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Data of oxygen- and pH-dependent oxidation of resveratrol

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Item Type:Article
Title:Data of oxygen- and pH-dependent oxidation of resveratrol
Creators Name:Plauth, A. and Geikowski, A. and Cichon, S. and Wowro, S.J. and Liedgens, L. and Rousseau, M. and Weidner, C. and Fuhr, L. and Kliem, M. and Jenkins, G. and Lotito, S. and Wainwright, L.J. and Sauer, S.
Abstract:We show here if under physiologically relevant conditions resveratrol (RSV) remains stable or not. We further show under which circumstances various oxidation products of RSV such as ROS can be produced. For example, in addition to the widely known effect of bicarbonate ions, high pH values promote the decay of RSV. Moreover, we analyse the impact of reduction of the oxygen partial pressure on the pH-dependent oxidation of RSV. For further interpretation and discussion of these focused data in a broader context we refer to the article "Hormetic shifting of redox environment by pro-oxidative resveratrol protects cells against stress" (Plauth et al., in press).
Source:Data in Brief
ISSN:2352-3409
Publisher:Elsevier (The Netherlands)
Volume:9
Page Range:433-437
Date:December 2016
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.09.012
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