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  1. Oxidative stress: a concept in redox biology and medicine
  2. Dietary Selenium in Adjuvant Therapy of Viral and Bacterial Infections
  3. Special issue “polyphenols and health”
  4. Towards identifying novel anti-Eimeria agents: trace elements, vitamins, and plant-based natural products
  5. Excited singlet molecular O2 (1Δg) is generated enzymatically from excited carbonyls in the dark
  6. The use of total antioxidant capacity as surrogate marker for food quality and its effect on health is to be discouraged
  7. Preface
  8. Upregulation of the thioredoxin-dependent redox system during differentiation of 3T3-L1 cells to adipocytes
  9. Intestinal selenoprotein P in epithelial cells and in plasma cells
  10. Dietary selenium affects intestinal development of Eimeria papillata in mice
  11. Carotenoids
  12. The early research and development of ebselen
  13. Hepatic encephalopathy: Clinical aspects and pathogenetic concept
  14. Selenium homeostasis and antioxidant selenoproteins in brain: Implications for disorders in the central nervous system
  15. Toward Understanding Success and Failures in the Use of Selenium for Cancer Prevention
  16. Oxidative Stress: Impact in Neuroscience Research
  17. Supranutritional selenium induces alterations in molecular targets related to energy metabolism in skeletal muscle and visceral adipose tissue of pigs
  18. Highlight: GBM Meeting ‘Molecular Life Sciences 2011’
  19. Editorial
  20. Photoprotection by dietary carotenoids: Concept, mechanisms, evidence and future development
  21. Adjunctive daily supplementation with encapsulated fruit, vegetable and berry juice powder concentrates and clinical periodontal outcomes: a double‐blind RCT
  22. Delaying of insulin signal transduction in skeletal muscle cells by selenium compounds
  23. Tribute to Professor Minor J. Coon
  24. Direct evidence that (−)-epicatechin increases nitric oxide levels in human endothelial cells
  25. Eimeria papillata: Upregulation of specific miRNA-species in the mouse jejunum
  26. Polyphenols and health: Update and perspectives
  27. Proinflammatory cytokines down-regulate intestinal selenoprotein P biosynthesis via NOS2 induction
  28. Epigallocatechin gallate-induced modulation of FoxO signaling in mammalian cells and C. elegans: FoxO stimulation is masked via PI3K/Akt activation by hydrogen peroxide formed in cell culture
  29. ChemInform Abstract: Chemistry of Biologically Important Synthetic Organoselenium Compounds
  30. High selenium intake and increased diabetes risk: experimental evidence for interplay between selenium and carbohydrate metabolism
  31. Functional foods for health promotion: state-of-the-science on dietary flavonoids�Extended abstracts from the 12 th Annual Conference on Functional Foods for Health Promotion, April 2009
  32. Highlight: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Memory
  33. Protection against reactive oxygen species by selenoproteins
  34. Micronutrients and Brain Health
  35. Attenuation of hepatic expression and secretion of selenoprotein P by metformin
  36. HuR regulates gap junctional intercellular communication by controlling β-catenin levels and adherens junction integrity
  37. Astaxanthin, canthaxanthin and β-carotene differently affect UVA-induced oxidative damage and expression of oxidative stress-responsive enzymes
  38. Plasma micronutrient status is improved after a 3-month dietary intervention with 5 daily portions of fruits and vegetables: implications for optimal antioxidant levels
  39. Editor's Note
  40. Editorial
  41. Heat shock but not cold shock leads to disturbed intracellular zinc homeostasis
  42. Intervention with flaxseed and borage oil supplements modulates skin condition in women
  43. Editors' Note
  44. Farewell to Hans Fritz, Executive Editor
  45. How do dietary flavanols improve vascular function? A position paper
  46. Cocoa flavanols lower vascular arginase activity in human endothelial cells in vitro and in erythrocytes in vivo
  47. Selenoprotein P expression is controlled through interaction of the coactivator PGC-1α with FoxO1a and hepatocyte nuclear factor 4α transcription factors
  48. Ultraviolet-A irradiation but not ultraviolet-B or infrared-A irradiation leads to a disturbed zinc homeostasis in cells
  49. Kinetic evidence for rapid oxidation of (–)-epicatechin by human myeloperoxidase
  50. Ultraviolet A induced modulation of gap junctional intercellular communication by P38 MAPK activation in human keratinocytes
  51. Editorial Year-end Note
  52. O27. Dietary flavanols and vascular responses: Attenuation of NADPH oxidase and preservation of NO
  53. P91. Modulation of NO metabolism in vascular endothelial cells by oxidized LDL
  54. Mono-O-methylated flavanols and other flavonoids as inhibitors of endothelial NADPH oxidase
  55. Epidermal growth factor- and stress-induced loss of gap junctional communication is mediated by ERK-1/ERK-2 but not ERK-5 in rat liver epithelial cells
  56. Post-translational processing of selenoprotein P: implications of glycosylation for its utilisation by target cells
  57. Cocoa flavanols lower arginase activity in human endothelial cells in vitro
  58. Carotenoids and Flavonoids Contribute to Nutritional Protection against Skin Damage from Sunlight
  59. (–)-Epicatechin elevates nitric oxide in endothelial cells via inhibition of NADPH oxidase
  60. Highlight issue: Enzymology of drug metabolism and toxicology
  61. Oxidative Stress and Inflammatory Mechanisms in Obesity, Diabetes, and the Metabolic Syndrome
  62. Decomposition of S -Nitrosocysteine via S - to N -Transnitrosation
  63. Divergent Optimum Levels of Lycopene, β-Carotene and Lutein Protecting Against UVB Irradiation in Human Fibroblasts¶
  64. Elevated Lipid Peroxidation Biomarkers and Low Antioxidant Status in Atherosclerotic Patients with Increased Carotid or Iliofemoral Intima Media Thickness
  65. Protein modification elicited by oxidized low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in endothelial cells: Protection by (–)-epicatechin
  66. Limited availability of l-arginine increases DNA-binding activity of NF-κB and contributes to regulation of iNOS expression
  67. Sustained Increase in Flow-Mediated Dilation After Daily Intake of High-Flavanol Cocoa Drink Over 1 Week
  68. How I Became a Biochemist
  69. Preface
  70. Preface
  71. Consumption of flavanol-rich cocoa acutely increases microcirculation in human skin
  72. 6 th COSTAM/SFRR (ASEAN/Malaysia) International Workshop on Micronutrients, Oxidative Stress, and the Environment
  73. Extracellular generation of hydrogen peroxide is responsible for activation of EGF receptor by ultraviolet A radiation
  74. Modulation of FoxO signaling in human hepatoma cells by exposure to copper or zinc ions
  75. Cytotoxicity of myeloperoxidase/nitrite-oxidized low-density lipoprotein toward endothelial cells is due to a high 7β-hydroxycholesterol to 7-ketocholesterol ratio
  76. Rac upregulates tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-1 expression by redox-dependent activation of extracellular signal-regulated kinase signaling
  77. Dedication
  78. P071. NO-mediated inhibition of androgen receptor activity: Possible implications for prostate cancer progression
  79. Endothelial Function, Nitric Oxide, and Cocoa Flavanols
  80. Involvement of selenoprotein P in protection of human astrocytes from oxidative damage
  81. L-arginine availability contributes to expression pattern of proinflammatory genes
  82. OxLDL signaling in endothelial cells and counteracting effects of (-)-epicatechin
