EDTA, whereas glucose-induced crosslinking of collagen was almost completely prevented by free radical scavengers.
What does FRS stand for?
FRS stands for Free Radical Scavenger (energy beverage)
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We have 214 other meanings of FRS in our Acronym Attic
- Forum des Républicains Sociaux (French: Forum of Social Republicans)
- Forum of Social Republicans (now Christian Democratic Party; France)
- Forward Recoil Scattering
- Forward Repair Ship
- Forward Repair System (US Army)
- Foundation for Rural Service
- Foundation Routing and Switching (Cisco)
- Frame Knowledge Representation System
- Frame Relay Service
- Frame Relay Switch (Sprint)
- Freely Redistributable Software
- Frontier Research System (est. 1986; Japan)
- Fully Responsive System
- Functional Rating Scale
- Functional Requirements Specification
- Functional Requirements Summary
- Fund Raising System (software)
- Fundamental Reference System (ITU-T)
- WordPerfect Graphics Driver (file name extension)
- Forward Repair System - Heavy
Samples in periodicals archive:
Silymarin also works as a free radical scavenger to support the body's antioxidant defense system.
The brain is highly susceptible to free radical damage due to its high use of oxygen and relatively low concentration of antioxidant enzymes and free radical scavengers.
Origanox derives its antioxidative capacity from hydroxycinnamic acid compounds, such as rosmarinic acid, which is known to be a very effective and fierce free radical scavenger.
l-cysteine is a detoxifying agent and free radical scavenger that's the mirror image of the amino acid cysteine.
6,046,188, is titled: "Synthetic Catalytic Free Radical Scavengers Useful as Antioxidants for Prevention and Therapy of Disease.
Over 130 products have been investigated for neuroprotective effects including those from the categories of free radical scavengers, anti-excitotoxic agents, apoptosis (programmed cell death) inhibitors, anti-inflammatory agents, neurotrophic factors, metal ion chelators, ion channel modulators and gene therapy.
Thus, although ascorbate functions as an free radical scavenger in the Cr(III) plus [H.