Biochemistry Research Summaries (with Biographical Sketches). Volume 1


James T. Walker (Editor)
Catherine M. Jones (Editor)

Series: Biochemistry Research Trends
BISAC: MED008000

This new book provides research summaries from a number of different focuses in this important field, as well as compiles biographical sketches of top professionals in the field of biochemistry research. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)


Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Part I – Researcher Biographical Sketches

Chapter 1. Khaled M. Abass

Chapter 2. Devendra K. Agrawal

Chapter 3. Aleksandra Arsic

Chapter 4. Antonietta Baiano

Chapter 5. Wei-Hsiang Chen

Chapter 6. Claudia Cocca

Chapter 7. Gamal Esmat

Chapter 8. Pablo Andres Evelson

Chapter 9. Jian-Li Gao

Chapter 10. Bojan Ž. Janković

Chapter 11. Ramaz Katsarava

Chapter 12. Gisela Kristoff

Chapter 13. Elmar W. Kuhn, MD

Chapter 14. Ivana Loncarevic

Part II – Research Summaries

Chapter 15. Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Renewable Resources. Research and Development
Gennady E. Zaikov, Frank Pudel and Grzegorz Spychalski

Chapter 16. Resveratrol from Vine to Wine
Marielle Adrian, Mirko De Rosso, Luigi Bavaresco, Benoît Poinssot and Marie-Claire Héloir

Chapter 17. Production of Grapevine Cell Biomass (Vitis Vinifera L. Gamay) and Resveratrol in Custom and Commercial Bioreactors Using Cyclodextrins and Methyl-Jasmonate Elicitors
Juan Carlos Vera-Urbina, Susana Sellés-Marchart, María José Martínez-Esteso, María Angeles Pedreño and Roque Bru-Martinez

Chapter 18. Development of Voltammetric Techniques and Sensors for the Determination of Resveratrol
Adrian Marcelo Granero, Fernando Javier Arévalo, Héctor Fernández and María Alicia Zon

Chapter 19. Adsorption Properties of Synthetic Determinations of Resveratrol
Konstantin E. Polunin and Irina A. Polunina

Chapter 20. A Fast and High-Throughput MEPS/UHPLC-PDA-based Methodology for Separation and Identification of Resveratrol in Wine
João Gonçalves and José S. Câmara

Chapter 21. Antioxidant Properties of Resveratrol and Health Protection in Pathophysiological States
Ramón Rodrigo, David Gil-Becerra and Andrés Miranda-Merchak

Chapter 22. Resveratrol and Oxidative Stress of Ageing
Qingzhao Ruan and Runsheng Ruan

Chapter 23. Antioxidant Properties of Resveratrol and its Promising Effects in Cardiovascular Disease
Dominique Bonnefont-Rousselot

Chapter 24. Molecular Mechanisms on How Resveratrol Enhances Endothelial NO Production
Huige Li and Ulrich Förstermann

Chapter 25. Basis for Resveratrol’s Potential for Prevention and Treatment of Obesity and Osteoporosis
Clifton A. Baile, Mary Anne Della-Fera and Srujana Rayalam

Chapter 26. Resveratrol and Energy Metabolism
Marc Pignitter and Veronika Somoza

Chapter 27. Resveratrol: A Potent Agent against Inflammatory and Oxidative Stress-Related Diseases
Carmen Pinto, Beatriz Rodríguez-Galdón and Pedro Macías

Chapter 28. Evidence to Support Testing of Resveratrol for Efficacy in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Paul J. Davis, Ole Vang, Ran Meng, Dana Crawford, Jenn-Haung Lai, Feng-Cheng Liu, Heng-Yuan Tang and Hung-Yun Lin

Chapter 29. Effects of microRNAs in the Biological Response of Resveratrol
Malek Kechrid and Partha Mukhopadhyay

Chapter 30. Can We Prevent Cancer? The Role of Resveratrol in Chemoprevention
Eduardo Cremonese Filippi-Chiela, Guido Lenz and Lauren Lúcia Zamin

