AAPHAmerican Association of Professional Hypnotherapists
AAPHAmidinopropane Hydrochloride
AAPHASEAN Association for Planning and Housing
AAPHAmerican Association for Partial Hospitalization
AAPHAsian-Americans in Public Health
AAPHAssociation for the Advancement of Private Health
AAPHAntioxidative Activity of Phycocyanobilin
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Grape and grape seed extract capacities at protecting LDL against oxidation generated by Cu2+, AAPH or SIN-1 and at decreasing superoxide THP-1 cell production.
2] protocol, 10 healthy participants (4 males; mean age, 32 years; range, 23-51 years) were recruited; 10 additional participants (3 males; mean age, 30 years; range, 21-49 years) were recruited to the AAPH protocol.
001) and a modest, nonsignificant decrease when AAPH was the initiating oxidant (Fig.
o conde da Ericeira, 1721-22', AAPH, 2nd series, 15 (1965), 243-50.
After a washing step, AAPH dissolved in HBSS is applied at a final concentration of 600 [mu]M to the cells, and they are incubated for 45 min at 37[degrees]C.
Plasma samples from the volunteers were assessed for lipid peroxidation by exposure to 50 mmol/L AAPH.
The method of Glazer (5) assumes that the decrease in fluorescence of B-phycoerythrin (B-PE) or R-phycoerythrin (R-PE) in the presence of 2,2'-azobis(2-amidinopropane) dihydrochloride (AAPH) is linear with time and that a period of complete protection (the length of the lag phase) of B- or R-PE against AAPH is related to antioxidant concentrations.
Briefly, 1 mL of RBC suspensions was mixed with equal volumes of NaCl (9 g/L) containing AAPH (200 mmol/L).
3) FY09 underlying earnings adjusted for pounds-106m one-off gain related to internal restructuring of an annuity portfolio, pounds+16m dividend on AAPH shares and on the business retained
The addition of AAPH (a peroxyl radical initiator) to the suspension of RBC causes oxidation of lipids and proteins in cell membrane and thereby induces hemolysis.