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Malondialdehyde as a Prognostic Factor in Alcoholic Hepatitis

Cardiac troponin T and malondialdehyde modified plasma lipids in haemodialysis patients

Increased oxidative stress in Alzheimer's disease as assessed with 4‐hydroxynonenal but not malondialdehyde

Free and total plasma malondialdehyde in chronic renal insufficiency and in dialysis patients

Increased plasma malondialdehyde levels in glomerular disease as determined by a fully validated HPLC method.

Risk of overestimation of free malondialdehyde in perfused rat hearts due to homogenization artifacts

Effect of vitamin E supplementation on antibody levels against malondialdehyde modified LDL in hyperlipidemic hamsters

Tissue levels of malondialdehyde after passive smoke exposure of rats for a 24-week period

Cyclooxygenase-2, malondialdehyde and pyrimidopurinone adducts of deoxyguanosine in human colon cells

Immunohistochemical detection of malondialdehyde–DNA adducts in human oral mucosa cells

Induction of cell cycle arrest by the endogenous product of lipid peroxidation, malondialdehyde.

Determination of malondialdehyde-induced DNA damage in human tissues using an immunoslot blot assay.

Malondialdehyde, a Lipoperoxidation-Derived Aldehyde, Can Bring About Secondary Oxidative Damage To Proteins

Increased levels of autoantibodies against copper‐oxidized low density lipoprotein, malondialdehyde‐modified low density lipoprotein and cardiolipin in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Malondialdehyde–deoxyguanosine and bulky DNA adducts in schoolchildren resident in the proximity of the Sarroch industrial estate on Sardinia Island, Italy

Dietary and lifestyle determinants of malondialdehyde DNA adducts in a representative sample of the Florence City population

 

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A highly reactive aldehyde produced as a result of lipid oxidation, used as a measure of lipid oxidative rancidity.

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