Spotchem developed a system that measures the levels of free radicals and free radicals in the body after 12 years of research, centered on Italian scientist DR. Caratelli and University of Naples Professor of Medicine Dr. Iorio .
Oxidative stress means that the balance between the oxidative and anti-oxidative reactions of the living body is lost and the body is inclined to an oxidative state, causing the body to undergo oxidative damage.
This test measures the concentration of hydroperoxide in blood (ROOH: a general term for lipids, proteins, amino acids, nucleic acids, etc. that have undergone an oxidation reaction due to active oxygen and free radicals). Overall evaluation of the state of oxidative stress level. According to the sampling results of about 7000 people in Europe, it is said that if the measured value is 300U.
Blood plasma contains many antioxidants that scavenge active oxygen and free radicals.
Endogenous antioxidants include albumin, transferrin, ceruloplasmin, bilirubin, uric acid, and reduced glutathione. Exogenous antioxidants include tocopherol, carotene, ubiquinone, ascorbic acid, methionine, flavonoids, and polyphenols. In the BAP test, these plasma antioxidants donate electrons to active oxygen and free radicals, measure the reduction ability to stop the oxidation reaction, and comprehensively evaluate the antioxidant power. Evaluation of antioxidant activity is also important to maintain a balance between oxidation and antioxidants.
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