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Determination of antiradical and antioxidant activity: basic principles and new insights

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Although the term 'antioxidant' is used very frequently, there are problems with the definition of antioxidants and estimation of antioxidant activity. The distinction between antioxidant and antiradical activities is not always obvious. This minireview discusses critically the principles, advantages and limitations of the most frequently used methods of estimation of antiradical and antioxidant activities.
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57
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2
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139-142
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published
2010
received
2009-11-10
revised
2010-02-05
accepted
2010-02-06
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2010-05-11
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  • Laboratory of Membranoactive Compounds, Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis, Riga, Latvia
  • Department of Molecular Biophysics, University of Łódź, Łódź, Poland
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