Special Issue "Dietary Antioxidants: Their Complex Interplay with Nutrients and Pharmaceuticals"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2021.
Interests: vitamins; inflammation; metabolites; immune cells; macrophages; molecular biology; nutrition; atherosclerosis; fatty liver
Interests: oxidative stress; adaptive stress response; vitamins; nutrition; inflammation; natural products; antioxidants
Antioxidants are ubiquitous in human nutrition and have the potential to act as nutraceuticals in the prevention or therapy of many chronic diseases driven by oxidative stress. Several micronutrients, namely vitamins and phytochemicals, express antioxidative capacities by regulating redox homeostasis and redox signalling. It is known that for specific populations the dietary intake of antioxidative vitamins, such as vitamins E, D and C, is insufficient. To compensate the dietary deficiencies supplementation with multivitamin complexes or phytochemicals is widely used, regardless of the lack of knowledge on the potential synergistic or antagonistic effects of dietary antioxidants with nutrients and pharmaceuticals. There are central questions of interest which have not been answered so far: In which cell compartment do the dietary antioxidants actually release their potential and affect oxidative processes? How are exogenous antioxidants transported to their place of action? Do they interfere with endogenous antioxidative systems? Which factors, i.e., nutrients and drugs, do interfere with the uptake, bioavailability, accumulation, circulation and excretion of dietary antioxidants in the human body?
To address these questions, the Special Issue "Dietary Antioxidants: their complex interplay with nutrients and pharmaceuticals" aims to collect reports and reviews investigating the underlying molecular mechanisms of the bioavailability of dietary antioxidants, as well as antioxidant-nutrient interactions, antioxidant-drug interactions, and interferences of antioxidants with human metabolism. Furthermore, studies focusing on the development of new experimental approaches, analytical methods and targeted delivery systems of dietary antioxidants will be welcome.
Dr. Maria Wallert
Prof. Dr. Marc Birringer
Prof. Dr. Stefan Lorkowski
Manuscript Submission Information
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- antioxidant-nutrient interactions
- antioxidant-drug interactions
- interferences of antioxidants with metabolism