  83. Selenoprotein P protects human astrocytes from oxidative cell death
  84. NO-mediated inhibition of androgen receptor activity: possible implications for prostate cancer progression
  85. Solar-simulated radiation induces secretion of IL-6 and production of isoprostanes in human skin in vivo
  86. Activation of ErbB2 by 2-methyl-1,4-naphthoquinone (menadione) in human keratinocytes: Role of EGFR and protein tyrosine phosphatases
  87. Solar-simulated radiation induces secretion of IL-6 and production of isoprostanes in human skin in vivo
  88. Lycopene-rich products and dietary photoprotection
  89. Editor's Note
  90. Highlight: Redox signaling – mechanisms and biological impact
  91. Editorial note
  92. Nitrite, a naturally occurring precursor of nitric oxide that acts like a ‘prodrug’
  93. Singlet oxygen inactivates protein tyrosine phosphatase-1B by oxidation of the active site cysteine
  94. Myeloperoxidase-mediated LDL oxidation and endothelial cell toxicity of oxidized LDL: attenuation by (−)-epicatechin
  95. Selenoprotein P protects endothelial cells from oxidative damage by stimulation of glutathione peroxidase expression and activity
  96. Dietary habits are major determinants of the plasma antioxidant status in healthy elderly subjects
  97. Acute Consumption of Flavanol-Rich Cocoa and the Reversal of Endothelial Dysfunction in Smokers
  98. Protective function of Selenoprotein P in human astrocytes
  99. Cocoa-related flavonoids inhibit CFTR-mediated chloride transport across T84 human colon epithelia
  100. Molecular mechanisms underlying disruption of gap junctional intercellular communication in tumor cells
  101. Reactive oxygen species-dependent transdifferentiation of skin fibroblasts enhances invasive capacity of tumor cells
  102. Arginase-1 overexpression induces Cationic Amino Acid Transporter-1 in Psoriasis
  103. Book reviews
  104. Epicatechin protects endothelial cells against oxidized LDL and maintains NO synthase
  105. Carotenoids and Retinoids
  106. Gap Junctional Intercellular Communication
  107. New Horizons in Carotenoid Research
  108. Bioactivity and protective effects of natural carotenoids
  109. Arginase-1 overexpression induces cationic amino acid transporter-1 in psoriasis
  110. Rise of Coenzyme A-Glutathione Mixed Disulfide during Hydroperoxide Metabolism in Perfused Rat Liver
  111. Oxene Donors Yield Low-Level Chemiluminescence with Microsomes and Isolated Cytochrome P-450
  112. Low Level Chemiluminescence of Liver Microsomal Fractions Initiated by tert-Butyl Hydroperoxide
  113. Doxorubicin induces EGF receptor-dependent downregulation of gap junctional intercellular communication in rat liver epithelial cells
  114. Tumor promoter TPA stimulates MMP-9 secretion from human keratinocytes by activation of superoxide-producing NADPH oxidase
  115. Quinone-induced Cdc25A inhibition causes ERK-dependent connexin phosphorylation
  116. Combining benzo[d]isoselenazol-3-ones with sterically hindered alicyclic amines and nitroxides: enhanced activity as glutathione peroxidase mimics
  117. Myeloperoxidase-induced lipid peroxidation of LDL in the presence of nitrite. Protection by cocoa flavanols
  118. Loss of the tyrosyl radical in mouse ribonucleotide reductase by (−)-epicatechin
  119. On the opinion of the European Commission ?Scientific Committee on Food? regarding the tolerable upper intake level of vitamin E (2003)
  120. Supplementation with Tomato-Based Products Increases Lycopene, Phytofluene, and Phytoene Levels in Human Serum and Protects Against UV-light-induced Erythema
  121. Effects of vitamin C and aspirin in ischemic stroke-related lipid peroxidation: Results of the AVASAS (Aspirin Versus Ascorbic acid plus Aspirin in Stroke) Study
  122. Future Directions in Preclinical Vitamin E Research: Panel Discussion A
  123. Ozone in Arteriosclerotic Plaques: Searching for the “Smoking Gun”
  124. Carotenoids in Health and Disease
  125. Carotenoids
  126. Carotenoids in Systemic Protection Against Sunburn
  127. Carotenoids and UV Protection
  128. Flavanol-rich cocoa drink lowers plasma F2-isoprostane concentrations in humans
  130. Ozone in Arteriosclerotic Plaques: Searching for the“Smoking Gun”
  131. Ozon in arteriosklerotischen Plaques: die Suche nach dem“rauchenden Colt”…
  132. Paracrine effect of TGF-β1 on downregulation of gap junctional intercellular communication between human dermal fibroblasts
  133. Contribution of UVB and UVA to UV-dependent stimulation of cyclooxygenase-2 expression in artificial epidermis
  134. Thioredoxin secreted upon ultraviolet A irradiation modulates activities of matrix metalloproteinase-2 and tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-2 in human dermal fibroblasts
  135. Selenoprotein P Protects Low-density Lipoprotein Against Oxidation
  136. Sulfur and Selenium: The Role of Oxidation State in Protein Structure and Function
  137. Oxidative modification of low-density lipoprotein: lipid peroxidation by myeloperoxidase in the presence of nitrite
  138. Signaling Effects of Menadione: From Tyrosine Phosphatase Inactivation to Connexin Phosphorylation
  139. Plasma Antioxidant Status, Immunoglobulin G Oxidation and Lipid Peroxidation in Demented Patients: Relevance to Alzheimer Disease and Vascular Dementia
  140. Antioxidant activity of carotenoids
  141. Schwefel und Selen: Bedeutung der Oxidationsstufe für Struktur und Funktion von Proteinen
  142. Sulfur and Selenium: The Role of Oxidation State in Protein Structure and Function
  143. UVA-mediated downregulation of MMP-2 and MMP-9 in human epidermal keratinocytes
  144. Cigarette smoking cessation increases plasma levels of several antioxidant micronutrients and improves resistance towards oxidative challenge
  145. Amphiphilic properties of (−)-epicatechin and their significance for protection of cells against peroxynitrite
  146. Protein S -Thiolation, S -Nitrosylation, and Irreversible Sulfhydryl Oxidation: Roles in Redox Regulation
  147. Screening pharmaceutical preparations containing extracts of turmeric rhizome, artichoke leaf, devil's claw root and garlic or salmon oil for antioxidant capacity
  148. Incorporation of carotenoids from paprika oleoresin into human chylomicrons
  149. Defenses against peroxynitrite: selenocompounds and flavonoids
  150. Inhibition of 15-lipoxygenases by flavonoids: structure–activity relations and mode of action
  151. Myeloperoxidase/nitrite-mediated lipid peroxidation of low-density lipoprotein as modulated by flavonoids
  152. Singlet oxygen-induced signaling effects in mammalian cells
  153. Evaluation of sulfur, selenium and tellurium catalysts with antioxidant potential
  154. Editors' Note
  155. Irradiation of Cells with Ultraviolet-A (320-400 nm) in the Presence of Cell Culture Medium Elicits Biological Effects Due to Extracellular Generation of Hydrogen Peroxide
  156. Selenenyl iodide: a new substrate for mammalian thioredoxin reductaseElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: additional data. See
  157. Infrared-A Radiation-Induced Matrix Metalloproteinase 1 Expression is Mediated Through Extracellular Signal-regulated Kinase 1/2 Activation in Human Dermal Fibroblasts
  158. Ultraviolet-B Irradiation and Matrix Metalloproteinases
  159. Strategies for Controlling Oxidative Stress: Protection Against Peroxynitrite and Hydroperoxides by Selenoproteins and Selenoorganic Compounds
  160. Cocoa extract protects against early alcohol-induced liver injury in the rat
  161. (-)-Epicatechin Is Taken up by Cells and Protects against Peroxynitrite-Induced Oxidation and Nitration.