Chapter 31. Therapeutic Potential of Resveratrol Against Cancers: Focus on Cell Proliferation and Cell Death Pathways
Dominique Delmas, Virginie Aires, Emeric Limagne, Gérard Lizard, Aziz Hichami, François Ghiringhelli and Norbert Latruffe

Chapter 32. Role of DNA Damage in the Antitumoral Activity of Resveratrol
Emiliano Basso, Stefano Leone and Renata Cozzi

Chapter 33. Resveratrol and Neuroprotection
Carmem Gottfried, André Quincozes-Santos, Kader Basli and Tristan Richard

Chapter 34. Resveratrol and Neurodegenerative Diseases
Altaf S. Darvesh and Anupam Bishayee

Chapter 35. Sources and Food Matrix on the Bioavailability of Resveratrol
Maria Rotches-Ribalta, Mireia Urpi-Sarda, Sara Tulipani, Pilar Trespalacios, Olha Khymenets, Montse Rabassa-Bonet, Maria Boto-Ordóñez, Rosa Vazquez-Fresno, Mar Garcia-Aloy, Rafael Llorach and Cristina Andres-Lacueva

Chapter 36. Pharmacological Activities, Pharmacokinetics and Delivery Approaches
Surajit Das and Anumita Chaudhury

Chapter 37. Resveratrol and Cyclodextrins: Recent Advances in Encapsulation
C. Lucas-Abellán, M. I. Fortea, M. T. Mercader-Ros, A. Martínez-Cachá, J. A. Gabaldón and E. Núñez-Delicado

Chapter 38. Clinical Development of Resveratrol
Ketan R. Patel, William P. Steward, Andreas J. Gescher and Karen Brown

Chapter 39. Resveratrol Derivatives and Health Benefits
Simone Fulda

Chapter 40. Molecular Complexation of Glycine by 18-Crown-6 in Aqueous – Organic Solvents: A Solvation -Thermodynamic Study
T. R. Usacheva, V. A. Sharnin and E. Matteoli

Chapter 41. One-Pot Electrosynthesis of Polypeptides on Surfaces in Concentrated Amino Acid Based Electrolytes: Study of Concentrated Glycine Based Electrolytes and Application to Solid pH Sensor
Guillaume Herlem, Hatem Boulhadour, Alexandros Antoniou, Freddy Torrealba Anzola and Tijani Gharbi

Chapter 42. Heterologous Expression of the Glycine Receptor Chloride Channel
Qiang Shan and Lu Han

Chapter 43. Glycine: Theory of the Interaction with Fast Ion Radiation
John R. Sabin, Jens Oddershede and Stephan P. A. Sauer

Chapter 44. Electrochemistry of Aliphatic Bifunctional Molecules: From Polymeric Thin Film Coating to Sensors and Biosensor Applications
Guillaume Herlem, Hatem Boulhadour, Alexandros Antoniou, Freddy Torrealba Anzola and Tijani Gharbi

Chapter 45. Clinical Uses of Glycine
Michael D. Davis, Brian K. Walsh and John F. Hunt

Chapter 46. Dihydropyrimidinone Derivatives: Redox Reactivity, Pharmacological Relevance and Medicinal Applications
Marta Pineiro, Bruno F. O. Nascimento and António M. d’A. Rocha Gonsalves

Chapter 47. Biological Implications of Benzoquinones
Jisook Kim

Chapter 48. Quinone Monoacetal Compounds in Application to Controlled Reactions with Nucleophiles
Toshifumi Dohi and Yasuyuki Kita

Chapter 49. Catecholquinones as Substrates of the NRH: Quinone Oxidoreductase 2 in the Brain and Retina
Lucia de Fatima Sobral Sampaio

Chapter 50. Plasma Membrane CoQ, Porin, and Redox Control of Autism
Brian F. Teske, I. L. Sun, Anna Gvozdjakova, Hans Low and Frederick L. Crane

Chapter 51. Evolutionary Aspects of Oleic Acid Biosynthesis and Incorporation from Unicellular to Multicellular Organisms
Cínthia C. Bonatto and Luciano P. Silva

