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oxidative capacity

Impaired Phagocyte Oxidative Capacity in Human Immunodeficiency Virus—Infected Children

PM10 mass concentration and oxidative capacity of moxa smoke

Oxidative stress, antioxidant capacity and ethylene production during ageing of cut carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) petals

Single-breath vital capacity high concentration sevoflurane induction in children: with or without nitrous oxide?

Decreased mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation capacity in the human heart with left ventricular systolic dysfunction

Evidence of Preserved Oxidative Capacity and Oxygen Delivery in the Plantar Flexor Muscles With Age

Evidence That the Capacity of Nongenotoxic Carcinogens to Induce Oxidative Stress Is Subject to Marked Variability

Effects of a nitric oxide synthesis inhibitor on renal sodium handling and diluting capacity in humans.

162 PGC-1alpha correlates with cardiac and skeletal muscle oxidative capacity in heart failure


Metabolic and Phenotypic Characterization of Human Skin Fibroblasts After Forcing Oxidative Capacity

168 Supplementation of Organic and Inorganic Selenium on Oxidative Stress of Weaned Pigs. 2. Antioxidant Capacity.

Infarct-remodelled hearts with limited oxidative capacity boost fatty acid oxidation after conditioning against ischaemia/reperfusion injury

Influence of Chloroplastic Photo-Oxidative Stress on Mitochondrial Alternative Oxidase Capacity and Respiratory Properties: A Case Study with Arabidopsis yellow variegated 2

Anti-oxidative and cholesterol efflux capacities of high-density lipoprotein are reduced in ischaemic cardiomyopathy

The reactive oxygen species—total antioxidant capacity score is a new measure of oxidative stress to predict male infertility*

No Decline in Skeletal Muscle Oxidative Capacity With Aging in Long-Term Calorically Restricted Rats: Effects Are Independent of Mitochondrial DNA Integrity

Relation Between Maximum Replicative Capacity and Oxidative Stress-Induced Responses in Human Skin Fibroblasts In Vitro


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A measure of a muscle's maximal capacity to use oxygen in microlitres of oxygen consumed per gram of muscle per hour. Factors which affect the oxidative capacity of muscles include the activity of oxidative enzymes (e.g. succinic dehydrogenase). fibre-type composition (see muscle fibres) and availability of oxygen.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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