  162. Activation of EGF receptor-dependent signaling pathways by alkylating and redox-cycling quinones
  163. Peroxynitrite signaling: receptor tyrosine kinases and activation of stress-responsive pathways1,2 1This article is part of a series of reviews on “Reactive Nitrogen Species, Tyrosine Nitration and Cell Signaling.” The full list of papers may be found ...
  164. Activation of protein kinase CK2 is an early step in the ultraviolet B-mediated increase in interstitial collagenase (matrix metalloproteinase-1; MMP-1) and stromelysin-1 (MMP-3) protein levels in human dermal fibroblasts
  165. Tocopherol metabolites 2, 5, 7, 8-tetramethyl-2-(2'-carboxyethyl)-6-hydroxychroman (α-CEHC) and 2, 7, 8-trimethyl-2-(2'-carboxyethyl)-6-hydroxychroman (γ-CEHC) in human serum after a single dose of natural vitamin E
  166. (−)-Epicatechin effects in rat liver epithelial cells: stimulation of gap junctional communication and counteraction of its loss due to the tumor promoter 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate
  167. Highlight: Oxidative Stress
  168. Reversible conversion of nitroxyl anion to nitric oxide
  169. Carotenoids and Protection against Solar UV Radiation
  170. Preface
  171. Plasma Carotenoid and Malondialdehyde Levels in Ischemic Stroke Patients: Relationship to Early Outcome
  172. Divergent Optimum Levels of Lycopene, β-Carotene and Lutein Protecting Against UVB Irradiation in Human Fibroblasts¶
  173. Selenium and the Protection Against Peroxynitrite
  174. Selenoprotein P
  175. In Vitro Antioxidant Activity of 2,5,7,8-tetramethyl-2-(2′-carboxyethyl)-6-hydroxychroman (α-CEHC), a Vitamin E Metabolite
  176. Copper Ions Strongly Activate the Phosphoinositide-3-Kinase/Akt Pathway Independent of the Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species
  177. Plasma lipophilic antioxidants and malondialdehyde in congestive heart failure patients: relationship to disease severity
  178. The 5-aminolevulinic acid-induced porphyrin biosynthesis in benign and malignant cells of the skin
  179. (−)-Epicatechin Inhibits Nitration and Dimerization of Tyrosine in Hydrophilic as Well as Hydrophobic Environments
  180. Analysis of lipophilic antioxidants in human serum and tissues: tocopherols and carotenoids
  181. Stimulation of gap junctional intercellular communication by thalidomide and thalidomide analogs in human fetal skin fibroblasts (HFFF2) and in rat liver epithelial cells (WB-F344)11Abbreviations: GJIC, gap junctional intercellular communication; PGA, ...
  182. Antioxidant Effects of Carotenoids
  183. The biochemistry of selenium and the glutathione system
  184. Chemistry of Biologically Important Synthetic Organoselenium Compounds
  185. Macular Pigments Lutein and Zeaxanthin as Blue Light Filters Studied in Liposomes
  186. Epicatechin Selectively Prevents Nitration but Not Oxidation Reactions of Peroxynitrite
  187. Protein oxidation and proteolysis by the nonradical oxidants singlet oxygen or peroxynitrite
  188. Sulfur-to-nitrogen transnitrosation: transfer of nitric oxide from S-nitroso compounds to diethanolamine and the role of intermediate sulfur-to-sulfur transnitrosation
  189. Quantitative assessment of antioxidant properties of natural colorants and phytochemicals: carotenoids, flavonoids, phenols and indigoids. The role of β-carotene in antioxidant functions
  190. Profiles of antioxidants in human plasma
  191. Ebselen prevents early alcohol-induced liver injury in rats
  192. Enhanced Gamma-Glutamyl Transpeptidase Expression and Superoxide Production in Mpv17-/-Glomerulosclerosis Mice
  193. Polyphenols of Cocoa: Inhibition of Mammalian 15-Lipoxygenase
  194. Editorial
  195. Chapter 29 Protection against solar radiation — protective properties of antioxidants
  196. Effects of carotenoids and retinoids on gap junctional communication
  198. Accumulation of the Xanthophyll Lutein in Skin Amyloid Deposits of Systemic Amyloidosis (AL Type)
  199. Peroxynitrite activates the phosphoinositide 3-kinase/Akt pathway in human skin primary fibroblasts
  200. Ebselen Lowers Plasma Interleukin-6 Levels and Glial Heme Oxygenase-1 Expression after Focal Photothrombotic Brain Ischemia
  201. Interaction of peroxynitrite with selenoproteins and glutathione peroxidase mimics
  202. Plasma antioxidants and longevity: a study on healthy centenarians
  203. Ebselen: prospective therapy for cerebral ischaemia
  204. Responses to Peroxynitrite in Yeast: Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (GAPDH) as a Sensitive Intracellular Target for Nitration and Enhancement of Chaperone Expression and Ubiquitination
