Since then, numerous research studies have focused on elucidating the mechanism(s) of action of these molecules and identifying the factors that influence their effectiveness.
Antioxidant types The human body utilizes both endogenous antioxidants as well molecules ingested through diet, as its defense mechanism.
Examples of endogenous antioxidants include enzymes and small molecules such as glutathione peroxidase and glutathione, while vitamins, carotenoids and polyphenolics are representative of dietary antioxidants.
In general, antioxidants belong to several categories, they are either: i) enzymes, such as superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase, and catalase; (ii) hormones (melatonin for example); (iii) proteins (albumin, ferritin, etc.); or (iv) small molecules (phenolic compounds, carotenoids, glutathione, uric acid, tocopherol).
In normal double-stranded DNA, A pairs with T and G pairs with C.
BOLD-f MRI has been widely used in various fields of brain science to identify areas in the brain as the neural basis of their corresponding mental behaviors.
Hemoglobin without bound oxygen molecules, deoxyhemoglobin, is paramagnetic because of the high spin state (S = 2) of the heme iron.
But to elucidate this point some further considerations are necessary touching the general nature of knowledge.
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