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  • n. Plural form of hydroperoxide.


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  • It also cut the level of hydroperoxides, another group of oxidising agents that cause cell damage.

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  • "The contents of free fatty acids and polar compounds increase with frying time as a result of oil hydrolysis and degradation of hydroperoxides and/or dimerization or polymerization, respectively."

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  • The fungal extracellular enzyme chloroperoxidase (CPO) characterizes a variety of one and two electron redox reactions in the presence of hydroperoxides.

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  • It also facilitates the breakdown of lipid hydroperoxides, stimulates the production of red blood cells and enhances cellular regeneration.

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  • They are potential regulators of programmed cell death and involved in detoxification of herbicides, reduction of organic hydroperoxides formed during oxidative stress.

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  • Measures of the compounds ability to prevent the auto-oxidation of lipid substrates, measured by the formation of conjugated diene hydroperoxides, showed that alpha-tocopherol performed the best (33 per cent inhibition), followed by delta-tocomonoenol (27 per cent), and the delta-tocopherol (25.5 per cent).

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  • Lipoxygenases (LOs) convert polyunsaturated fatty acids into lipid hydroperoxides.

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  • Total hydroperoxides (d-ROMs), a marker for oxidative stress, were higher in HNSCC patients compared to controls and increased during radiotherapy.

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  • Homolytic decomposition of lipid hydroperoxides gives rise to endogenous genotoxins such as 4-oxo-2 (

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