Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Review Article

Vitamin A and Retinoids as Mitochondrial Toxicants

Table 1

Summary of the in vivo effects of subacute vitamin A supplementation on mitochondrial membranes parameters.

SampleLipid peroxidationProtein carbonylationProtein nitrationProtein thiol contentReference

Cerebral cortexNot measured[65]
CerebellumNot measured[65]
Substantia nigraNot measuredNot measuredNot measured[67]
StriatumNot measuredNot measuredNot measured[67]
HypothalamusNot measuredNot measuredNot measured[68]
Frontal cortexUnaltered[69, 70]
HippocampusUnaltered[70, 71]
LiverNot measuredUnaltered[72, 73]
HeartNot measuredNot measuredNot measured[74]

Adult male rats were treated with vitamin A supplementation (1,000–9,000 IU/kg/day) subacutely (see text for details).

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