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Ein Forscher träufelt aus einer kleinen Pipette eine Flüssigkeit in ein Reagenzglas. Mehrere Reagenzgläser und ein Erlenmeyerkolben vorn rechts sind mit einer hellblauen, klaren Flüssigkeit gefüllt. Kopf und Schultern des Forschers sind nur unscharf im Hintergrund zu erkennen.



Measurement of redox status in blood and skin after UV stress by ESR spectroscopy.

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In the project, a method is to be developed that determines the redox status in the skin or in the blood. The background to this are various diseases and premature aging of the skin, which are associated with a disturbed redox status, as well as the trend to take more antioxidants (AO) to prevent them. It is well known that increased intake of such AOs can have a pro-oxidant effect on metabolism and thus be harmful instead of protective. An easy-to-perform, fast and, if necessary, individual examination method to determine the "too much" is therefore essential to select a protective concentration and to exclude harmful concentrations.

Duration: 09/2018 - 12/2021

Funded by: Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH


Prof. Dr. Martina Meinke

Chemist and Medical Physicist, Head of the CCPCharité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Postal address:Charitéplatz 110117 Berlin, Germany

Campus / internal address:Luisenstraße 2

CCM, Luisenstraße 2

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