Isoprostane is called a group of substances, which are, among other things, the oxidative attack on cell lipids in the human body. Some Isoprostane are therefore used to prove the antioxidant effect of ingested foods (including food supplements) and medications. This proof is one of the few that can prove the actual antioxidant effect (and not just the theoretical antioxidant potential) of a food or medication.
We quantify the following bio-markers for your samples:
- antioxidant enzymes, Superoxide dismutase, SOD, SOD activity
- Catalase, CAT activity, Isoprostanes in vivo
- Glutathione, GSH, Intracellular GSH level, Glutathione activity, Total glutathione assay, Glutathione reductase
- Antioxidant activity in vivo, Cellular Antioxidant Activity, Cellular antioxidant analysis, Intracellular Antioxidant Activity/capacity, antioxidant absorption/intake
- Prevention of oxidation damage in cells by antioxidant rich foods, Preclinical measure of bioavailability Protease quantitation, NADH, NAD+, NAD/NADH balanc
- ORAC, TEAC etc.
- Cellular LDH determination, Cytotoxicity assay, Cellular biology assay, In vivo toxicity