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Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?

Öz:
Birçok kronik hastalığın patogenezinde serbest oksijen radikallerinin önemli rol oynadığı bilinmektedir. Antioksidanlar reaktif oksijen türevlerinin olası süpürücüleri olarak bilinir, bu nedenle biyolojik membranları oksidatif hasara karşı koruyabilirler. Serbest oksijen radikallerine karşı koruyucu etkileri nedeniyle fitokimyasallara ilgi giderek artmaktadır. Karetonoid ailesinde yer alan likopen tüm karotenoidler içerisinde in vitro şartlarda en etkili tekli oksijen süpürücüsüdür. Likopen içeren gıdalar ve likopen desteklerinin kanser, astım ve kardiyovasküler hastalıklar gibi kronik hastalıklara karşı koruyucu etkilerinin bulunduğu rapor edilmiştir. Bu makalede likopenin antioksidan özellikleri ve sağlığa yararlı etkilerine ilişkin bir özet verilmesi amaçlanmıştır.
Anahtar Kelime:

Konular: Biyokimya ve Moleküler Biyoloji

Lycopene: Is it Beneficial to Human Health as an Antioxidant?

Öz:
It is well known that free oxygen radicals play an important role in the pathogenesis of several chronic disorders. Antioxidants are known as potential scavengers of reactive oxygen species that can protect biologic membranes against oxidative damage. Recent interest in phytochemicals has increased because of their protective effects against free oxygen radicals. Lycopene, which belongs to the carotenoid family, is the most effective singlet oxygen scavenger in vitro of all the carotenoids. Foods that contain lycopene and related supplements have been reported to prevent chronic diseases including cancer, asthma, and cardiovascular disorders. The aim of the article was to give a brief review of the antioxidant properties and beneficial health effects of lycopene.
Anahtar Kelime:

Konular: Biyokimya ve Moleküler Biyoloji
Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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ISNAD Bacanlı, Merve vd. "Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?". (2017), 311-318.
APA Bacanlı M, BAŞARAN A, BAŞARAN A (2017). Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?. Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 14(3), 311 - 318.
Chicago Bacanlı Merve,BAŞARAN Ayşe Nurşen,BAŞARAN A. Ahmet Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?. Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 14, no.3 (2017): 311 - 318.
MLA Bacanlı Merve,BAŞARAN Ayşe Nurşen,BAŞARAN A. Ahmet Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?. Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.14, no.3, 2017, ss.311 - 318.
AMA Bacanlı M,BAŞARAN A,BAŞARAN A Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?. Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2017; 14(3): 311 - 318.
Vancouver Bacanlı M,BAŞARAN A,BAŞARAN A Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?. Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2017; 14(3): 311 - 318.
IEEE Bacanlı M,BAŞARAN A,BAŞARAN A "Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?." Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 14, ss.311 - 318, 2017.
ISNAD Bacanlı, Merve vd. "Likopen: Antioksidan Olarak İnsan Sağlığına Faydalı mı?". Turkish Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 14/3 (2017), 311-318.