How Exercise, Vitamin E, and Selenium affect Free Radical Scavengers

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They are usually unable to harm a horse’s body unless they exceed the number of antioxidants in the body (www.horsefeeds.co.uk). Antioxidants are also known as free radical scavengers as they defend the body against free radicals by preventing a substance or tissue from being oxidized (Lewis, 381)...
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Some common antioxidants in the body include Vitamin E and superoxide dismutase. The result of free radicals exceeding antioxidants is oxidative stress which can cause lipid peroxidation, protein damage, and nucleic acid damage (Avellini, Gaiti, Chlaradia, 1). II. Materials and Methods In this experiment eleven three year old Maremmana stallions from several different horse farms were tested...
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