Roberto Cecchini

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It has been proposed that beta-blockers and agents affecting Ca2+ metabolism might exert cardioprotective actions because of their ability to act as antioxidants in vivo. The feasibility of this(More)
Incubation of rat-liver microsomes, previously azide-treated to inhibit catalase, with H2O2 caused a loss of cytochrome P-450 but not of cytochrome b5. This loss of P-450 was not prevented by(More)
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