Oxidative Damage to Lipids, Proteins and Nucleic Acids:
J.D. Morrow and L.J. Roberts II,Mass Spectrometric Quantification of F2-Isoprostanes in Biological Fluids and Tissues as a Measure of Oxidant Stress.
J. Nourooz-Zadeh, Improved GC-MS Assay for the Measurement of Plasma Isoprostanes.
G.T. Shwaery, H. Mowri, J.F. Keaney, Jr., and B. Frei, Preparation of Lipid Hydroperoxide-Free LDL.
W. Korytowski, PG. Geiger, and A.W. Girotti, Lipid Hydroperoxide Analysis by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography with Mercury Cathode Electrochemical Detection.
A.M. Pastorino, A. Zamburlini, L. Zennaro, M. Maiorino, and F. Ursini, Measurement of Lipid Hydroperoxides in Human Plasma and Lipoproteins by Kinetic Analysis of Photon Emission.
G.J. Handelman, HPLC Analysis of Cholesterol Linoleate Hydroperoxide in Oxidized LDL, with Calibration by Conjugated Diene Internal Standard.
G.T. Shwaery, J.M. Samii, B. Frei, and J.F. Keaney, Jr., Determination of Phospholipid Oxidation in Cultured Cells.
J. Nourooz-Zadeh, Ferrous Ion Oxidation in the Presence of Xylenol Orange for the Detection of Lipid Hydroperoxides in Plasma.
T.R. Dugas and D.F. Church, Purification and Characterization of Phospholipid for Use in Lipid Oxidation Studies.
H.C. Yeo, J.K. Liu, H.J. Helbock, K.B. Beckman, and B.N. Ames, Malondialdehyde Assay in Biological Fluids by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry.
P.A. Glascott, Jr. and J. Farber, Assessment of the Physiological Interaction Between Vitamin E and Vitamin C.
Proteins and Nucleic Acids:
S.L. Hazen, F.F. Hsu, J.P. Gaut, J.R. Crowley, and J.W. Heinecke, Modification of Proteins and Lipids by Myeloperoxidase.
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