Special Issue "The Antioxidant Capacities of Natural Products"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018) | Viewed by 73979
Interests: natural products; phytochemical analysis; nutrients and bioactive compounds; healthy food; supplements and nutraceuticals; bioaccessibility and bioavailability; antioxidant; bioactivity
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Antioxidant abilities are one of the main pursued bioactive mechanisms, due to their role in the prevention of oxidative-stress events and their related diseases, such as inflammation, cardiovascular diseases, aging related disorders, cancer, among others. This perception, along with general consumers’ acceptance of natural products, make antioxidants from natural origin very attractive to be used as health-promoting agents in a variety of products, including functional foods, supplements, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
Contributions for this Special Issue, both in form of original research and review articles, may cover all aspects of antioxidants from natural products, including their extraction by conventional and non-conventional methods; purification and structural characterization of new compounds; in vitro and in vivo biological activities of extracts, isolated compounds or new formulated products; structure-bioactive relations; interaction with other substances in the formulated matrices; bioavailability and innovative delivery systems for antioxidants; safety and stability of new formulated products.
Dr. Susana M. Cardoso
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- natural products
- bioactive effects
- structure-bioactivity relations
- new functional products
- delivery systems