This volume brings together innovative research, new concepts, and novel developments in the study of chemistry and biological activity of antioxidants. It is a collection of chapters on new scientific research and practical applications from chemists at several prestigious scientific institutions. It looks at recent significant research and reports on new methodologies and important applications in the field of chemical kinetics.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Synthesis and Physicochemical Properties Of Antioxidants In The Chemical and Bichemical Model Systems
1. Structure Modification of Bioantioxidants Based on Hindered Phenols
Violetta B. Vol’eva et al.
2. Inhibitory Efficiency of the Plant Cell Components in the Model Oxidative Processes
Lyudmila N. Shishkina et al.
3. Potassium Salt of Phenosan Influences on the State of the Soluble and Membrane-Bounded Proteins
Olga M. Alekseeva, Yury A. Kim, and Elena A. Yagolnik
4. Antioxidants as Adaptogens and Plant Growth Regulators
Irina V. Zhigacheva
5. How the Antioxidant Melafen Acts to the Structural and Functional Properties of Erithrocytes
Olga M. Alekseeva et al.
6. Role of Water-Soluble Compounds of Reduced Sulfur in the Formation of the Toxic Properties of the Aquatic Environment
Elena V. Shtamm et al.
Part 2: Biological Activity Of Antioxidants and Possibilities Of Their Application
7. Screening Eye Pigments as Natural Antioxidants
Alexander E. Dontsov and Mikhail A. Ostrovsky
8. Blue Light and Retinal Ageing: Morphofunctional Study of Retinal Pigment Epithelium and Choroid on Japanese Quail as an Accelerated Aging Model
Pavel P. Zak et al.
9. Effect of the Potassium Phenosan Salt and Radiation at Low Doses on the Functional Activity and State of the Brain Membranes of Mice
Julia A. Treshchenkova et al.
10. Antioxidants in Aquatic Ecosystems: Role in Adaptation of the Organisms to the Changing of Global and Local Factors
Irina I. Rudneva et al.
11. Antioxidant Properties of Safflower Culture (Carthamus tinctorius L.), Introduced Into the Central Region of the Russian Federation
Suluchan K. Temirbekova et al.
12. Influence of Low Temperatures on the Catalase Activity of Psychrotolerant Bactria of the Genus Bacillus
Olga V. Domanskaya et al.
13. Biological Methods Increasing the Productivity of the Winter False Flax Camelina sativa L.
Sarra A. Bekuzarova, Larissa I. Weisfeld, and Tugan ¿. Dulaev
Lyudmila N. Shishkina, DSc, is a Professor in Biophysics and Head of the Department of Physicochemical Problems in Radiobiology and Ecology at the Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a member of the Scientific Counsel of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Radiobiology. She is a laureate of the medal "In Memory of Academician N. M. Emanuel" for Achievements in Chemical and Biochemical Physics. She has published 225 research papers as well as several textbooks and monographs.
Alexander N. Goloshchapov, PhD, is Deputy Director of the Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Chemistry and Head of the Laboratory of Physical and Chemical Bases of Biological Systems of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is a specialist in the fields of physical and chemical problems of cells and biological membranes and a member of the International EPR Society. As part of a creative team, he takes part in Russian and international programs and has participated in the creation of the patent "Preventative Preparation, Contributing to Increase Life Expectancy." He has more than 150 scientific publications to his credit.
Larissa I. Weisfeld, PhD, is a Chief Specialist at the Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a member of the All-Russia Vavilov Society of Geneticists and Breeders. She is also the author of more than 350 articles published in scientific journals and conference proceedings and holds seven patents for inventions. She is the co-author of four new winter wheat cultivars registered in the State Register of the Russian Federation. She is the author of several book chapters and has co-edited several books.