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Acetaminophen (APAP) is the most widely used analgesic and its overdose, intentional or unintentional, is known to cause massive oxidative stress and liver tissue damages characterized by hepatocellular apoptosis and hemorrhagic necrosis, leading to acute liver failure (ALF). There has been great interest in the use of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Cinnamaldehyde, a major component of cinnamon, induces the generation of reactive oxygen species and exerts vasodilator and anticancer effects, but its short half-life limits its clinical use. The present experiments were designed to compare the acute relaxing properties of cinnamaldehyde with those of self-assembling polymer micelles(More)
Cancer cells are under oxidative stress due to a large production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which involve in cell proliferation and cancer promotion and progression. On the other hand, ROS promotes cell death, depending on the rate of ROS production and the activity of antioxidant systems. Recently, "oxidation therapy" has arisen as a promising(More)
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