  205. Binding of Selenoprotein P to Heparin: Characterization with Surface Plasmon Resonance
  206. Thyroid Hormone Receptors Bind to an Element in the Connexin43 Promoter
  207. Preface
  208. Preface
  209. Mechanisms of Antioxidant Defense against Nitric Oxide/Peroxynitrite
  210. What is Oxidative Stress?
  211. Signaling by Singlet Oxygen in Biological Systems
  212. [21] Biological singlet oxygen quenchers assessed by monomol light emission
  213. Water-Soluble Organotellurium Compounds:  Catalytic Protection against Peroxynitrite and Release of Zinc from Metallothionein
  214. One-electron reduction of selenomethionine oxide
  215. Carotenoid-containing unilamellar liposomes loaded with glutathione: a model to study hydrophobic-hydrophilic antioxidant interaction
  216. Stimulation of Gap Junctional Communication: Comparison of acyclo-Retinoic Acid and Lycopene
  217. Interaction of Peroxynitrite with Carotenoids in Human Low Density Lipoproteins
  218. Selective upregulation of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) by lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and cytokines in microglia: In vitro and in vivo studies
  219. [13] Mitogen-activated protein kinase activation by singlet oxygen and ultraviolet A
  220. [44] Carotenoids in human skin: Noninvasive measurement and identification of dermal carotenoids and carotenol esters
  221. [7] Formation of electronically excited states during the oxidation of arachidonic acid by prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase
  222. Protection against peroxynitrite by cocoa polyphenol oligomers
  223. Glutathione and its role in cellular functions
  224. Peroxynitrite Diminishes Gap Junctional Communication: Protection by Selenite Supplementation
  225. Peroxynitrite Diminishes Gap Junctional Communication: Protection by Selenite Supplementation
  226. Protein Oxidation in Human Stratum Corneum: Susceptibility of Keratins to Oxidation In Vitro and Presence of a Keratin Oxidation Gradient In Vivo
  227. Biological Activities of Apo-canthaxanthinoic Acids Related to Gap Junctional Communication
  228. Activation pattern of mitogen-activated protein kinases elicited by peroxynitrite: attenuation by selenite supplementation
  229. Mitogen-activated protein kinase (p38-, JNK-, ERK-) activation pattern induced by extracellular and intracellular singlet oxygen and UVA
  230. Function of Thioredoxin Reductase as a Peroxynitrite Reductase Using Selenocystine or Ebselen
  231. Protection against peroxynitrite
  232. S-Nitrosylation and S-Glutathiolation of Protein Sulfhydryls byS-Nitroso Glutathione
  233. Carotenoids
  234. A tribute to Lars Ernster
  235. A New Function for Selenoproteins
  236. [32] Defenses against peroxynitrite
  238. Sensitized Chemiluminescence and Fluorescence Methods in Studies of Oxidative Stress
  239. [35] Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-postsource decay-mass spectrometry
  240. [15] Gel electrofocusing method for studying protein S-nitrosylation
  241. [33] Use of repair endonucleases to assess DNA damage by peroxynitrite
  242. Kinetic Study of the Reaction of Glutathione Peroxidase with Peroxynitrite
  243. Sensitization of Peroxynitrite Chemiluminescence by the Triplet Carbonyl Sensitizer Coumarin-525. Effect of CO2
  244. Predisposition towards urolithiasis associated with the NQ01 null-allele
  245. A 47-Amino-Acid Fragment of SV40 T Antigen Represses Transcription from Human GSTα Promoters
  246. Hepatic mercapturic acid formation: involvement of cytosolic cysteinylglycine S-conjugate dipeptidase activity
  247. Preferential Relative Porphyrin Enrichment in Solar Keratoses upon Topical Application of ^-Aminolevulinic Acid Methylester
  248. Xanthophyll Esters in Human Skin
  249. Glutathione peroxidases as peroxynitrite reductases
  250. Carotenoid mixtures protect multilamellar liposomes against oxidative damage: synergistic effects of lycopene and lutein
  251. Protein S-thiolation and redox regulation of membrane-bound glutathione transferase
  252. Protection by Organotellurium Compounds against Peroxynitrite-Mediated Oxidation and Nitration Reactions
  253. Activation of JNK and P38 but not ERK map kinases in human skin cells by 5-aminolevulinate PDT, UVA and singlet oxygen
  254. Optimum porphyrin formation in skin tumors and psoriatic lesions after topical application of δ-aminolevulinic acid
  255. Induction of the human heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1) gene by ultraviolet a radiation (UVAR) and osmotic stress
  256. Induction of mitochondrial (MT) DNA mutations in human fibroblasts by in-vitro ultraviolet a (UVA) irradiation
  257. Enhancement of gap junctional communication and connexin43 expression by thyroid hormones
  258. Identification of the precursor of singlet oxygen (1O2, 1Δg) involved in the disproportionation of hydrogen peroxide catalyzed by calcium hydroxide
  259. Defenses Against Peroxynitrite
  260. The Lag Phase
  261. Lycopene and β-Carotene
  262. Sensitization of Peroxynitrite Chemiluminescence by the Triplet Carbonyl Sensitizer Coumarin-525. Effect of CO2
  263. Activation of Gene Expression of Collagenase and ICAM-1 by UVA Radiation and by Exposure to Singlet Oxygen
  264. Reduction of Methionine Selenoxide to Selenomethionine by Glutathione
  265. Preferential Relative Porphyrin Enrichment in Solar Keratoses upon Topical Application of δ-Aminolevulinic Acid Methylester
  266. Antioxidants and Human Health
  267. Evidence for a posttranscriptional effect of retinoic acid on connexin43 gene expression via the 3′-untranslated region
  268. Singlet Oxygen Quenching Abilities of Carotenoids
  269. Antioxidant Defense: Vitamins E and C and Carotenoids
  270. Singlet oxygen is an early intermediate in cytokine-dependent ultraviolet-A induction of interstitial collagenase in human dermal fibroblasts in vitro
  271. Increased frequency of a null-allele for NAD(P)H: quinone oxidoreductase in patients with urological malignancies
  272. Singlet oxygen mediates the activation of JNK by UVA radiation in human skin fibroblasts
  273. Stimulation of gap junctional intercellular communication by thalidomide and thalidomide analogs in human skin fibroblasts
  274. Quenching of singlet molecular oxygen by natural furan diterpenes
  275. Oxidative stress: oxidants and antioxidants
  276. Porphyrins Preferentially Accumulate in a Melanoma Following Intravenous Injection of 5-Aminolevulinic Acid
  277. Subunit specificity and organ distribution of glutathione transferase-catalysed S-nitrosoglutathione formation from alkyl nitrites in the rat
  278. Vitamin E Improves the Aminotransferase Status of Patients Suffering from Viral Hepatitis C: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study