Chapter 52. Oleic Acid: Natural Variation and Potential Enhancement in Oilseed Crops
Noelle A. Barkley and Ming Li Wang

Chapter 53. Volume and Adsorption Properties of Oleic Acid Solutions
Viсtor V. Korolev, Anna G. Ramazanova, Olga V. Balmasova, Evgenii V. Ivanov and Valentina I. Yashkova

Chapter 54. Microbial Transformations of Oleic Acid
Fabiano J. Contesini, José V. Madeira Jr, Danielle B. Lopes, Paula Speranza, Elaine B. Ceresino, Camilo B. Teixeira and Gabriela A. Macedo

Chapter 55. Oleic Acid: Conversion of Free Fatty Acids into Biodiesel Over Heterogeneous Catalysts
Catarina S. Caetano and José E. Castanheiro

Chapter 56. Sources of Oleic Acid and Their Technological and Health Implications
Rouxléne van der Merwe and Arno Hugo

Chapter 57. Oleic Acid in Milk of Different Mammalian Species
Paolo Polidori and Silvia Vincenzetti

Chapter 58. Oleic Acid and Blood Brain Barrier
Hyung Soo Han

Chapter 59. Food Supplementation with Vegetable Oils Rich in Oleic Acid: Health-Promoting Effects and Application Viability
Fabiano J. Contesini, Elaine B. Ceresino, Ruann J. S. Castro, Francisco F. C. Barros, Evelyn Sassaki and Hélia H. Sato

Chapter 60. Applications of Oleic Acid on Nanotechnology Concerning Enzyme Immobilization Techiniques
Eduardo F. Barbosa and José L. Cardozo Filho

Chapter 61. Oleic Acid and Cancer: From Therapeutic to Co-Adjuvant Agents in Anticancer Approaches
Graziella A. Joanitti

Chapter 62. Biological Activities of Kaempferol: Effect of Cyclodextrins Complexation on the Properties of Kaempferol
M. T. Mercader-Ros, C. Lucas-Abellán, M. I. Fortea, A. Serrano-Martínez, J. A. Gabaldón and E. Núñez-Delicado

Chapter 63. Kaempferol and Kaempferitrin: Nutraceutical Compounds Contribute to Glucose Homeostasis by Acting at Multiple Biological Sites
Fátima Regina Mena Barreto Silva, Leila Zanatta, Marisa Jádna Silva Frederico, Moacir Geraldo Pizzolatti and Angela Machado De Campos

Chapter 64. Distribution of Kaempferol Glycosides and their Function in Plants
Tsukasa Iwashina and Yoshinori Murai

Chapter 65. Analytical Approaches for Kaempferol Determination
Ondrej Biba, Miroslav Strnad and Jiri Gruz

Chapter 66. Chemoprotective Effects of Kaempferol in Colorectal Tumorigenesis
Gerd Bobe, Matthew Young, Elaine Lanza, Amanda J. Cross and Nancy H. Colburn

Chapter 67. Multipotent Flavonoid Kaempferol: Molecular Targets and Mechanism of Action and Nanotechnology Applications in Cancer and Human Health
Allen Y. Chen and Yi Charlie Chen

Chapter 68. Metal Complexes of Kaempferol and their Speciation in Human Plasma
Andrija Ciric, Ivan Jakovljevic, Milica Cvijovic, Milena Jelikic-Stankov and Predrag Djurdjevic

Chapter 69. The Action of Kaempferol on Oral Cavity Cancer and Airway Secretion
Kyung-Su Kim

Chapter 70. Kaempferol Regulates Intestinal Tight Junction Permeability
Takuya Suzuki

Chapter 71. Identification of Kaempferol in Historical Textiles: A Case Study on Textiles of Byzantine Origin
Dimitrios Mantzouris and Ioannis Karapanagiotis

Chapter 72. Gallic Acid as a Source to Use for Increasing Functional Properties of Food Products
Irene Dini

Chapter 73. Gallic Acid Implications in Health: Multi-Therapeutic and Protective Agent
Antonio Francesko, Margarida M. Fernandes and Tzanko Tzanov

