Véronique Brumas

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With a view to the possible use of copper(II)-*OH inactivating ligand (OIL) complexes as regulators of inflammation, the reactivity of the copper(II)-ascorbate system with hydrogen peroxide has been(More)
Pharmacological activities of copper(II) complexes are a direct function of the nature of their ligands associated with the metal ion in vivo. Some of these, defined as *OH-inactivating ligands (G.(More)
As a nonessential element, aluminum is likely to be toxic both at low usual dietary levels in the long run (chronic toxicity) and at high therapeutic levels in shorter periods of time (acute(More)
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