  279. Kinetic study of the reaction of ebselen with peroxynitrite
  280. Lycopene: A Biologically Important Carotenoid for Humans?
  281. Analysis ofconnexin43gene expression induced by retinoic acid in F9 teratocarcinoma cells
  282. Ultraviolet B Wavelength Dependence for the Regulation of Two Major Matrix-Metalloproteinases and Their Inhibitor TIMP-1 in Human Dermal Fibroblasts
  283. Selenium-containing compounds inactivate peroxynitrite and protect DNA from single-strand breaks more effectively than their sulfur analogs
  284. Ultraviolet B Wavelength Dependence for the Regulation of Two Major Matrix‐Metalloproteinases and Their Inhibitor TIMP‐1 in Human Dermal Fibroblasts
  285. Protein S-Thiolation and Regulation of Microsomal Glutathione Transferase Activity by the Glutathione Redox Couple
  286. Vitamin E in Humans: Demand and Delivery
  287. Analysis of Carotenoids and Carotenol Fatty Acid Esters by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization (MALDI) and MALDI–Post-Source-Decay Mass Spectrometry
  288. Selenium-Containing Compounds Protect DNA fromSingle-Strand Breaks Caused by Peroxynitrite
  289. β-Carotene serum levels in patients with erythropoietic protoporphyria on treatment with the synthetic all-trans isomer or a natural isomeric mixture of β-carotene
  290. Preface
  291. The Reaction of 2-(Methylseleno)benzanilide with Peroxynitrite
  292. Ebselen as a Glutathione Peroxidase Mimic and as a Scavenger of Peroxynitrite
  293. The Reaction of Ebselen with Peroxynitrite
  294. Free Radicals in Toxicology:Redox Cycling and NAD(P)H:Quinone Oxidoreductase
  295. Positive and Negative Regulatory Regions in Promoters of Human Glutathione Transferase Alpha Genes
  296. Diminished Plasma Levels of Vitamin E in Patients with Severe Viral Hepatitis
  297. [37] Reaction of peroxynitrite and hydrogen peroxide to produce singlet molecular oxygen (1Δg)
  298. 4-Oxo-Retinoic Acid Is Generated from Its Precursor Canthaxanthin and Enhances Gap Junctional Communication in 10T1/2 Cells
  299. Induction of Mouse Embryonal Carcinoma Cell Differentiation and Activation of the Retinoic Acid Receptor β2 Promoter by 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3
  300. SHORT COMMUNICATION: Induction of gap junctional intercellular communication by vitamin D in human skin fibroblasts is dependent on the nuclear vitamin D receptor
  301. Adjacent guanines as preferred sites for strand breaks in plasmid DNA irradiated with 193 nm and 248 nm UV laser light
  302. Assessment of the C-525 laser dye as a chemiluminescence sensitizer for lipid peroxidation in biological membranes: A comparison with chlorophyll-α
  303. Fruit Juice Carotenol Fatty Acid Esters and Carotenoids As Identified by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization (MALDI) Mass Spectrometry †
  304. β-Cryptoxanthin Selectively Increases in Human Chylomicrons upon Ingestion of Tangerine Concentrate Rich in β-Cryptoxanthin Esters
  305. Inactivation of viruses by chemically and photochemically generated singlet molecular oxygen
  306. Free radicals in toxicology: Redox cycling and nad(P)H: quinone oxidoreductase
  307. Turnover of Glutathione S-Transferase alpha mRNAs is Accelerated by 12-O-Tetradecanoyl Phorbol-13-Acetate in Human Hepatoma and Colon Carcinoma Cell Lines
  308. Turnover of Glutathione S-Transferase alpha mRNAs is Accelerated by 12-O-Tetradecanoyl Phorbol-13-Acetate in Human Hepatoma and Colon Carcinoma Cell Lines
  309. Some basic properties of ascorbate-dependent antioxidative-defence factors from rat liver cytosol
  310. Singlet Oxygen May Mediate the Ultraviolet A-Induced Synthesis of Interstitial Collagenase
  311. Formation of singlet oxygen in the deoxygenation of heteroarene N-oxides by dimethyldioxirane
  312. Strategies of antioxidant defense
  313. Strategies of Antioxidant Defense: Relations to Oxidative Stress
  314. [35] Ebselen
  315. Oxidativer Streß: Einblicke und Ausblicke
  316. Singlet molecular oxygen production in the reaction of peroxynitrite with hydrogen peroxide
  317. Vitamin D influences gap junctional communication in C3H/10T 1/2 murine fibroblast cells
  318. Transport of ebselen in plasma and its transfer to binding sites in the hepatocyte
  319. Oxidative Stress
  320. Purification of rat liver plasma membrane glutathione transferase
  321. Interaction of ebselen with glutathione S-transferase and papain in vitro
  322. Strategies of antioxidant defense
  323. [37] singlet oxygen quenching by carotenoids
  324. [38] Separation of geometrical isomers of β-carotene and lycopene
  325. [47] Ebselen: A glutathione peroxidase mimic
  326. [58] Antioxidant action of stobadine
  327. [45] Transport of glutathione disulfide and glutathione S-conjugates in Hepatocyte plasma membrane vesicles
  328. [4]] Localization of strand breaks in plasmid DNA treated with reactive oxygen species
  329. Low vitamin E content in plasma of patients with alcoholic liver disease, hemochromatosis and wilson's disease
  330. Expression of NAD(P)H: quinone oxidoreductase and glutathione S-transferases α and π in human renal cell carcinoma and in kidney cancer-derived cell lines
  331. Loss of Heterozygosity at the NAD(P)H:Quinone Oxidoreductase Locus Associated with Increased Resistance against Mitomycin C in a Human Bladder Carcinoma Cell Line
  332. Physical Quenching of Singlet Oxygen and cis-trans Isomerization of Carotenoids
  333. Singlet oxygen induces collagenase expression in human skin fibroblasts
  334. Strategies of antioxidant defense
  335. Selective para-hydroxylation of phenol and aniline by singlet molecular oxygen
  336. Damage to plasmid DNA by singlet oxygen and its protection
  337. Identification of a hepatic plasma membrane glutathione S-transferase activated by N-ethylmaleimide
  339. Separation of retinoic acid all-trans, mono-cis and poly-cis isomers by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography
  340. Ebselen, a selenoorganic compound as glutathione peroxidase mimic
  341. Reactive oxygen species associated with cell differentiation in Neurospora crassa
  342. Loss of α-tocopherol upon exposure to nitric oxide or the sydnonimine SIN-1
  343. Medical Applications of Antioxidants: An Update of Current Problems
  344. A synthetic C22 carotenoid inhibits carcinogen-induced neoplastic transformation and enhances gap junctional communication
  345. Prevention of singlet oxygen-induced DNA damage by lipoate
