Other flavonoids like qurecetin and silibin, also inhibit xanthine oxidase activity, thereby resulting in decreased oxidative injury (23-25).
What does XOA stand for?
XOA stands for Xanthine Oxidase Activity
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Urinary excretion of purine derivatives and tissue xanthine oxidase activity in buffaloes, with special reference to differences between buffaloes and Bos Taurus.
Determination of xanthine oxidase activity The activity of the xanthine oxidase was determined spec-trophotometrically by measuring the formation of uric acid at 292 nm using an absorption coefficient of 9600 [M.
Xanthine oxidase activity increased dramatically after infection in both influenza-infected mouse lung cells and infected mouse serum.
Xanthine Oxidase activity was assayed by the method of Athar et al.
] release and PKC translocation in PMA-stimulated neutrophils as well as xanthine oxidase activity in order to identify the molecular structures responsible for the antioxidant property of silybin.
First, xanthine oxidase activity was evaluated by the spectrophotometric measurement of the production of uric acid from xanthine (Robak and Griglewiski, 1988).
The studies with the extract were carried out to follow both the superoxide scavenging ability and also inhibition of xanthine oxidase activity.