBalpha and IKKalpha, respectively. Together, these results suggest that GSPs could be useful in the attenuation of UV-radiation-induced oxidative stress-mediated skin diseases ...

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Wellness Resources Hyaluronic Acid and JointAll improve joint mobility, skin health, joint cushioning. Contains the highest quality Injuv hyaluron...
... Hyaluronic Acid: The Foundation of Structure Hyaluronic Acid (HA) may very well be the single most important compound for the healthy structure of your body. Hyaluronic Acid makes up the backbone of cartilage, synovial fluid around joints, the skin, and cushioning behind the eyes. Plus, it has been shown to actually facilitate repair and work with other nutrients to form healthy body structures.* Wellness Resources® Hyaluronic Acid and JointAll™supplements provide the only low-molecular weight form of HA on the market. This form of HA ...
The removal of excess lactic acid is very important for the proper functioning of muscles.
... Reduce Excess Lactic Acid and Cellular Waste When your cells are working well and making energy properly they are fairly clean burning engines, making less trash. As cell function declines they start to pour a lot of black smoke out their exhaust, in the form of lactic acid and other inflammatory by-products. This changes the pH in the fluid around cells, stressing circulation to and from cells. Since you have 100 trillion cells, solving this problem or preventing it is a good idea. One key principle of detoxification is to make ...
Give your skin the nutrition it needs! These are the best supplements for healthy, youthful skin. Includes hyaluronic acid, VERISOL collagen, grap...
... Try Skin Rejuvenator™ for 3 months (4 capsules per day) and see the difference!* 20% off! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ADD TO CART ADD TO CART Hyaluronic Acid Reduced price! In Stock Improve skin hydration and joint lubrication! Hyaluronic Acid is a natural anti-wrinkle compound for the skin and an essential nutrient for skin hydration. It enables skin to properly hold water, which improves skin smoothness. Healthy skin is made up of ...
Wellness Resources sports nutrition supplements provide nutritional support for healthy skin, hair, nails, joints, and overall body structure. Nat...
... building muscle strength, and enhancing performance. Notice the difference!* Best Sports Nutrition Supplements for Athletes: ADD TO CART Muscle Mag™ Reduced price! In Stock Muscle Mag is a unique combination of nutrients formulated to help muscles perform longer with less formation of lactic acid.* This supports a higher rate of performance for a longer period of time. Muscle Mag helps your muscles get a better response from exercise. Helps muscle tightness.* 61 100 capsules $20.00 $16.00 20% off! 1 2 3 4 5 ...
Wellness Resources rejuvenation supplements provide nutritional support for healthy skin, hair, nails, joints, and overall body structure. Natural...
... Nutrients for Joints& Cartilage Hyaluronic Acid for Joint Cushioning Hyaluronic acid is a primary component of the synovial fluid that surrounds the joints. Synovial fluid is the lubrication for joints, much like oil is used to lubricate moving parts in a machine. It also directly feeds nutrition to joint cartilage. HA helps joints have resiliency, ease of movement, and cushioning to distribute mechanical loads (shock absorbers) .* Hyaluronic acid makes up the backbone structure of cartilage. Without the adequate hyaluronic acid backbone, cartilage will more readily fall ...
Highest quality calcium, vitamin D, and supplements for building bones, bone density, bone mass, and bone growth. Examples of high quality and low...
... these nutrients are directly responsible for the symmetrical formation of bone that enables bone strength and the resulting bone density and bone mass of healthy bone. In other words, GAGs are directly responsible for modulating mineral size and crystalline structure. The most important GAG is called Hyaluronic Acid (HA), glucosamine is another. HA is a combination of two sugars (D-Glucoronic Acid and N-Acetyl-Glucosamine) that form one unit referred to as a disaccharide. One molecule of HA has as many as 10,000 disaccharide units, making it a very ...
Wellness Resources rejuvenation supplements provide excellent support for optimal cellular health.