Chapter 74. Gallic Acid: Thermal and Antioxidant Properties
A. M. T. M. Cordeiro, S. S. Damasceno, J. G. M. Costa, R. Rosenhaim, L. E. B. Soledade, A. G. Souza and N. A. Santos

Chapter 75. Gallic Acid: Applications, Analysis and Electrochemical Characterisation
E. Skeva and S. Girousi

Chapter 76. The Anti-Oxidative and Anti-Inflammatory Roles of Gallic Acid on Transcriptional Regulation
Nando Dulal Das, Amitabh Das and Young Gyu Chai

Chapter 77. Gallic Acid Extraction and Its Application to Prevention and Treatment of Cancer
Mayela Govea-Salas, Marily González-Castillo, Cristóbal N. Aguilar, Raúl Rodríguez-Herrera, Alejandro Zugasti-Cruz, Sonia Y. Silva-Belmares and Jesús A. Morlett-Chávez

Chapter 78. Gallic Acid: Occurrence in Plant Foods and Effects of Agricultural Practices, Vegetative Stage and Processing
Antonietta Baiano

Chapter 79. Gallic Acid: Occurrences, Antioxidant Activity and Health Implications
Miriam Rejane Bonilla Lemos and Rui Carlos Zambiazi

Chapter 80. Antioxidant, Antitumoral and Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Gallic Acid
Claudriana Locatelli, Fabíola Branco Filippin-Monteiro, Ariana Centa and Tânia Beatriz Creczinsky-Pasa

Chapter 81. Biotechnological Production of Gallic Acid
P. Aguilar-Zárate, M. L. Chávez-González, R. Rodríguez-Herrera and C. N. Aguilar

Chapter 82. Gallic Acid as a Useful Indicator of the Antioxidant Capacity of Liquid Foods?
F. J. Barba, M. J. Esteve and A. Frigola

Chapter 83. Antioxidant and Cancer Protective Effects of Gallic Acid In Vitro and In Vivo
Franziska Ferk, Armen Nersesyan, Miroslav Mišík, Karl-Heinz Wagner and Siegfried Knasmüller

Chapter 84. Application of Spectroscopic Techniques for the Study of Gallic Acid Autoxidation
Goran M. Nikolić, Aleksandar M. Veselinović and Ružica S. Nikolić

Chapter 85. Gallic Acid Bioavailability in Humans
Andriana C. Kaliora, Panagiotis T. Kanellos and Nick Kalogeropoulos

Chapter 86. Gallic Acid and Its Derivatives: Occurrence and Identification in High Altitude Edible and Medicinal Plants
J. Mauricio Peñarrieta, Patricia Mollinedo, Enzo Aliaga-Rossel, José L. Vila and José A. Bravo

Chapter 87. An Overview of the Techniques Used to Estimate the Antioxidant Activity of Gallic Acid
Hongyan Li and Ze-Yuan Deng

Chapter 88. Microbial Transformation of Lactose: Potential of -Galactosidases for Probiotic and Prebiotic Purposes
Gabriela Zárate, Gabriel Saez and Adriana Pérez Chaia

Chapter 89. Milk, Lactose, Lactase: The Medical Adventure
Andrew Szilagyi

Chapter 90. Whey Lactose Fermentation by Kefir Immobilized on Agro-industrial Wastes
Magdalini Soupioni

Chapter 91. Crystalline and Amorphous Lactoses: Tableting Properties and Their Application for the Production of Pharmaceutical Compacts
John Rojas, Santiago Hernandez and Alejandro Giraldo

Chapter 92. Lactose and its Influence in Diffusion of Divalent Metal Chlorides
Ana C. F. Ribeiro, Luis M. P. Verissimo, Victor M. M. Lobo and Miguel A. Esteso

Chapter 93. Ligninolytic Peroxidases: Unique Properties and Biotechnological Potential
N. Pozdnyakova, K. Wlizlo, K. Szalapata, A. Jarosz-Wilkolazka and O. Turkovskaya

Chapter 94. Plant Peroxidases: Functions and Regulation during Pathogenesis
A. V. Sorokan and I. V. Maksimov

