Inhibition of Lipid Peroxidation Induced by �?Ž�?³-Radiation and Dimethylhy-drazine in Rat Liver and Brain Mitochondria by Plant Extracts | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Inhibition of Lipid Peroxidation Induced by �?Ž�?³-Radiation and Dimethylhy-drazine in Rat Liver and Brain Mitochondria by Plant Extracts

Author(s):Sundus Hameed Ahmed

Contact to dimethyl hydrazine (DMH) or disclosure to gamma radioactivity brings group of responsive oxygen classes (ROC) particularly radical of peroxyl group (ROO•) and radical of hydroxyl group (•OH), which is able to initiate the peroxidation of lipids. The demonstration of early study shows the possibility of extraction therapeutically. Edible plants like Zingiber, Loranthus europeaus, dactylifera, have an important characteristic action called “antioxidant” which is counted as a radical searcher. This study inspected the shielding DMH which lead to cause the peroxidation of lipids by means of brain mitochondria and liver of rats as perfect organisms. The outcomes shows the therapeutic plant excerpts potentially reserved thio-acid and the hydroperoxides of the lipids as active ingredients which demonstrate the effect of the protection of membranes. We conclude that the deep protection consequences due to the outcomes of Zingiber officinale, Citrus aurantifolis, Phoenix dactylifera, Loranthus europeaus in contradiction of the peroxidation of the lipids through two main methods of ROC accomplished of making this kind of harm in a main organelle, the mitochondria as of both rat brain and liver. It also leads to the possibility of using these plants for health benefits.

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