... Nutrients for Cell Membrane Health The health of your cell membranes is critically important to your rate of aging, overall structural integrity, proper metabolism, cardiovascular health, and ability to quench inflammatory wear and tear. Cell membranes are composed mostly of fatty acids that are held together by phospholipids. Phospholipids align fatty acids into the cell membrane bi-layer (instead of just being blobs of fat) and are responsible for a cells elasticity, fluidity, and electrical potentials, enabling other compounds and nutrients to move in and out of the cell ...
B vitamins and coenzyme folate are very important nutrients for pregnancy and prenatal health.
... for the healthy function of your nervous system and for the proper development of your baby's nervous system. B vitamins are your basics for stress management and energy production. Folate is vital for brain health and plays key roles in mental and emotional health. Folate (folic acid) is now widely recommended for healthy pregnancy and ideally should be taken for a full year prior to becoming pregnant. Coenzyme folate is needed to synthesize DNA and RNA, which is incredibly important for proper fetal nervous system development. Folate should always be taken with ...
Wellness Resources cellulite supplements can greatly help reduce visible cellulite.
... Problems are aggravated by high stress. Within cellulite not only are the fat cells expanding in size, they are being knocked into irregular shapes. Fat cells naturally fill up with triglycerides when they expand in size. A triglyceride is a small droplet composed of three fatty acids linked together with one sugar, an efficient way to store calories. Fat cells release triglycerides to use as fuel under the right set of circumstances (which is also how weight is lost). Free fatty acids can either be formed into triglycerides or be used ...
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... 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ADD TO CART ADD TO CART JointAll™ Reduced price! In Stock JointAll™ is our premier joint formula designed to help reduce stiffness, strengthen collagen structures, and improve joint mobility. JointAll™ contains the highest quality hyaluronic acid, chondroitin, glucosamine, feverfew, and ginger. This is excellent nutrient support for joints, tissue repair and even skin structure. Take two capsules before bed and two in the morning and notice the difference!* 101 120 capsules $56.00 $44.80 20 ...
Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic
... H5N1 virus. However, clinical experience cited in all accounts, including the 2003 to 2006 period, suggest that: (i) ascorbic acid is not being administered to humans infected or at risk for influenza, and (ii) ascorbic acid is (mistakenly) ... to be a vitamin (" vitamin C"). Proper use of ascorbic acid as described here could provide effective containment for the flu pandemic. Study Information John T. A. Ely Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic Experimental Biology and ...
... skin lesion, dermatomal distribution, and PHN. It was a randomized controlled study, in which 87 patients were randomly allocated into the ascorbic acid group and control group. Each patient received normal saline infusion with or without 5 g of ascorbic acid on days 1, ... , and 5 then answered questionnaires that included side effects and pain severity using visual analogue scale on days 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. After discharge, the severity of pain was obtained at out-patient clinic or by telephone on weeks 2, 4 ...
Low brain glutathione and ascorbic acid associated with dopamine uptake inhibition during rat's development induce long-term cognitive defici...
... inhibitor of glutathione synthesis, and later investigated their behaviour until adulthood. Since rodents may in some occasions compensate for a glutathione deficit by ascorbic acid (AA), we used Osteogenic Disorder Shionogi (ODS) mutant rats, which like humans, cannot synthetize ascorbic acid ... Moreover, as hyperactivity of the dopaminergic system may be associated with schizophrenia, some rats were treated with the dopamine uptake inhibitor GBR 12909. Whereas ODS rats treated with either BSO or GBR 12909 alone had normal behaviour, rats treated with both BSO and GBR 12909 failed ...
Inflammation in the vascular bed: Importance of vitamin C.
... the fact that antioxidant therapies are applied "too little and too late." This review considers the role of vitamin C, or ascorbic acid in preventing the earliest inflammatory changes in atherosclerosis. It focuses on the three major vascular cell types involved in atherosclerosis: endothelial ... , vascular smooth muscle cells, and macrophages. Ascorbate chemistry, recycling, and function are described for these cell types, with emphasis on whether and how the vitamin might affect the inflammatory process. For endothelial cells, ascorbate helps to prevent endothelial dysfunction, stimulates type ...
