Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from Sistan and Baluchestan University succeeded in measuring ascorbic acid as an anti-oxidant existing in natural and medical samples through electrochemical method and modification of carbon paste electrode by using carbon nanotubes.
What does C stand for?
C stands for Ascorbic Acid (vitamin)
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Scientific evidence attributes a major role to ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in the development of life on the planet Earth.
Ichim and colleagues present a strong case for using intravenous ascorbic acid to improve life quality in people with end-stage cancer.
Universita Degli Studi Di Milano, Bicocca (Milan, Italy) has patented a method of generating ascorbic acid from yeast.
Under normal physiological conditions, ascorbic acid instantly scavenges ozone, generating innocuous by-products.
The study split the test subjects into two group one to receive either 2 L PEG + Ascorbic Acid the other the standard 4 L PEG + E.
In this study we tested the hypothesis that a combination of Polygonum cuspidatum (containing resveratrol) with ascorbic acid/ascorbate and flavonoids works better as an antioxidant than the equivalent amount of either ascorbic acid or resveratrol alone, or their theoretical combination.
This scenario implies that iron depletion or oxidation leads to the loss of hydroxylase enzymatic activity and, again, points to ascorbic acid as a crucial player.