Chapter 95. Phospholipids and Peroxidases in Mitochondrial Apoptosis
Ekaterina A. Korobkova

Chapter 96. Glutathione Peroxidases in Stem, Cancer, and Cancer Stem Cells
Shanchun Guo, Lily Yang, Guangdi Wang and Alexzander A. A. Asea

Chapter 97. Biochemical Responses of Aquatic Macrophytes to Two Abiotic Stresses
Takashi Asaeda, Tanjeena Zaman and Md H. Rashid

Chapter 98. Plant Responses to Stresses: Role of Ascorbate Peroxidase in the Antioxidant Protection
I. M. Huseynova, D. R. Aliyeva and J. A. Aliyev

Chapter 99. Route, Dose and Duration of Exposure to Cadmium-Relevance to Oxidative Stress Induction
Vesna Matović, Danijela Đukić-Ćosić, Aleksandra Buha and Zorica Bula

Chapter 100. Hypoxia- and Angiogenesis-Related myo-Inositol Phosphates: Synthesis and Biological Evaluation
Alexandros E. Koumbis and Konstantina C. Fylaktakidou

Chapter 101. Inositol Derivatives in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis: Function, Biosynthesis and Therapeutic Implications
Xinyi Huang and Marcy Hernick

Chapter 102. Inositols and Epilepsy
R. Solomonia, E. Lepsveridze, T. Kiguradze and M. Nozadze

Chapter 103. The Contribution of Inositol Trisphosphate Signaling to Cardiac Pathologies
Elizabeth A. Woodcock

Chapter 104. The Role of Inositol 1,4,5-Triphosphate Receptor in Hepatorenal Syndrome
Dong-Lei Wang and Pei Liu

Chapter 105. Pathophysiologic Significance of Inositol Phosphates (IPs) in Alzheimer’s Disease
Krishnaswamy Kannan, Rakhee Agarwal and Nawab Ali

Chapter 106. Design and Synthesis of Biotinylated Inositol Phosphates: Application to the Inositol Phosphate-Protein Binding Analysis
Kensaku Anraku, Mikako Fujita, Takashi Morii, Yasuo Mori, Yoshinari Okamoto and Masami Otsuka

Chapter 107. Health Benefits of Inositol and Inositol Hexaphosphate
Tzi Bun Ng and Charlene Cheuk Wing Ng

Chapter 108. Cellular Functions of Inositol
Tzi Bun Ng and Charlene Cheuk Wing Ng

Chapter 109. Metabolic Aspects of Macronutrients
Mostafa I. Waly

Chapter 110. β-Glucans as Natural Biological Response Modifiers
Vaclav Vetvicka

Chapter 111. Biological Activity of Natural Products
Jaroslava Švarc-Gajić

Chapter 112. Fatty Acids: Types, Roles and Health Benefits
Narcisa Maria Bandarra, Irineu Batista and Maria Leonor Nunes

Chapter 113. Involvement of n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Brain Resistance to Ageing: Experimental Evidence and Underlying Mechanisms
I. Denis, B. Potier, S. Vancassel, C. Heberden and M. Lavialle

Chapter 114. Essential Fatty Acids and Disease States in Domestic Animals
Julia Schumann and Herbert Fuhrmann

Chapter 115. Effect of Fatty Acid Synthase on Fatty Acids Biogenesis in Metabolic Syndrome
Yang Liu, Fang Zhang, Deliang Chen, Wei Zhang, Liang Zhang and Wenjun Ding

Chapter 116. Developmental Regulation of Hydroxy Fatty Acid Synthesis in Lesquerella fendleri
Grace Q. Chen

Chapter 117. Beta-Cell, Lipotoxicity and Oxidative Stress
Roberto Lupi and Silvia Del Guerra

Chapter 118. Microbial Product Mediated in Situ Transformation of Vegetable Oils to Fatty Acid Vesicles
Arumugam Gnanamani, Varadharajan Kavitha and Ganesan Sekaran

Chapter 119. Plant-Derived Biofungicides: Overview and Perspectives
Eva Švecová and Paola Crinò