  346. Interaction of the pyridoindole stobadine with peroxyl, superoxide and chromanoxyl radicals
  347. Reaktive Sauerstoffspezies: Prooxidantien und Antioxidantien in Biologie und Medizin
  348. Cellular Levels ofall-trans-β-Carotene under the Influence of 9-cis-β-Carotene in FU-5 Rat Hepatoma Cells
  349. Protection by glutathione and other thiol compounds against the loss of protein thiols and tocopherol homologs during microsomal lipid peroxidation
  350. Antioxidant Functions of Vitamins
  351. Singlet oxygen induced DNA damage
  352. Antioxidant depletion in aortic crossclamping ischemia: Increase of the plasma α-tocopheryl quinone/α-tocopherol ratio
  353. Tetramethyl-ortho-chinodimethan (NOCT-1), das erste Mitglied einer Familie maßgeschneiderter cheletroper Spinfänger für Stickstoffmonoxid
  354. Tetramethyl-Ortho-quinodimethane, First Member of a Family of Custom-Tailored Cheletropic Spin Traps for Nitric Oxide
  355. Inhibition of superoxide and nitric oxide release and protection from reoxygenation injury by ebselen in rat kupffer cells
  356. Book Review: Vitamin C: Its Chemistry and Biochemistry. By M. B. Davies, J. Austin, and D. A. Partridge
  357. Antioxidant activity of the pyridoindole stobadine in liposomal and microsomal lipid peroxidation
  358. De novo methylation of transfected CAT gene plasmid constructs in F9 mouse embryonal carcinoma cells
  359. Antioxidant activity of the pyridoindole stobadine. Pulse radiolytic characterization of one-electron-oxidized stobadine and quenching of singlet molecular oxygen
  360. cis-trans isomers of lycopene and β-carotene in human serum and tissues
  362. NADPH-dependent oxidation of reduced ebselen, 2-selenylbenzanilide, and of 2-(methylseleno)benzanilide catalyzed by pig liver flavin-containing monooxygenase
  363. Interorgan Glutathione Transport
  364. Tocopherols, Carotenoids and The Glutathione System
  365. Ascorbate-Dependent Capacity of Dialysed Rat Liver Cytosol to Prevent Nonenzymatic Lipid Peroxidation
  366. Low- and high-Km transport of dinitrophenyl glutathione in inside out vesicles from human erythrocytes
  367. [40] Assay of lycopene and other carotenoids as singlet oxygen quenchers
  368. Increase of β‐actin mRNA upon hypotonic perfusion of perfused rat liver
  369. Oxidative stress: From basic research to clinical application
  370. Formation of 8-hydroxy(deoxy)guanosine and generation of strand breaks at guanine residues in DNA by singlet oxygen
  371. Activity of thiols as singlet molecular oxygen quenchers
  372. Singlet oxygen induced single-strand breaks in plasmid pBR322 DNA: the enhancing effect of thiols
  373. Cholestasis and changes of portal pressure caused by chlorpromazine in the perfused rat liver
  374. Identification of an abundant S-thiolated rat liver protein as carbonic anhydrase III; characterization of S-thiolation and dethiolation reactions
  375. Molecular Aspects of Inflammation
  377. Role of tocopherols in the protection of biological systems against oxidative damage
  379. Biological Significance of Active Oxygen Species: In Vitro Studies on Singlet Oxygen-Induced DNA Damage and on the Singlet Oxygen Quenching Ability of Carotenoids, Tocopherols and Thiols
  380. Oxidative damage to mitochondria and protection by ebselen and other antioxidants
  381. Reactivity of ebselen and related selenoorganic compounds with 1,2-dichloroethane radical cations and halogenated peroxyl radicals
  382. Microsomal metabolism of 2-(methylseleno)benzanilide
  383. Physical and chemical scavenging of singlet molecular oxygen by tocopherols
  384. Phosphorylase and creatine kinase modification by thiol-disulfide exchange and by xanthine oxidase-initiated S-thiolation
  385. Free radicals in biotechnology and medicine
  386. Quinone Redox Cycling and the Protective Effect of DT Diaphorase
  387. Carotenoids, tocopherols and thiols as biological singlet oxygen quenchers
  388. Role of specific protein S-thiolation under oxidative stress
  389. Antioxidant and radical scavenging abilities of ebselen and relation to vitamin E
  390. Singlet molecular oxygen induced changes in DNA: Single-strand breaks, loss of biological activity and mutagenicity
  391. Temporal relationships between the loss of vitamin E, protein sulfhydryls and lipid peroxidation in microsomes challenged with different prooxidants
  392. Antioxidant Activity of Ebselen and Related Selenoorganic Compounds in Microsomal Lipid Peroxidation
  393. Decreased expression of the glutathione S-transferases alpha and pi genes in human renal cell carcinoma
  394. Glutathione levels in human lens: Regional distribution in different forms of cataract
  395. [63] Visible-range low-level chemiluminescence in biological systems
  396. Identification of an abundant, S-thiolated rat liver protein as carbonic anhydrase III; Characterization of S-thiolation and dethiolation reaction
  397. Human Fibroblasts Release Low Amounts of Reactive Oxygen Species in Response to the Potent Phagocyte Stimulants, Serum-Treated Zymosan, N-Formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine, Leukotriene B4or 12-O-Tetradecanoylphorbol 13-Acetate
  398. Human Fibroblasts Release Reactive Oxygen Species in Response to Treatment with Synovial Fluids from Patients Suffering from Arthritis
  399. Alpha-Tocopherol in Microsomal Lipid Peroxidation
  400. Lycopene as the most efficient biological carotenoid singlet oxygen quencher
  401. Hepatic lipoate uptake
  402. ATP-stimulated uptake of S-(2,4-dinitrophenyl)glutathione by plasma membrane vesicles from rat liver
  403. Ca2+ mobilization by vasopressin and glucagon in perfused livers
  404. S-(4-Azidophenacyl)[35S]glutathione photoaffinity labeling of rat liver plasma membrane-associated proteins
  407. Quantification of singlet oxygen generated by thermolysis of 3,3'-(1,4-naphthylene)dipropionate endoperoxide. Monomol and dimol photoemission and the effects of 1,4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octane
  408. Zur Biochemie der Thiolgruppe: Bedeutung des Glutathions
  409. Optical spectral studies of ebselen interaction with cytochrome P-450 of rat liver microsomes
  410. Antioxidant activity of dihydrolipoate against microsomal lipid peroxidation and its dependence on α-tocopherol
  412. Book Reviews
  413. Cytochrome P-450, Reductive Metabolism, And Cell Injury
  414. [11] Effects of hormones on mitochondrial processes
