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- n. A peroxide
- n. The univalent anion, O2-, obtained from molecular oxygen by adding an electron; any compound containing this anion
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- n. See peroxide.
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- n. the univalent anion O2-
- n. a metallic oxide containing the univalent anion O2-
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The key ingredient is an enzyme called superoxide dismutase, thought to ...
- Aloe Vera - It is believes that the regular use of aloe vera gel activates the production of nitric oxide and contains an enzyme known as superoxide dismutane.
Free radicals: By examining tissue from 18 ALS families, a team led by Dr. Robert Brown of Massachusetts General Hospital found that sufferers shared a number of mutations in the gene that enables the body to produce an enzyme called superoxide dismutase, or SOD.
In these cases, ALS is caused by the misfolding and aggregation of an enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD).
Copper, along with manganese (yet another trace mineral for which crimini mushrooms is a very good source), is an essential cofactor of a key oxidative enzyme called superoxide dismutase.
Manganese is also a critical component of an important antioxidant enzyme called superoxide dismutase.
In addition, manganese is an integral component of an internally produced antioxidant enzyme called superoxide dismutase.
Copper, along with manganese (yet another trace mineral for which green beans are an excellent source), is an essential cofactor of a key oxidative enzyme called superoxide dismutase.
Also, people with elevated triglycerides overproduce a chemical component called the superoxide free radical.
This problem is further complicated because the critical antioxidant enzymes we make called superoxide dismutase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase, which helps the body use glutathione to protect you are dependent on essential dietary nutrients to help them work well.
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