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    Molecules | Special Issue : Tea Chemistry

    This Special Issue aims to attract contributions on all aspects of the chemistry and chemical biology of Camellia sinensis growth that impact tea quality. Contributions focused on correlating chemical measurements of growing conditions with tea quality are of special interest.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    To mark this important milestone, I am proud and honored to announce that a Special Issue entitled “25th Anniversary of Molecules—Recent Advances in Medicinal Chemistry” is being launched. This Special Issue will collect high-quality original research and review papers in medicinal chemistry research fields.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Assessment of Food Quality

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    This Special Issue will collect high quality review papers in natural products chemistry research fields. Together with Dr. Esra Capanoglu and Dr. Simal-Gandara, Co-Guest Editors of the Issue, we encourage all research groups covering various areas to contribute an up-to-date and comprehensive review, highlighting the latest development in

  • molecules | special issue : nitrogen heterocycles

    Molecules | Special Issue : Nitrogen Heterocycles

    This Special Issue will accept original research papers and high-quality reviews in the fields of medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology. The topic of the Special Issue will be focused on the drug design, new synthetic approaches, biosynthesis, isolation, and biological activity of new nitrogen heterocycle

  • molecules | special issue : nitrogen heterocycles

    Molecules | Special Issue : Nitrogen Heterocycles

    This Special Issue will accept original research papers and high-quality reviews in the fields of medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology. The topic of the Special Issue will be focused on the drug design, new synthetic approaches, biosynthesis, isolation, and biological activity of new nitrogen heterocycle

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Women in Bioorganic Chemistry

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    Biochemistry - Free Radicals & Antioxidants, Chemistry

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    Practical High-Quality Electrostatic Potential Surfaces

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    Horticultural production is increasingly oriented toward high quality products, in particular for the contents of phytonutrients (vitamins, antioxidants, minerals). Antioxidants, including vitamin C, vitamin E, phenols and lipoic acid, are responsible for the level of antioxidant capacity of a leaf extract.

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    Antioxidant

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  • molecules | special issue : advances in coordination chemistry

    Molecules | Special Issue : Advances in Coordination Chemistry

    Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords; Published Papers; A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049). This special issue belongs to the section "Inorganic Chemistry". Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2020).

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    Sustainable Chemistry | Special Issue : Chemicals

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Women in Organic Chemistry

    This Special Issue will include high quality papers and review articles in all areas of chemistry. We encourage all research groups (led by men or women) to contribute original research papers or an up-to-date, comprehensive review, highlighting recent developments in any area of chemistry.

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    Molecules | Free Full-Text | Phytochemical, Antibacterial

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 3D, 2.5D Printing and Additive

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    Production of high tannin content and antioxidant activity

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Tea Chemistry

    This Special Issue aims to attract contributions on all aspects of the chemistry and chemical biology of Camellia sinensis growth that impact tea quality. Contributions focused on correlating chemical measurements of growing conditions with tea quality are of special interest.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Bioactive Compounds of Fruits

    Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords; Published Papers; A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049). This special issue belongs to the section "Natural Products Chemistry". Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2020.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    Molecules, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, In 2020, we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of our journal Molecules.To date, the journal has published more than 20,000 papers, and the journal website attracts 115,000 monthly visits and more than 395,000 monthly page-views.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

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    Molecules | Special Issue : The Antioxidant Capacities

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    Studies of high altitude acclimatization support the hypothesis that urate acts as an antioxidant by mitigating the oxidative stress caused by high-altitude hypoxia. [70] Uric acid has the highest concentration of any blood antioxidant [58] and provides over half of the total antioxidant capacity of human serum. [71]

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Recent Contributions of Female

    This Special Issue will include high-quality papers and review articles in all areas of medicinal chemistry. We invite medicinal chemists from around the world to share their original research led by female scientist(s) or contribute with up-to-date reviews highlighting the leading role of women in the advancement of the field.

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  • molecules | special issue : 25th anniversary of molecules

    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    This Special Issue will collect high quality review papers in natural products chemistry research fields. Together with Dr. Esra Capanoglu and Dr. Simal-Gandara, Co-Guest Editors of the Issue, we encourage all research groups covering various areas to contribute an up-to-date and comprehensive review, highlighting the latest development in

  • molecules | special issue : cannabinoids in cannabis

    Molecules | Special Issue : Cannabinoids in Cannabis

    This Special Issue aims to bring together high-quality publications that appreciate and investigate the diversity of cannabinoid chemistry, the chemical complexity of cannabis, in vitro and in vivo studies involving cannabinoids and/or cannabis products, and real-world evidence on chemically defined cannabis products.

  • molecules | special issue : 25th anniversary of molecules

    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    To mark this important milestone, I am proud and honored to announce that a Special Issue entitled “25th Anniversary of Molecules—Recent Advances in Medicinal Chemistry” is being launched. This Special Issue will collect high-quality original research and review papers in medicinal chemistry research fields.

  • molecules | special issue : women in organic chemistry

    Molecules | Special Issue : Women in Organic Chemistry

    This Special Issue will include high quality papers and review articles in all areas of chemistry. We encourage all research groups (led by men or women) to contribute original research papers or an up-to-date, comprehensive review, highlighting recent developments in any area of chemistry.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Cannabinoids in Cannabis

    This Special Issue aims to bring together high-quality publications that appreciate and investigate the diversity of cannabinoid chemistry, the chemical complexity of cannabis, in vitro and in vivo studies involving cannabinoids and/or cannabis products, and real-world evidence on chemically defined cannabis products.

