Oxidization Resistance in Vivo for Raspberry Flavone

Abstract

The experiments on the effect of oxidization resistancein vivoforraspberryflavone extract manifests that the extract ofraspberryflavone could effectively increase CAT, SOD and GSH-Px enzyme activity in rats’ liver, kidney, blood and skeletal muscle and decrease decomposition product of lipid peroxidization, with a significant antioxidant effect.

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Sun, J. , Zhu, H. and Dong, G. (2013) Oxidization Resistance in Vivo for Raspberry Flavone. Engineering, 5, 455-458. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B093.

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