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SFRSwiss Franc (national currency)
SFRSingle Family Residence (real estate)
SFRSingle Family Residence
SFRStatistical First Release (Department for Education; UK)
SFRSociété Française du Radiotéléphone (French cellular provider)
SFRSplit Frame Rendering (computer graphics processing)
SFRSingle Family Rural (zoning)
SFRSanta Fe Reporter (newspaper; Santa Fe, NM)
SFRSan Francisco Region
SFRSecurity Functional Requirement (computer security)
SFRSecurity Functional Requirements
SFRService Flow Reference
SFRSubfield Recall
SFRSpecial Function Register
SFRSplit Frame Rendering
SFRSpecial Function Register (Intel 8051 Microcontroller)
SFRSonic Free Riders (video game)
SFRSubstitute For Return
SFRStar Formation Rate
SFRSociété Française de Radiologie
SFRState Forest Road (various locations)
SFRSchool of Forest Resources (various locations)
SFRStandard for Full Registration (UK)
SFRStudent to Faculty Ratio (educational statistic)
SFRStructure Function Relationship (biology)
SFRSarah Fisher Racing (racing team)
SFRSpatial Frequency Response
SFRStrathclyde Fire & Rescue (UK)
SFRSpectrum Framework Review (Office of Communications; UK)
SFRStar Forming Region
SFRState and Federal Relations (Maine Municipal Association)
SFRSociété Française de Rhumatologie
SFRSodium Fast Reactor
SFRSystem Functional Review
SFRSchool Fund Raiser (various locations)
SFRSpecial Forces Regiment
SFRSchool Financial Report (Florida)
SFRStarfsmannafélag Ríkisstofnana (Icelandic: Association of Government Personnel)
SFRStrange Famous Records
SFRShip from Remote Location (various companies)
SFRSwiss Federal Railway
SFRSmall-Farm Reservoir
SFRSlovak Federal Republic
SFRSanta Fe Re-Creations
SFRSpecial Flight Rules
SFRSmall-Frame Revolver (firearm)
SFRSpin-Flip Raman
SFRStable Free Radical
SFRShinden Fudo Ryu (Martial Arts; Bujinkan)
SFRSouth Florida Raves
SFRStep Frequency Radar
SFRSalary Factor Report
SFRSynchronous Fixed Repetition
SFRSafety of Flight Requirements
SFRSpectral FEG Resequencing
SFRShanghai-Fanuc Robotics, Ltd.
SFRSpecial Friends Records
SFRStatus of Forces Report
SFRSemiannual Force Revision
SFRSystem-Fault-Risk (computer systems)
SFRShift Finger Rail
SFRSignificant Finding Report
SFRStarfleet Republic headquarters (Star Trek role playing game)
SFRSouth Flintshire Radio
SFRSouth Farms Review (publication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
SFRShip's Hazardous Material List Feedback Report
SFRSan Francisco Reporting Service (court reporting)
SFRSoftware Functional Requirement
SFRShunt Field Resistance
SFRScottish Forest Rally School
SFRSex Factor Regulation
SFRSoftware Fault Report
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The antioxidant activity of Bacillus clausii KP10 extracts was investigated by measuring their scavenging ability to 1, 1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl stable free radicals (DPPH).
DPPH stable free radical method is a sensitive way to determine the antioxidant activity of plant extracts (Bhat et al., 2016).
Consequently, all test systems using a stable free radical give information on the radical scavenging or antiradical activity, and in many cases, it does not correspond to the antioxidant activity.
Bios M.S., "Antioxidant determinations by the use of a stable free radical," Nature, 181:1199-1200 (1958).
"The most important aim of this research was to better understand the development of stable free radicals during the roasting process and the possible influence exerted by developed radicals on the well-documented coffee antioxidant properties.
It is the simplest method developed to determine the antioxidant activity using a stable free radical, 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl-hydrazyl(DPPH) with specific absorption maxima at 517 nm.
Maleic anhydride (MA, 99.9%) and stable free radical 2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidinyloxy (TEMPO) were purchased from Aldrich and used without further purification.
DPPH, a purple-colored stable free radical, was reduced into the yellow-colored diphenylpicryl hydrazine; the color intensity of the reaction mixture was measured spectrophotometrically at 510 nm.
DPPH was prepared in a concentration of 0.5, 5, and 10 mg/mL methanol (as the source of stable free radical).
The ability to scavenge the stable free radical 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl ([DPPH.sup.o]) was determined based on the method of Ohinishi et al(Ohinishi et al., 1994).with minor modifications.
After using the staining assay, quantization of the free radical scavenging capabilities is possible by using DPPH, a stable free radical to measure the antioxidant activity.
Georges, "Rapid Additive-Free TEMPO-Mediated Stable Free Radical Polymerizations of Styrene," J.