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  • adv. By means of oxidation

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Examples

  • Oloroso Sherries age oxidatively without the protection of flor, producing a darker—and usually sweeter—wine with an alcohol content usually around 17%.

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  • This ATP is not consumed if pyruvate is oxidatively decarboxylated directly to acetyl-coenzyme A to enter the citric acid cycle directly dashed arrow to the right.

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  • Although the proximate cause of these abnormalities in PINK1 null cells remains obscure, one explanation may be the failure of PINK1/Parkin pathway to eliminate oxidatively damaged mitochondria, which accumulate over time as a natural consequence of metabolism and other cellular stresses.

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  • Infiltrating MØ scavenge oxidatively-modified self-compounds accumulated in the arterial wall and are converted into foam cells, the first cells forming atherosclerotic lesions.

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  • In support of this concept are the high levels of ROS and oxidatively modified proteins in airways of patients with asthma. 14 High levels of ROS are produced in the lungs of asthmatic patients by activated inflammatory cells (ie, eosinophils, alveolar macrophages, and neutrophils) .15 Increased ROS production of asthmatic patients 'neutrophils correlates with the severity of reactivity of airways in these patients, and severe asthma is associated with neutrophilic airway infiltrates.

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  • Scaling the in vitro intrinsic clearance to marily oxidatively metabolized, then liver

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  • Itoh K, Ruiz E, Leake DS, Unoki H, et al. (2004) Role of Nrf2 in the regulation of CD36 and stress protein expression in murine macrophages: activation by oxidatively modified LDL and 4-hydroxynonenal.

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  • Aβ42, and / or oxidatively stressed human neural (HN) cells in primary culture.

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