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Vitamin E

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Vitamin E by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Vitamins. It contains the following chapters:

    • Vitamin E and Vitamin B12
    • α-Tocopherol
    • Vitamin E & Lipid Peroxidation Chain Reaction

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. α-tocopherol
    2. β-tocopherol
    3. γ-tocopherol
    4. δ-tocopherol
    5. λ-tocopherol
    1. Preventing the propagation of reactive oxygen species and reactive lipid radicals through biological membranes
    2. Facilitating the propagation of reactive oxygen species and reactive lipid radicals through biological membranes
    3. Facilitating the propagation of reactive chlorine species through biological membranes
    4. Facilitating the propagation of reactive proton species through biological membranes
    5. Facilitating the propagation of reactive metal ion species through biological membranes
    1. Vitamin K by reducing blood clotting
    2. Vitamin C by reducing its antioxidant effect
    3. Vitamin A by bleaching the opsin protein in the retina cells
    4. Vitamin K by facilitating the internal blood clotting
    5. Vitamin K by facilitating the external blood clotting
    1. Regulation of mineral absorption in the gut
    2. Prevention of propagation of lipid peroxidation chain reaction
    3. Inhibition of protein kinase C enzyme
    4. Inhibition of platelet stickiness
    5. Inhibition of smooth muscle growth
    1. The damaged cell membranes due to lipid peroxidation of non-polar regions
    2. The damaged cell membranes due to protein peroxidation of non-polar regions
    3. The damaged cell membranes due to membrane-embedded protein oxidation of non-polar regions
    4. The damaged cell membranes due to transmembrane protein oxidation of polar regions
    5. The damaged cell membranes due to tunnel protein peroxidation of non-polar regions
    1. Vitamin C
    2. Vitamin A
    3. Ubiquinol
    4. Vitamin K
    5. Tocopherols

    Author of lecture Vitamin E

     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD


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