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[Biochemical aspects of free radical mediated tissue injury].
Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1994; 48(4):419-41PH

Abstract

A radical is any molecule that contains one or more unpaired electrons. Radicals are normally generated in many metabolic pathways. Some of these radicals can exist in a free form and subsequently interact with various tissue components resulting in dysfunction. The potential role of oxygen- and xenobiotic-derived free radical in the pathology of several human diseases has stimulated extensive research linking the toxicity of numerous xenobiotics and disease processes to a free radical mechanism.

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Zakład Analityki Medycznej Katedry Biochemii i Analityki Medycznej Akademii Medycznej w Poznaniu.

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English Abstract
Journal Article
Review

Language

pol

PubMed ID

7638094

Citation

Rybczyńska, M. "[Biochemical Aspects of Free Radical Mediated Tissue Injury]." Postepy Higieny I Medycyny Doswiadczalnej, vol. 48, no. 4, 1994, pp. 419-41.
Rybczyńska M. [Biochemical aspects of free radical mediated tissue injury]. Postepy Hig Med Dosw. 1994;48(4):419-41.
Rybczyńska, M. (1994). [Biochemical aspects of free radical mediated tissue injury]. Postepy Higieny I Medycyny Doswiadczalnej, 48(4), pp. 419-41.
Rybczyńska M. [Biochemical Aspects of Free Radical Mediated Tissue Injury]. Postepy Hig Med Dosw. 1994;48(4):419-41. PubMed PMID: 7638094.
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