Oxidative

  • (adj): Taking place in the presence of oxygen.
    Example: "Oxidative glycolysis"; "oxidative rancidity"

Some articles on oxidative:

Oxidative Stress
... Oxidative stress reflects an imbalance between the systemic manifestation of reactive oxygen species and a biological system's ability to readily detoxify the reactive ... Further, some reactive oxidative species act as cellular messengers in redox signaling ... Thus, oxidative stress can cause disruptions in normal mechanisms of cellular signaling ...
Crosslink - Cross-links in Synthetic Polymer Chemistry - Oxidative Cross-links
... Many polymers undergo oxidative cross-linking, typically when exposed to atmospheric oxygen ... reactions may involve the use of an antioxidant to slow the formation of oxidative cross-links ... process of applying a permanent wave to hair is one example of oxidative cross-linking ...
Transition Metal Hydride - Synthetic Methods For Hydrido Complexes - Oxidative Additions
... to a transition metal center is perhaps the most classic example of oxidative addition MLn + H2 ⇌ H2MLn Oxidative addition also can occur to dimetallic complexes, e.g. 2 + H2 ⇌ 2 HCo(CO)4 Protonation of a complex is viewed as an oxidative process as well MLn + H+ ⇌ HMLn+ ...
Arsenic Toxicity - Oxidative Stress
... Studies have demonstrated that the oxidative stress generated by arsenic may disrupt the signal transduction pathways of the nuclear transcriptional factors PPAR’s, AP-1, and NF ... The interference of oxidative stress with signal transduction pathways may affect physiological processes associated with cell growth, metabolic syndrome X, glucose homeostasis, lipid ...
Lipoarabinomannan
... Its primary function is to inactivate macrophages and scavenge oxidative radicals ... The destruction of oxidative radicals allows for the survival of the bacteria, as oxidative free radicals are an important mechanism by which our bodies try ...