The interaction of hypochlorite with fatty acid hydroperoxides results in the generation of free radicalsстатья

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[1] The interaction of hypochlorite with fatty acid hydroperoxides results in the generation of free radicals / A. V. Chekanov, O. M. Panasenko, A. N. Osipov et al. // Biophysics. — 2005. — Vol. 50, no. 1. — P. 13–19. The interaction of hypochlorite with linoleic acid hydroperoxides was studied by the coumarin C-525-enhanced chemiluminescence and ESR spin trapping techniques. Linoleic acid hydroperoxide was obtained in the reaction of lipoxygenase and linoleic acid. Alpha-(4-pyridyl-1-oxyl)-N-tert Butylnitron was used as a spin trap. It was shown that the addition of hypochlorite to the incubation media containing linoleic acid and lipoxygenase resulted in an intensive chemiluminescence flash. The intensity of this flash correlated with the hydroperoxide concentration. The analysis of ESR spectra of spin adducts produced in the reaction of hypochlorite with linoleic acid hydroperoxide showed the presence of O-centered, most likely peroxyl, radical with the splitting constants alphabetaH = 0.260 mT aN = 1.662 mT and C-centered penthyl radical with the splitting constants alphabetaH = 0.260 mT; aN = 1.662 mT. These data suggest that hypochlorite produced by phagocytes in vivo can induce the generation of free O- and C-centered radicals, promoters of free radical processes.

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