Advanced Bioactive Compounds Countering the Effects of Radiological, Chemical and Biological Agents

Strategies to Counter Biological Damage

ISBN: 978-94-007-6512-2 (Print) 978-94-007-6513-9 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

  2. Tissue Damage due to Radiological Agents

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-9

      Targeting NF-κB to Prevent Radiation-Induced Carcinogenesis

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      Pages 11-28

      Antioxidants as a Bio-shield Against Radiological Weapons

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      Pages 29-41

      Sensing Mechanisms of the Low-Power Infrared Radiation

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      Pages 43-54

      Correction of the Cancer Therapy-Induced Anemia by the Grape Polyphenol Concentrate Enoant

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      Pages 55-69

      Radioprotective Properties of Selenomethionine with Methionine, Extracts from Basidium Fungi and Exogenous DNA

  3. Preventing the Harmful Health Effects of Biological Agents

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      Pages 71-71

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      Pages 73-81

      Homocysteine, Neurotoxicity and Hyperexcitability

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      Pages 83-99

      Oxidation of Selected Lipids in Low Density Lipoprotein: Effects on Calcium Transients in Isolated Rabbit Cardiomyocytes

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      Pages 101-112

      Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles Counteract the Oxidative Stress in Cardiac Progenitor Cells

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      Pages 113-118

      Clinical Trial Complexity Measure – Balancing Constraints to Achieve Quality

  4. Bioactive Compounds from Natural Sources for Prophylaxis and Treatment of the Effects of Radiological, Chemical and Biological Agents

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 119-119

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      Pages 121-131

      Systemic Approach in Determining the Role of Bioactive Compounds

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      Pages 133-143

      Ecological Potential of Plants

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      Pages 145-162

      The Protective Effects of Natural Polyphenolic Complexes of Grape Wine on Organisms Exposed to Oxidative and Nitrosative Stress Under Diabetes Mellitus

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      Pages 163-175

      Mitochondrial BKCa Channel as a Target for Cardioprotection

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      Pages 177-184

      Protection of Subjects Participating in Clinical Trials

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      Pages 185-189

      Adaptive and Mal-Adaptive Signaling in Cells of the Cardiovascular System: Effect of Obesity-Associated Peptides on Human Blood Platelet Activation

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      Pages 191-200

      Spontaneous and Induced Mutagenesis: The Necessity and Possibilities of Its Prevention with the Grape Polyphenolic Concentrate Enoant

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      Pages 201-218

      Searching for New Antimicrobial Targets: Na+ Cycle in Energetics of Bacterial Pathogens

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      Pages 219-225

      Natural Antimutagens for Environmental Quality Management and Transition to Ecological Civilization

  5. Biotechnological and Therapeutical Aspects of Defense Against Radiological, Chemical and Biological Agents

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      Pages 227-227

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      Pages 229-240

      Grape Polyphenols Attenuate Psychological Stress

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      Pages 241-246

      Grape Cane as a Source of Trans-Resveratrol and Trans-Viniferin in the Technology of Biologically Active Compounds and Its Possible Applications

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