  415. [34] Transport of glutathione, glutathione disulfide, and glutathione conjugates across the hepatocyte plasma membrane
  416. Chemiluminescent oxidation of ribose catalyzed by horseradish peroxidase in presence of hydrogen peroxide
  417. Specific S-thiolation of a 30-kDa cytosolic protein from rat liver under oxidative stress
  418. Antioxidant Activity of 5-Hydroxytryptophan, 5-Hydroxyindole, and Dopa Against Microsomal Lipid Peroxidation and Its Dependence on Vitamin E
  419. Metabolism and Disposition of Ebselen
  420. The protection by ascorbate and glutathione against microsomal lipid peroxidation is dependent on vitamin E
  421. Inhibition of biliary taurocholate excretion during menadione metabolism in perfused rat liver
  422. A new parameter for sex education
  423. Biochemistry of oxidative stress
  424. Cholestasis and changes in the microcirculation of perfused rat liver caused by the calcium ionophore A23187 and type I antiarrhythmic drugs
  425. Antioxidant Activity in Cells and Organs
  426. pH control of hepatic glutamine degradation. Role of transport
  427. Generation of photoemissive species by mitomycin C redox cycling in rat liver microsomes
  428. Intact organ spectrophotometry and single-photon counting
  429. Inhibition of taurocholate efflux from rat hepatic canalicular membrane vesicles by glutathione disulfide
  430. Perivascular nerve stimulation and phenylephrine responses in rat liver. Metabolic effects, Ca2+ and K+ fluxes
  431. Loss of transforming activity of plasmid DNA (pBR322) in E. coli caused by singlet molecular oxygen
  432. Peroxisomes in Biology and Medicine
  433. Hormones, glutathione status and protein S-thiolation
  434. Book Reviews
  435. Xanthine Oxidase is Not Responsible for Reoxygenation Injury in Isolated-Perfused Rat Heart
  436. Distinct temporal relation among oxygen uptake, malondialdehyde formation, and low-level chemiluminescence during microsomal lipid peroxidation
  437. Generation of excited species catalyzed by horseradish peroxidase or hemin in the presence of reduced glutathione and H2O2
  438. Die enzymatische Entgiftung reaktiver Sauerstoffspezies
  439. Biochemie des oxidativen Stress
  440. Biochemistry of Oxidative Stress
  441. Mutagenicity of nitroxide-free radicals
  442. Mechanism and relevance of glutathione mutagenicity
  443. Book Review: Biological Oxidation of Nitrogen in Organic Molecules Chemistry, Toxicology and Pharmacology. Edited by J. W. Gorrod and L. A. Damani
  444. Energy-linked cardiac transport system for glutathione disulfide
  445. Generation of photoemissive species during quinone redox cycling
  446. Generation of photoemissive species during quinone redox cycling
  447. The major isozyme of rat cardiac glutathione transferases. Its correspondence to hepatic transferase X
  448. Reactive Oxygen Species Formed in Vitro and in Cells: Role of Thiols(GSH). Model Studies with Xanthine Oxidase and Horseradish Peroxidase
  449. Oxygen dependence and subcellular partitioning of hepatic menadione-mediated oxygen uptake
  450. Role of plasma membrane transport in hepatic glutamine metabolism
  451. A novel biologically active selenoorganic compound—IV
  452. Effect of age and ambient temperature on n-pentane production in adult housefly, Musca domestica
  453. Preface
  454. Oxidative Stress: Introductory Remarks
  455. Functional hepatocyte heterogeneity in ammonia metabolism
  456. Oxidative stress: Excited oxygen species and enzyme activity
  457. Hydroperoxides and Thiol Oxidants in the Study of Oxidative Stress in Intact Cells and Organs
  458. Excited species generation in horseradish peroxidase-mediated oxidation of glutathione
  459. Lack of effect of long-term glutathione administration on aflatoxin B1-induced hepatoma in male rats
  465. Generation of low-level chemiluminescence during the metabolism of 1-naphthol by rat liver microsomes
  466. A novel biologically active seleno-organic compound—1
  467. Subcellular glutathione contents in isolated hepatocytes treated with L-buthionine sulfoximine
  468. Hepatic role in pH regulation: role of the intercellular glutamine cycle
  469. Biliary transport of glutathione disulfide studied with isolated rat-liver canalicular-membrane vesicles
  470. The isozyme pattern of glutathione S -transferases in rat heart
  471. Protection against reactive oxygen species by NAD(P)H:quinone reductase induced by the dietary antioxidant butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA)
  472. Hepatic uptake of cadmium and its biliary release as affected by dithioerythritol and glutathione
  473. Compartmentation of high-energy phosphates in resting and working rat skeletal muscle
  474. Glutamine Metabolism in Mammalian Tissues
  475. [37] Assay of ethane and pentane from isolated organs and cells
  476. [59] Glutathione disulfide (GSSG) efflux from cells and tissues
  477. [26] Low-level chemiluminescence as an indicator of singlet molecular oxygen in biological systems
  478. Interaction of a glutathione S-conjugate with glutathione reductase Kinetic and X-ray crystallographic studies
  479. Effect of DABCO (1,4-diazabicyclo[2,2,2]-octane) on singlet oxygen monomol (1270 nm) and dimol (634 and 703 nm) emission
  480. Antioxidant effect of diethyldithiocarbamate on microsomal lipid peroxidation assessed by low-level chemiluminescence and alkane production
  481. Oxidation of glutathione by the superoxide radical to the disulfide and the sulfonate yielding singlet oxygen
  482. Identification and quantitation of glutathione in hepatic protein mixed disulfides and its relationship to glutathione disulfide
  483. Ethane Release during Metabolism of Aldehydes and Monoamines in Perfused Rat Liver
  484. Hepatic low-level chemiluminescence during redox cycling of menadione and the menadione-glutathione conjugate: Relation to glutathione and NAD(P)H:quinone reductase (DT-diaphorase) activity
  485. Glutathione conjugation of benzo[a]pyrene-7,8-dihydrodiol and benzo[a]pyrene-7,8-dihydrodiol-9,10-oxide in the perfused rat liver
  486. Biological Basis of Detoxication of Oxygen Free Radicals
  487. Paraquat-induced chemiluminescence of microsomal fractions
  488. Inhibition of ethanol- and aldehyde-induced release of ethane from isolated perfused rat liver by pargyline and disulfiram
  489. 522 Singlet oxygen formation detected by low-level chemiluminescence during enzymatic reduction of prostaglandin G2 to H2.
