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Routes of formation and toxic consequences of lipid oxidation products in foods

Free Radical Biology & Medicine

Jan 1, 1992

S Kubow

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Lipid oxidation in foods is initiated by free radical and/or singlet oxygen mechanisms which generate a series of autocatalytic free radical reactions. These autoxidation reactions lead to the breakdown of lipid and to the formation of a wide array of oxidation products. The nature and ...read more

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Oxidative Stress
Complex (molecular entity)
Evaluation of Platelet Metabolism Procedure
Lipids
Oxidative Stress Analysis
Food Processing
Metazoa
C10orf90 gene
Lipid Peroxidation
Fatty acid glycerol esters
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Routes of formation and toxic consequences of lipid oxidation products in foods

Free Radical Biology & Medicine

Jan 1, 1992

S Kubow

PMID: 1537572

DOI: 10.1016/0891-5849(92)90059-p

Abstract

Lipid oxidation in foods is initiated by free radical and/or singlet oxygen mechanisms which generate a series of autocatalytic free radical reactions. These autoxidation reactions lead to the breakdown of lipid and to the formation of a wide array of oxidation products. The nature and ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Oxidative Stress
Complex (molecular entity)
Evaluation of Platelet Metabolism Procedure
Lipids
Oxidative Stress Analysis

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