Studies on Women''s Health.
By: Agarwal, Ashok.
Contributor(s): Aziz, Nabil | Rizk, Botros.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Oxidative Stress in Applied Basic Research and Clinical Practice: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2012Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (367 p.).ISBN: 9781627030410.Subject(s): Health | Nutrition | Women -- Health and hygiene | Women''s healthGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Studies on Women''s HealthDDC classification: 613.042409 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Studies on Women's Health; Foreword; Preface; Contents; Contributors; 1 Maternal Nutrition, Oxidative Stress and Prenatal Devlopmental Outcomes; Abstract; 1.1…Introduction; 1.2…Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS); 1.3…Cellular Sources of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS; 1.4…Antioxidant Systems; 1.4.1 Endogenous Enzymatic Antioxidant Systems; 1.4.2 Endogenous Non-Enzymatic Antioxidant Systems; 1.4.3 Exogenous Antioxidant Systems; 1.5…ROS and Antioxidants Cross-Talk in Prenatal Developmental OutcomesPrenatal Developmental Outcomes
1.6…Maternal Dietary AntioxidantsDietary Antioxidants and Prenatal Developmental OutcomesPrenatal Developmental Outcomes1.7…Environmental Contaminants and Prenatal Developmental OutcomesPrenatal Developmental Outcomes; 1.8…Proteomics in Nutrition, Oxidative Stress, and Prenatal Developmental OutcomesPrenatal Developmental Outcomes; 1.9…Conclusions; References; 2 Methods for Detection of ROS in the Female Reproductive System; Abstract; 2.1…Introduction; 2.2…Measurement of Reactive Oxygen Species and Oxidative Stress Markers; 2.3…Measurement of ROS by ChemiluminescenceChemiluminescence Assay
2.4…Factors Affecting Chemiluminescent Reaction2.5…Types of Luminometers; 2.6…Measurement of ROS by Other Methods; 2.6.1 Measurement of ROS by Nitroblue tetrazolium staining; 2.7…Epifluorescence Microscopy; 2.8…Measurement of ROS by Flow Cytometryflow cytometry; 2.9…Measurement of Enzymatic Antioxidants; 2.10…Measurement of Total Antioxidants; 2.10.1 Measurement of Oxidative DNA Adducts; 2.10.2 Measurement of Nitric Oxide; 2.10.3 Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay; 2.10.4 Measurement of Lipid Peroxides; 2.10.5 Measurement of Protein Oxidation; 2.10.6 Total Plasma Lipid Hydroperoxides
2.10.7 Measurement of Total (Free and Esterified) 8-F2-Isoprostane2.10.8 Measurement of Fat-Soluble Antioxidants; 2.10.9 Measurement of Oxidative Stress by Metabolomics; 2.11…Near-Infrared Spectroscopy; 2.12…Raman Analysis; 2.13…Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; 2.14…Oxidative Stress in Reproductive Diseases; 2.15…Ovaries; 2.15.1 Oocytes and Follicles; 2.15.2 Follicular Fluid and ART Outcomes; 2.16…Amniotic/Placental Fluid and ART Outcomes; 2.17…ROS and IVF Culture Media; 2.18…Fallopian Tubes; 2.18.1 Tubal Factors; 2.18.2 Hydrosalpinx; 2.18.3 Amniotic Sac/PlacentaPlacenta
2.18.4 Reactive Oxygen Species and EndometriumEndometrium2.18.5 Reactive Oxygen Species and Peritoneal Fluid; 2.18.6 Reactive Oxygen Species and EndometriosisEndometriosis; 2.18.7 Levels of Antioxidants; 2.18.8 Lipid Peroxides; 2.18.9 Nitric Oxides; 2.18.10 ROS and Sperm in Peritoneal Fluid; 2.18.11 ROS and Immune System; 2.18.12 Polycystic Ovary Syndrome; 2.18.13 Pre-Eclampsia; 2.18.14 Maternal Diabetes; 2.18.15 Recurrent Pregnancy Loss; 2.19…Conclusions; References; 3 Oxidative Stress and The Endometrium; Abstract; 3.1…Introduction
3.2…The Balance Between Oxidative StressOxidative Stress and Antioxidant Defense MechanismsAntioxidant Defense Mechanisms
This volume covers data describing the role of free radicals and antioxidants that deal with clinical and pre-clinical trials, as well as basic research in the area of women''s health. There is increasing evidence that oxidative stress is a causative, or at least a supporting factor in female pathology and infertility. During advancing gestational age, oxidative stress biomakers rise. Oxidative stress plays a regulatory role in transcription, signal transduction, gene expression and membrane trafficking. A search on Pub Med shows 449 papers have been published to date related to women''s health disorders and use of antioxidants in a variety of disease that are prevalent in women, such as hypertension and cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, obesity and restless leg syndrome.
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