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oxygen radical


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oxygen radical

Protective ventilation with low fraction of inspired oxygen and radicals of oxygen production during general anaesthesia

Free oxygen radicals and immune profile in newborns with lung diseases

Activation of Akt is essential for acetylcholine to trigger generation of oxygen free radicals

Greater susceptibility of failing cardiac myocytes to oxygen free radical-mediated injury

Oxygen radicals produced by plant plasma membranes: an EPR spin-trap study

High Oxygen Radical Production Is Associated with Fast Parasite Clearance in Children with Plasmodium falciparum Malaria

Opening of Mitochondrial ATP—Sensitive Potassium Channels Evokes Oxygen Radical Generation in Rabbit Heart Slices

Ascorbic acid may protect against human gastric cancer by scavenging mucosal oxygen radicals

Inhaled nitric oxide after lung ischemia reperfusion; effect on hemodynamics and oxygen free radical scavenger system

Paraquat- and Diquat-Induced Oxygen Radical Generation and Lipid Peroxidation in Rat Brain Microsomes

Methylglyoxal: a stimulus to neutrophil oxygen radical production in chronic renal failure?

Oxidative stress and septic shock: metabolic aspects of oxygen-derived free radicals generated in the liver during endotoxemia

High Resistance to Oxygen Radicals and Heat Is Caused by a Galactoglycerolipid in Microbacterium sp. M874

Phenylethylamine-Induced Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species and Ascorbate Free Radicals in Tobacco Suspension Culture: Mechanism for Oxidative Burst Mediating Ca2+ Influx

Induction of cytochrome P450 enzymes and over-generation of oxygen radicals in beta-carotene supplemented rats

Effects of oxygen radical scavengers on connexins 32 and 26 expression in primary cultures of adult rat hepatocytes

P457Effect of changed oxygen free radical on cardiac function of plateau migrants after returning to the low altitude

Statin-Induced Heme Oxygenase-1 Increases NF-κB Activation and Oxygen Radical Production in Cultured Neuronal Cells Exposed to Lipopolysaccharide

 

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Any oxygen species, other than free oxygen, that has an unpaired electron. Oxygen radicals are highly reactive and can cause damage to many biological macromolecules. They mediate the damaging effects of ionizing radiation. See oxygen-dependent killing.

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