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NCT ID: NCT03512535 Recruiting - Redox Status Clinical Trials

Method Validation for New Nitrogen/Sulfur Species Analysis Techniques

Start date: January 29, 2018
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Plasma redox status is well known to alter with age but previously differences have only been reported for two specific redox couples; reduced and oxidized cysteine and reduced and oxidized glutathione. (Jones DP, Rejuvenation Res. 2006) The overall aim of this project is to develop new methods to determine how other Reactive Nitrogen and Sulfur species, such as free and protein-bound thiols (organic compounds that contain a Sulfhydryl group, -SH) and Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) change with age and gender in a medium-sized cohort of healthy individuals (n=100 of either sex; age 18-70). Our group has recently developed a novel analytical platform to measure thiol-containing compounds in biological samples that is based on the reaction with the thiol-alkylating agent N-ethylmaleimide (NEM). We have used this chemical for years as stabilisation agent in other analyses to quantify Nitric Oxide metabolites.(Feelisch et al, FASEB 2002 and Levett et al, Sci Rep 2011) We now wish to develop a similar method to measure thiol containing compounds using a novel rapid LC-MS/MS based technology for screening large numbers of individuals. The project will therefore have 2 stages: 1. Initial method development will require occasional use of whole blood, plasma and red blood cells to establishing optimal conditions. E.g. to compare heparin and EDTA as anticoagulants to serum; investigate effects of temperature and pH; identify optimal concentration of derivatisation/reduction agents and optimal reaction times. 2. We then aim to establish the normal distribution of these novel compounds across healthy individuals of different gender and varying ages.

NCT ID: NCT01492114 Completed - Redox Status Clinical Trials

Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Effects of Resveratrol on Healthy Adults.

Start date: July 2011
Phase: Phase 3
Study type: Interventional

This research will investigate the hypothesis that resveratrol when given orally to healthy adult smokers induces a decrease in the inflammatory and oxidative mediators which characterize the low-grade systemic inflammatory state and the oxidants-antioxidants imbalance of tobacco users.