Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

The Peroxidation of Leukocytes Index Ratio Reveals the Prooxidant Effect of Green Tea Extract

Table 1

Effect of GTE consumption on plasma antioxidant markers and PLIR.

T0T0.5T3

UA µM334.1 ± 7.4324.9 ± 3.9324.3 ± 3.7
FRAP µM1061.5 ± 38.451061.48 ± 52.851083.33 ± 46.78
FRAP-UA µM393.23 ± 41.63411,57 ± 53.38434.59 ± 41,75
PLIR L2.09 ± 0.172.09 ± 0.172.37 ± 0.19
PLIR M1.88 ± 0.131.86 ± 0.122.19 ± 0.15
PLIR G1.80 ± 0.121.90 ± 0.142.17 ± 0.15

Plasma antioxidant markers in samples collected from 10 healthy subjects before (T0), 0.5 (T0.5), and 3 hours (T3) after the consumption of a single dose of two capsules of a green tea extract (GTE) supplement (200 mg × 2). UA: uric acid, FRAP: ferric reducing antioxidant potential, FRAP-UA: uric acid-independent FRAP, PLIR: peroxidation of leukocytes index ratio, L: lymphocytes, M: monocytes, and G: granulocytes. RM ANOVA, with time as within-subjects factor, followed by Student-Newman-Keuls post hoc analysis: T3 versus T0: .

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