Chapter 120. Review of Their Activity and Pathogen Responses
Andrea Kunova and Paolo Cortesi

Chapter 121. Fungicides and Their Role in Disease Management
Agostino Santomauro and Franco Faretra

Chapter 122. Classification of Fungicides
Erlei Melo Reis and Marcelo Aníbal Carmona

Chapter 123. Effective Fungicides for Cereal Crops Protection against Toxicogenic Fungi Causing Fusarium Head Blight
L. D. Grishechkina and V. I. Dolzhenko

Chapter 124. Chemistry and Industrial Use of Acetic Acid
Job O. Mapesa and Symon M. Mahungu

Chapter 125. Acetic Acids: Indole-3-Acetic Acid (IAA), Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA), A-Naphthaleneacetic Acid (Α-ΝΑΑ) and 2,4 Dichlorophenoxy Acetic Acid (2,4-D): Chemical Properties, Production and Applications in Tissue Culture, on Rooting and on Biochemical Parameters
Virginia Sarropoulou, Kortessa Dimassi-Theriou and Ioannis Therios

Chapter 126. Structural and Vibrational Properties of Some Quinoline Acetic Acid Derivatives with Potential Biological Activities
E. Romano, J. L. Pergomet, J. Zinczuk and S. A. Brandán

Chapter 127. Use of Acetic Acid as an Acetylating Agent of Alcohols and Phenols Catalyzed by Recyclable Solid Acids
Luis R. Pizzio, Gustavo P. Romanelli and Mirta N. Blanco

Chapter 128. Hydrogen Production via Acetic Acid Steam Reforming Reaction Using Membrane Reactors
A. Iulianelli, S. Liguori, F. Dalena, and A. Basile

Chapter 129. Acetic Acid in Micropaleontology: Its Efficiency in Disaggregating Carbonate Rocks and Recovering Calcareous and Siliceous Microfossils
Marlone H. Hünnig Bom, Karlos Guilherme Diemer Kochhann, Gislaine Bertoglio Rodrigues and Gerson Fauth

Chapter 130. Acetic Acid in the Food Industry
Đurđica Ačkar, Drago Šubarić, Antun Jozinović and Jurislav Babić

Chapter 131. Coproduction of Vinegar and Electricity by Application of Microbial Fuel Cell Technology to Acetic Acid Fermentation
Takanori Tanino

Chapter 132. Origins, Prevention and Treatment of Cancer
Salvatore de Salvo and Mara Teresa de Salvo

Chapter 133. Nanotechnologies and Sunscreens: New Technologies, Importance and Risks
Ana Cristina Trindade Cursino and Ana Lucia Ramalho Mercê

Chapter 134. Interactions of Aluminum with Erythroid Cells
Daniela Vittori, Daiana Vota and Alcira Nesse

Chapter 135. Metal-Polysaccharide Complexes: An Important Tool in Pharmacological Applications
Ana Lucia Ramalho Mercê, Carmen Lúcia de Oliveira Petkowicz and Guilhermina Rodrigues Noleto

Chapter 136. Novel Trends in Cyclodextrins: A Review
Edgar Winter Júnior, Daiane do Rocio Borguezani and Ana Lucia Ramalho Mercê

Chapter 137. Aluminium, Adenosine-5′-Triphosphate, Phosphocreatine and Amino Acids: How They Can Be Related to Some Neurodegenerative Diseases
Thaís Tenório and Ana Lucia Ramalho Mercê

Chapter 138. Polyamines, Metal Ions and Neurodegenerative Diseases: Some Chemical and Biological Aspects
Natalie Waissmann Szyfman, Judith Felcman and Ana Lucia Ramalho Mercê

Chapter 139. Xenobiotics in the Environment
Thaís Tenório and Ana Lucia Ramalho Mercê

Chapter 140. The Role of Creatine in the Pathophysiology of Depression and the Possible Mechanisms Underlying its Antidepressant Effect
Mauricio P. Cunha, Francis L. Pazini, Ágatha Oliveira and Ana Lúcia S. Rodrigues

