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What does t-4HH stand for?

t-4HH stands for trans-4-Hydroxy-2-hexenal

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Long, E. K. and M. J. Picklo, Sr. , Trans-4-hydroxy-2-hexenal, a product of n-3 fatty acid peroxidation: make some room HNE. Free Radic Biol Med, 2010. 49(1): p. 1-8.
Metabolism of the pyrrolizidine alkaloid metabolite trans-4-hydroxy-2-hexenal.
The "therapeutic window" has been carefully determined and ranges between 10 and 80 µg/ml (0. 21-1. 68 µmol/ml) ozone per ml of blood. It ensures a small and precise oxidative stress able to elicit medical efficacy, but no toxicity. It must be noted that ozone acts as a pro-drug because, during this fast reactions, ozone disappears but generates two crucial messengers: the first is H2O2 and the second is a mixture of LOPs finally exemplified by 4-HNE (from omega-6 PUFA) and 4-HHE (trans-4 hydroxy-2-hexenal.
The "therapeutic window" has been carefully determined and ranges between 10 and 80 μg/ml (0. 21-1. 68 μmol/ml) ozone per ml of blood. It ensures a small and precise oxidative stress able to elicit medical efficacy, but no toxicity. It must be noted that ozone acts as a pro-drug because, during this fast reactions, ozone disappears but generates two crucial messengers: the first is H2O2 and the second is a mixture of LOPs finally exemplified by 4-HNE (from omega-6 PUFA) and 4-HHE (trans-4 hydroxy-2-hexenal.