Estimation of Antioxidants Activity Through DPPH Inhibition Levels in Patients with Chronic HPV 16 Cervicitis

Authors

  • Ali M. A. Al-Kufaishi1 , Lamia A. M. Al-Mashhedy2 , Bushra Jaber Al-Rubaie3

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v20i3.1465

Keywords:

DPPH, Antioxidants activity, Chronic cervicitis, HPV, cervical cancer.

Abstract

In the present study, the DPPH scavenging activity from the primary methods to estimation the antioxidants

activity in the body by an inverse relation between them. So, the levels of DPPH scavenging activity is

reduced in the patient with HPV16 genotype chronic cervicitis (G3= 43.01±2.74 in the serum, G3= 9.73±1.53

in the mucus) and without (G2= 47.22±4.50 in the serum, G2= 15.51±1.41 in the mucus)compared with

healthy women (G1= 64.79±4.87 in the serum, G1= 21.24±3.62 in the mucus), this is a return to lowering

antioxidants in the patients compared with healthy women. The deterioration in the antioxidants levels can

cause cancer in the future or delay the response of the medication to inflammation.

Author Biography

Ali M. A. Al-Kufaishi1 , Lamia A. M. Al-Mashhedy2 , Bushra Jaber Al-Rubaie3

1Iraq/Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical University College of Health and Medical Techniques, Department of Medical

Laboratory Techniques, Kufa, Iraq, 2 University of Babylon, college of science, Chemistry department/Iraq

3University of Babylon, college of medicine, Gynecology department/Iraq

Published

2020-07-24

How to Cite

Ali M. A. Al-Kufaishi1 , Lamia A. M. Al-Mashhedy2 , Bushra Jaber Al-Rubaie3. (2020). Estimation of Antioxidants Activity Through DPPH Inhibition Levels in Patients with Chronic HPV 16 Cervicitis. Medico Legal Update, 20(3), 598-602. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v20i3.1465