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Both hydrophilic and lipophilic oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) assays were carried out at Brunswick Laboratory (Wareham, MA) based on the modified [ORAC.
Of these factors, oxygen radicals and crosslinking of proteins have become focal points of scientific exploration.
Automated assay of oxygen radical absorbance capacity with the COBAS FARA II.
Both acetaldehyde and oxygen radicals can interact with proteins and other complex molecules in the cell, forming hybrid compounds called adducts.
The investigators calculated estimates of total antioxidant capacity from a database that measures the oxygen radical absorption capacity (ORAC) of the most common foods in the United States (no equivalent database of Swedish foods exists).
Formulators will now be able to add the nutrient and antioxidant-rich attributes of some of the highest-ranking Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity (ORAC) fruits such as acai, pomegranate, cranberry, blueberry and black currant to their formulations in a completely new and innovative way, accoording to the company.
The company says the Montgomery tart cherries in the juice have a higher oxygen radical absorption capacity than blueberries or green tea and contain anthocyanins, which have been shown to improve joint health and ease arthritis pain.
Known methods include the active oxygen method (AOM) and its automated versions (Rancimat and SAFFEST) for lipophilic phases, and 2,2-Diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) or oxygen radical absorption capacity (ORAC) for aqueous environments.
Laboratory research has demonstrated that Ceplene reduces oxygen radical formation and release of phagocytes by inhibiting NADPH oxidase, thus protecting IL-2-activated NK-cells and T-cells from oxygen radical-induced inhibition and apoptosis.
When these herbs were incubated with inflamed biopsy specimens, they decreased oxygen radical release (Aliment.
Kunchandy E, Rao MN (1990) Oxygen radical scavenging activity of Curcumin.