  490. Cellular Redox Changes and Response to Drugs and Toxic Agents
  491. Decrease of Flux through Pyruvate Dehydrogenase and Branched-Chain 2-Oxo-Acid Dehydrogenase by Nitrofurantoin in Perfused Rat Liver
  492. Decreased Flux through Pyruvate Dehydrogenase by Thiol Oxidation during t-Butyl Hydroperoxide Metabolism in Perfused Rat Liver
  493. Singlet Oxygen Formation Detected by Low-Level Chemiluminescence during Enzymatic Reduction of Prostaglandin G2to H2
  494. Inhibition of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase during the Metabolism of Glutamine and Proline in Hemoglobin-Free Perfused Rat Liver
  496. Competition between transport of glutathione disulfide (GSSG) and glutathioneS-conjugates from perfused rat liver into bile
  497. Increase in hepatic mixed disulphide and glutathione disulphide levels elicited by paraquat
  498. Metabolism of Organic Hydroperoxides
  499. Se and Non-Se Glutathione Peroxidases: Enzymology and Cell Physiology
  500. Toxic drug effects associated with oxygen metabolism: Redox cycling and lipid peroxidation
  501. Low-Level Chemiluminescence of Isolated Hepatocytes
  502. Ethane production of isolated perfused rat liver
  503. [3] Measurement of hydrogen peroxide formation in Situ
  504. [48] Assay of glutathione, glutathione disulfide, and glutathione mixed disulfides in biological samples
  505. [8] Chemical depletion of glutathione in vivo
  506. From enzymology in vitro to physiological chemistry in vivo
  507. Otto Warburg
  508. Functions of intracellular glutathione in hepatic hydroperoxide and drug metabolism and the role of extracellular glutathione
  509. Increased Biliary Glutathione Disulfide (GSSG) Release in Chronically Ethanol-Treated Rats
  510. The Role of pH and the Lack of a Requirement for Hydrogencarbonate in the Regulation of Hepatic Glutamine Metabolism
  511. Assessment of the kidney function in maintenance of plasma glutathione concentration and redox state in anaesthetized rats
  512. Hepatic Glutamine Metabolism under the Influence of the Portal Ammonia Concentration in the Perfused Rat Liver
  513. Enzymatic measurement of adenine and guanine(plus inosine) triphosphates and diphosphates in isolated cells and the mitochondrial matrix compartment obtained from rat liver
  514. Increased biliary glutathione disulfide release in chronically ethanol-treated rats
  515. Methionine and thyroid hormone effects on 14 CO2 exhalation from [dimethylamino -14 C]aminopyrine in intact phenobarbital-pretreated rats
  516. Glutathione S-Conjugate Formation from 1-Chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene and Biliary S-Conjugate Excretion in the Perfused Rat Liver
  517. Microbodies/Peroxisomen pflanzlicher Zellen Morphologie, Biochemie, Funktion und Entwicklung eines Zellorganells. With an English Assessment
  518. Hepatic mitochondrial and cytosolic glutathione content and the subcellular distribution of GSH-S -transferases
  519. The Disposition of Formaldehyde and Formate Arising from Drug N-Demethylations Dependent on Cytochrome P-450 in Hepatocytes and in Perfused Rat Liver
  520. Glutathione Efflux from Perfused Rat Liver after Phenobarbital Treatment, during Drug Oxidations, and in Selenium Deficiency
  521. A Role of Mitochondrial Glutathione Peroxidase in Modulating Mitochondrial Oxidations in Liver
  522. Reduced and oxidized glutathione efflux from liver
  523. Effect of oxygen concentration on the reaction of halothane with cytochrome P450 in liver microsomes and isolated perfused rat liver
  524. Functions of Glutathione in Liver and Kidney
  525. A New Organ Spectrophotometer for Sensitive Dual-Wavelength Absorbance Measurement and Spectral Scanning of Intact Perfused Organs
  527. Organ Absorbance and Fluorescence Spectrophotometry and its Application to Oxygen-Dependent Parameters
  528. [3] The use of perfusion of liver and other organs for the study of microsomal electron-transport and cytochrome P-450 systems
  529. Cytochrome Oxidase and Urate Oxidase as Intracellular O2 Indicators in Studies of O2 Gradients During Hypoxia in Liver
  530. Drug Oxidations Dependent on Cytochrome P-450 in Isolated Hepatocytes. The Role of the Tricarboxylates and the Aminotransferases in NADPH Supply
  533. Peroxisomal Enzymes and Oxygen Metabolism in Liver
  534. Oxygen Gradients During Hypoxie Steady States in Liver. Urate Oxidase and Cytochrome Oxidase as Intracellular O2Indicators
  535. Mitochondrial and Cytosolic NADPH Systems and Isocitrate Dehydrogenase Indicator Metabolites during Ureogenesis from Ammonia in Isolated Rat Hepatocytes
  536. The effect of tris(2-chloroethyl)amine on human hemoglobin
  537. Hydroperoxide-Metabolizing Systems in Rat Liver
  538. Oxidation of Cytochrome b5 by Hydroperoxides in Rat Liver
  539. A process requiring mitochondrial NADPH: Urea formation from ammonia
  540. Activation of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase during Metabolism of Ammonium Ions in Hemoglobin-Free Perfused Rat Liver
  541. Biochemie des Peroxysoms in der Leberzelle
  542. Biochemistry of the Peroxisome in the Liver Cell
  543. Mitochondrial Nicotinamide Nucleotide Systems: Ammonium Chloride Responses and Associated Metabolic Transitions in Hemoglobin-Free Perfused Rat Liver
  544. The properties of the secondary catalase—peroxide complex (Compound II) in the hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver
  545. Carbon-Dioxide Concentration and the Distribution of Monocarboxylate and H+ Ions between Intracellular and Extracellular Spaces of Hemoglobin-Free Perfused Rat Liver
  546. Heme occupancy of catalase in hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver and of isolated rat liver catalase
  547. The role of H2O2 generation in perfused rat liver and the reaction of catalase compound I and hydrogen donors
  548. Oxidation in the NADP system and release of GSSG from hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver during peroxidatic oxidation of glutathione by hydroperoxides
  549. Proton movement accompanying monocarboxylate permeation in hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver
  550. State of Oxidation-Reduction and State of Binding in the Cytosolic NADH-System as Disclosed by Equilibration with Extracellular Lactate/Pyruvate in Hemoglobin-Free Perfused Rat Liver
  552. Direct measurement of the state of the lactate dehydrogenase system in hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver
  553. The state of NADPH/NADP+ during mixed-function oxidation of hexobarbital in hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver
  554. The steady state level of catalase compound I in isolated hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver
  555. Interaction of Mixed Function Oxidase with its Substrates and Associated Redox Transitions of Cytochrome P-450 and Pyridine Nucleotides in Perfused Rat Liver
  556. Positive increase of redox potential of the extramitochondrial NADP(H) system by mixed function oxidations in hemoglobin-free perfused rat liver
  557. On the state of mitochondria in perfused liver: Action of sodium azide on respiratory carriers and respiration
  558. Vitamins and Polyphenols in Systemic Photoprotection
  559. Dietary Flavanols: Biochemical Basis of Short-Term and Longer-Term Vascular Responses
  560. Cellular Generation of Oxidants: Relation to Oxidative Stress
  561. Analysis of Cellular Electron Transport Systems in Liver and Other Organs by Absorbance and Fluorescence Techniques