Analysis of Coenzyme Q10 Content in Human Plasma and Other Biological Samples
Last Update: 2020-12-24
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Since its discovery in 1957, coenzyme Q
) has been extensively studied for its important role as a redox carrier in the mitochondrial electron transport chain and for its role as a potent antioxidant in animal tissues (
). In addition, several reports indicate that deficiencies in CoQ
are implicated in heart disease, periodontal infections, and AIDS (
). These observations have generated ever-expanding needs for simple and sensitive analytical methods to assess CoQ
content in biological materials.
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