PON

(redirected from Paraoxonase)
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AcronymDefinition
PONParticulate Organic Nitrogen
PONPump Octane Number
PONPlane of Nightmare (Everquest game)
PONPacific Online, Inc. (Santa Rosa, California)
PONPayload Operations Network
PONPeriodical Operating Notice
PONProvincial Offence Notice (Canada)
PONPlus Over Normal (marketing/promotion)
PONProcurement Operations Notice
PONPrimary Olfactory Neuron
PONParaffins, Olefins and Naphthenes (biofuel products)
PONParaoxonase
PONPassive Optical Network
PONPontoon
PONProject Order Number
PONPurchase Order Number (Sprint)
PONPolish Owczarek Nizinny (Polish Lowland Sheepdog)
PONPetroleum Operations Notice (DTI UK government Department of Trade & Industry)
PONPath of Neo (game)
PONPort Out Number (telephone porting)
PONProgramma Operativo Nazionale (Italian: National Operational Program)
PONPanel of Neutrals (International Trademark Association)
PONProgram Opportunity Notice
PONProgram on Negotiation
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Objective: We aimed to compare paraoxonase levels, total antioxidant levels, total oxidant levels, oxidative stress index between Ranson score and C-reactive protein levels in acute pancreatitis.
Interethnic differences in the detoxification of organophosphates: the human serum paraoxonase polymorphism.
PON2 and PON3 both have antioxidant properties, hydrolyze aromatic and long-chain aliphatic lactones, but lack paraoxonase or arylesterase activities (21,22).
4 per cent of the variation in paraoxonase gene expression and PON1 serum concentration (22).
Paraoxonase activity, expressed in units per litre, or U/L, of serum, was evaluated in the absence of basal activity, and arylesterase activity was defined as micromoles, of phenol generated/min, and was expressed as U/L of serum.
Association between Paraoxonase 1 (PON1) Polymorphisms and the Risk of Acute Coronary Syndrome in a North African Population.
Genetic variations of the paraoxonase gene in patients with coronary artery disease.
Stroke patients also experienced impressive improvements in the following blood markers: oxidized LDL-cholesterol, glutathione levels, ratio of reduced to oxidized glutathione, total antioxidant capacity, paraoxonase enzyme activity as well as reductions in markers of inflammation and free radical damage.
The paraoxonase activity was carried out by measuring p-nitrophenol in spectofotometer.
In addition, taurine increases the activity of paraoxonase I, an enzyme that is involved in organophosphate metabolism and detoxification (Dirican et al.