This study aimed to assess the antioxidant activity of Melon GliSODin and its effectiveness in preventing NASH.
Positive effects of an oral supplementation by GliSODin, a gliadin-combined SOD-rich melon extract, in an animal model of dietary-induced oxidative stress
We investigated the potential protective effects of two antioxidant molecules: Glisodin, a gliadin combined copper-zinc superoxide dismutase SOD (Cu,Zn SOD)-rich melon extract, SOD is a known enzyme that has been best studied as a regulator of antioxidant defence, and an antioxidant agent N-acetylcysteine (NAC).
GliSODin, a melon extract attenuates cardiac muscle cell apoptosis via suppression of oxidative stress in an experimental model of streptozotocin-induced diabetes
our results suggest that attenuation of cardiac cell death by Glisodin treatment results in a significant prevention of the development of diabetic cardiomyopathy.
Glisodin, a Vegetal SOD with Gliadin, as Preventative Agent vs. Atherosclerosis, as Confirmed with Carotid Ultrasound-B Imaging
Supplementation with GliSODin, a vegetal SOD associated with gliadin, was effective in controlling the thickness of the carotid artery intima and media layers as measured by ultrasonography-B.
Reduction of diabetes-induced renal oxidative stress by a cantaloupe melon extract/gliadin biopolymers, oxykine, in mice
In this study, treatment of Glisodin ameliorated the progression and acceleration of diabetic nephropathy for rodent model of type 2 diabetes
Authors: S. Guerret, S. Ricard-Blum, B. Dugas, E. Postaire, D. Hartmann, M. Chevallier, P. Chossegros View publication Journal: Gastro journal Date: 1998 april DOI: 10.1016/S0016-5085(98)85069-5 Abstract View publication