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    Studies of high altitude acclimatization support the hypothesis that urate acts as an antioxidant by mitigating the oxidative stress caused by high-altitude hypoxia. [70] Uric acid has the highest concentration of any blood antioxidant [58] and provides over half of the total antioxidant capacity of human serum. [71]

  • biochemistry - free radicals & antioxidants, chemistry

    Biochemistry - Free Radicals & Antioxidants, Chemistry

    Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2012 in the subject Chemistry - Bio-chemistry, , course: Biochemistry, language: English, abstract: Antioxidants are vital substances protecting cells from oxidative damage of biological molecules like DNA, proteins, lipids and maintain normal homeostasis

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    Valorization of sage extracts (Salvia officinalis L

    Green extraction is an innovative and sustainable method designed to reduce energy, time and solvent consumption, and aims to replace conventionally used organic solvents with alternative ones in order to produce high-quality and safe product (Chemat, Vian, & Cravotto, 2012).

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    To mark this important milestone, I am proud and honored to announce that a Special Issue entitled “25th Anniversary of Molecules—Recent Advances in Medicinal Chemistry” is being launched. This Special Issue will collect high-quality original research and review papers in medicinal chemistry research fields.

  • molecules | special issue : nitrogen heterocycles

    Molecules | Special Issue : Nitrogen Heterocycles

    This Special Issue will accept original research papers and high-quality reviews in the fields of medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology. The topic of the Special Issue will be focused on the drug design, new synthetic approaches, biosynthesis, isolation, and biological activity of new nitrogen heterocycle

  • molecules | special issue : 25th anniversary of molecules

    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    Molecules, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, In 2020, we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of our journal Molecules.To date, the journal has published more than 20,000 papers, and the journal website attracts 115,000 monthly visits and more than 395,000 monthly page-views.

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    This Special Issue will bring together researchers from different disciplines with the aim of providing and demonstrating the use of lignocellulose to supply a sustainable chemical industry. Contributions from the areas of chemistry, biology, biochemistry, chemical engineering, material science, policy, and the environmental sciences are welcome.

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    Studies of high altitude acclimatization support the hypothesis that urate acts as an antioxidant by mitigating the oxidative stress caused by high-altitude hypoxia. [70] Uric acid has the highest concentration of any blood antioxidant [58] and provides over half of the total antioxidant capacity of human serum. [71]

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    Molecules | Special Issue : The Antioxidant Capacities

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  • molecules | special issue : selected papers from the 46th

    Molecules | Special Issue : Selected Papers from the 46th

    Molecules, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, The 46 th EuroCongress on Drug Synthesis and Analysis (ECDSA-2017) will be arranged within the celebration of the 65 th Anniversary of the Faculty of Pharmacy at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Selected papers from 2nd

    Molecules, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, This Special Issue is related to 2 nd International Symposium on Phytochemicals in Medicine and Food (2-ISPMF), which will be held at Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, 7–10 April, 2017. 2-ISPMF is sponsored by the Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE), and the International Society for Chinese Medicine

  • molecules | special issue : 25th anniversary of molecules

    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    To mark this important milestone, I am proud and honored to announce that a Special Issue entitled “25th Anniversary of Molecules—Recent Advances in Medicinal Chemistry” is being launched. This Special Issue will collect high-quality original research and review papers in medicinal chemistry research fields.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Women in Organic Chemistry

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    This Special Issue aims to attract contributions on all aspects of the chemistry and chemical biology of Camellia sinensis growth that impact tea quality. Contributions focused on correlating chemical measurements of growing conditions with tea quality are of special interest.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Recent Contributions of Female

    This Special Issue will include high-quality papers and review articles in all areas of medicinal chemistry. We invite medicinal chemists from around the world to share their original research led by female scientist(s) or contribute with up-to-date reviews highlighting the leading role of women in the advancement of the field.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : 25th Anniversary of Molecules

    To mark this important milestone, I am proud and honored to announce that a Special Issue entitled “25th Anniversary of Molecules—Recent Advances in Medicinal Chemistry” is being launched. This Special Issue will collect high-quality original research and review papers in medicinal chemistry research fields.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Tea Chemistry

    This Special Issue aims to attract contributions on all aspects of the chemistry and chemical biology of Camellia sinensis growth that impact tea quality. Contributions focused on correlating chemical measurements of growing conditions with tea quality are of special interest.

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    Molecules | Special Issue : Cannabinoids in Cannabis

    This Special Issue aims to bring together high-quality publications that appreciate and investigate the diversity of cannabinoid chemistry, the chemical complexity of cannabis, in vitro and in vivo studies involving cannabinoids and/or cannabis products, and real-world evidence on chemically defined cannabis products.

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    Biochemistry - Free Radicals & Antioxidants, Chemistry

    Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2012 in the subject Chemistry - Bio-chemistry, , course: Biochemistry, language: English, abstract: Antioxidants are vital substances protecting cells from oxidative damage of biological molecules like DNA, proteins, lipids and maintain normal homeostasis

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    Numbering over 4,000 distinct species mostly from plants, polyphenols may have antioxidant activity in vitro, but are unlikely to be antioxidants in vivo. [1] [2] [3] Hypothetically, they may affect cell-to-cell signaling, receptor sensitivity, inflammatory enzyme activity or gene regulation , [3] [4] although high-quality clinical research has

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