Chapter 141. Therapeutic Uses of Creatine: New Possibilities
Martina Antošová and Jana Plevkova

Chapter 142. Muscle Ergogenic Effects of Creatine Supplementation in Resistance Exercise Training
Roberto Carlos Burini and Edilson Serpeloni Cyrino

Chapter 143. Experimental Evidence that Creatine Supplementation during Pregnancy is Protective for the Neonate
David W. Walker, Hayley Dickinson, Stacey Ellery, Domenic LaRosa, Zoe Ireland, Syed Baharom, Richard Harding, and Rod Snow

Chapter 144. Creatine: Metabolism and Role in Sports Physiology
Ayed Ikram Bezrati-Ben, Fehmi Nasrallah, Raouf Hammami, Karim Chamari, Moncef Feki and Naziha Kaabachi

Chapter 145. Glycogen Storage Disease Type II: Expanding the Comprehension of Clinical and Genetic Spectrums of a Generalized Disease
Gauthier Remiche, Maurizio Moggio and Giacomo P. Comi

Chapter 146. Glycogen Metabolism during Chronic Liver Diseases
Natalia N. Bezborodkina, Anna Yu. Chestnova and Boris N. Kudryavtsev

Chapter 147. Muscle and Liver Glycogen in Helminth-Infected Fish
Galina I. Izvekova and Evgeny I. Izvekov

Chapter 148. Glycogen Metabolism Enzymes as Molecular Targets for Drug Development
Vassiliki T. Skamnaki, Anastassia L. Kantsadi, Demetra S. M. Chatzileontiadou, Georgios Stravodimos and Demetres D. Leonidas

Chapter 149. The Link between Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Rheumatoid Arthritis: Properties, Mechanisms and Therapeutic Efficacy
Gerard G. Dumancas, Rangika S. Hikkaduwa Koralege, Elmer-Rico E. Mojica, Befrika S. Murdianti, and Patrisha J. Pham-Bugayong

Chapter 150. Omega-3 Fatty Acids Target NF-κB to Modulate Breast and Prostate Cancer Progression
D. A. Cavazos, S. A. Apte, C. H. Chen and L. A. deGraffenried

Chapter 151. Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Diseases
Federico Guerra, Luca Piangerelli, Andrea Romandini, Simone Maffei and Alessandro Capucci

Chapter 152. Fish Oil in Colon Cancer Prevention: Can Biomarkers Tell us How Much is Enough?
Yan Jiang, Dean E. Brenner, William L. Smith and Zora Djuric

Chapter 153. Epidermal Barrier Function and Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation
Audrey Lajoinie, Patrick Gelas, Marek Haftek and Fabrice Pirot

Chapter 154. Protective Effect of Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids against Antibiotic, Antihypertensive and Anti-Cancer Drug-Induced Nephrotoxicity and Oxidative Damage: A Focus on Cisplatin
Ashreeb Naqshbandi, Md. Wasim Khan, Sana Rizwan, Sara Anees Khan, Shuhbha Priyamvada and Ahad Noor Khan Yusufi

Chapter 155. Role of Supplementation with Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Preventing Cardiac Arrhythmias and Sudden Cardiac Death
Bernhard Rauch and Jochen Senges

Chapter 156. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Role in Intestinal Adaptation and Recovery
Igor Sukhotnik

Chapter 157. Gastroprotective and Antinociceptive Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Potential Mechanisms Underlying These Effects
J. M. Jiménez-Andrade and A. E. Chávez-Piña

Chapter 158 Omega-3 Dietary Intake: Review on Supplementation, Health Benefits and Resources Sustainability
Ivone Almeida, Telmo J. R. Fernandes, Bruno M. R. Guimarães and M. Beatriz P. P. Oliveira

Chapter 159. Quality and Shelf Stability of Omega-3-Fat-Supplemented Foods
Ann H. Barrett, Danielle J. Anderson, Tshinanne V. Ndou, Katherine Kensil and Karen R. Conca

Chapter 160. Omega 3 Fatty Acids and GPR120
N. A. Arivarasu, Shubha Priyamvada and Medha Priyadarshini



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