Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2021 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Glycyrrhizic Acid Scavenges Reactive Carbonyl Species and Attenuates Glycation-Induced Multiple Protein Modification: An In Vitro and In Silico Study

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(a) Fluorescence emission spectra of native BSA, Gly-BSA, and GA-treated Gly-BSA samples. All the samples were excited at 370 nm, and the emission spectra were recorded between 360 and 600 nm on Agilent Cary Eclipse spectrofluorimeter at °C. The data represented the of three independent experiments. (b) Fluorescence emission spectra of native BSA, Gly-BSA, and AG-treated Gly-BSA samples. All the samples were excited at 370 nm, and the emission spectra were recorded between 360 and 600 nm on Agilent Cary Eclipse spectrofluorimeter at °C. The data represented the of three independent experiments.
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