Synergistic chondroprotective effect of alpha-tocopherol, ascorbic acid, and selenium as well as glucosamine and chondroitin on oxidant induced ce...
... metalloproteinases which degrade the extracellular matrix. Little is known regarding the potential synergistic effects of natural compounds such as alpha-tocopherol (alpha-toc), ascorbic acid (AA) and selenium (Se) on oxidant induced cell death. Furthermore studies regarding the metalloproteinase-3 inhibitory activity of glucosamine ... (GS) and chondroitin sulfate (CS) are scarce. Therefore we have studied the effect of alpha-toc (0.1-2.5 micromol/L ), AA (10-50 micromol/L) and Se (1-50 nmol/L) on t-butyl hydroperoxide (t-BHP, 100-500 micromol ...
Effect of high dose vitamin C on Epstein-Barr viral infection.
... evidence that high dose intravenous vitamin C therapy has a positive effect on disease duration and reduction of viral antibody levels. Plasma levels of ascorbic acid and vitamin D were correlated with levels of antibodies to EBV. We found an inverse correlation between EBV VCA IgM and vitamin ... in plasma in patients with mononucleosis and CFS meaning that patients with high levels of vitamin C tended to have lower levels of antigens in the acute state of disease. In addition, a relation was found between vitamin D levels and EBV EA IgG with lower levels of ...
Effects of nutritional antioxidants on AAPH- or AGEs-induced oxidative stress in human SW872 liposarcoma cells.
... study reports the differential protective effects of plant nutrients toward adipose cells subjected to oxidative stress. Caffeic acid, quercetin, L:-ascorbic acid, and alpha-tocopherol were tested on SW872 liposarcoma cells subjected to a free radical generator or to AGEs. Proliferation, viability, ... response to oxidative stress. The present study reports the differential protective effects of plant nutrients toward adipose cells subjected to oxidative stress. Caffeic acid, quercetin, L:-ascorbic acid, and alpha-tocopherol were tested on SW872 liposarcoma cells subjected to a free radical generator or ...
Gene expression profiling reveals new protective roles for vitamin C in human skin cells.
... to the maintenance of healthy skin. Using microarray analysis, we investigated the effects of long-term exposure to a stable vitamin C derivative, ascorbic acid 2-phosphate (AA2P), in contact-inhibited populations of primary human dermal fibroblasts. Compared with "scorbutic" cells, cells exposed ... AA2P increased the expression of genes associated with DNA replication and repair and with the G2/M phase of the cell cycle. Consistent with the gene expression changes, AA2P increased the mitogenic stimulation of quiescent fibroblasts by serum factors and cell motility in the context of wound ...
Thiol antioxidants block the activation of antigen-presenting cells by contact sensitizers.
... induce signal transduction mechanisms such as tyrosine phosphorylation and activation of MAP kinases in antigen-presenting cells. We studied the capacity of different antioxidants (ascorbic acid, alpha-tocopherol, pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate, N-acetylcysteine, and glutathione) to block the increase in tyrosine phosphorylation in human monocytes seen after ... with strong contact sensitizers. Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells were stimulated with 5-chloro-2-methylisothiazolinone plus 2-methylisothiazolinone in the presence or absence of these antioxidants. The total amount of membrane-associated phosphotyrosine in CD14+ cells was quantified using flow cytometric techniques. Complete inhibition of tyrosine phosphorylation was noticed when ...
Direct in vivo evidence of protective effects of grape seed procyanidin fractions and other antioxidants against ethanol-induced oxidative DNA dam...
... the possible protective effects of grape seed oligomer and polymer procyanidin fractions against ethanol-induced toxicity and compared these with resveratrol and other well-known antioxidants (ascorbic acid and vitamin E). By using the single cell gel electrophoresis (comet assay), a simple and sensitive technique for ... studies, the potential genotoxicity of acute and chronic ethanol administration in the different brain regions was investigated. Acute ethanol administration, at the dose of 2.5 or 5.0 g kg( -1) i.p., could induce significant DNA damage in cerebellum and hippocampus. Chronic ...

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