understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

  • understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities of butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT): A review Author links open overlay panel Wageeh A. Yehye a Noorsaadah Abdul Rahman b Azhar Ariffin b Sharifah Bee Abd Hamid a Abeer A. Alhadi b Farkaad A. Kadir c Marzieh Yaeghoobi d

  • understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities of butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT): A review. Wageeh A. Yehye a, , , Noorsaadah Abdul Rahman b, Azhar Ariffin b, Sharifah Bee Abd Hamid a, Abeer A. Alhadi b, Farkaad A. Kadir c, Marzieh Yaeghoobi d

  • understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Our strategy involved investigation on understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities of BHT, whether through hydrogen or electron transfer mechanism to enable promising anti-oxidant candidates to be synthesized.

  • understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities

    Title: Understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities of butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT): A review: Authors: Yehye, W.A. Rahman, N.A.

  • the antioxidant activity of coumarins and flavonoids.

    The antioxidant activity of coumarins and flavonoids.

    Over the past two decades, there have been an increasing number of publications on coumarins and flavonoids, which demonstrate the importance of understanding the chemistry behind the antioxidant activities of both natural and synthesized compounds, considering the benefits from their dietary ingestion as well as pharmacological use.

  • the chemistry behind antioxidant capacity assays | journal

    The Chemistry behind Antioxidant Capacity Assays | Journal

    This review summarizes the multifaceted aspects of antioxidants and the basic kinetic models of inhibited autoxidation and analyzes the chemical principles of antioxidant capacity assays. Depending upon the reactions involved, these assays can roughly be classified into two types: assays based on hydrogen atom transfer (HAT) reactions and assays based on electron transfer (ET). The majority of

  • the chemistry behind the antioxidant actions of soy protein

    The Chemistry behind the Antioxidant Actions of Soy Protein

    The Chemistry behind the Antioxidant Actions of Soy Protein Isolate Hydrolysates in a Liposomal System: Their Performance in Aqueous Solutions and Liposomes

  • new evidence that caffeine is a healthful antioxidant

    New evidence that caffeine is a healthful antioxidant

    The report, which describes the chemistry behind caffeine’s antioxidant effects, appears in ACS’ The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Annia Galano and Jorge Rafael León-Carmona describe evidence suggesting that coffee is one of the richest sources of healthful antioxidants in the average person’s diet.

  • understanding the effects of roasting on antioxidant

    Understanding the Effects of Roasting on Antioxidant

    Understanding the Effects of Roasting on Antioxidant Components of Coffee Brews by Coupling On‐line ABTS Assay to High Performance Size Exclusion Chromatography Sebastian E.W. Opitz Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Einsiedlerstrasse 31, CH‐8820 Wädenswil, Switzerland

  • antioxidants | the nutrition source | harvard t.h. chan

    Antioxidants | The Nutrition Source | Harvard T.H. Chan

    Antioxidants came to public attention in the 1990s, when scientists began to understand that free radical damage was involved in the early stages of artery-clogging atherosclerosis. It was also linked to cancer, vision loss, and a host of other chronic conditions.

  • the ancients had a purpose for antioxidants, even without

    The ancients had a purpose for antioxidants, even without

    The ancients had a purpose for antioxidants, even without understanding the chemistry behind their use or the health benefits of them. The ancient Greeks and Romans, for example, would use oils high in antioxidants for preserving food.

  • improving antioxidant activity of black bean protein

    Improving antioxidant activity of black bean protein

    The highest antioxidant activity, in the studied conditions, was reached when the mixture of Alcalase ® 2.4L and Flavourzyme ® 500L was used in the hydrolysates production. The antioxidant power of the black bean proteins, measured by the total antioxidant capacity and reducing power assay, increased after hydrolysis by 31% and 70%, respectively.