Corpus ID: 9048363

[Membrane phospholipid peroxidation in renal insufficiency and chronic hemodialysis].

@article{Paul1991MembranePP,
  title={[Membrane phospholipid peroxidation in renal insufficiency and chronic hemodialysis].},
  author={Jean Louis Paul and Nguyen Khoa Man and Nicole Moatti and Denis Raichvarg},
  journal={Nephrologie},
  year={1991},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={
          4-7
        }
}
  • Jean Louis Paul, Nguyen Khoa Man, +1 author Denis Raichvarg
  • Published in Nephrologie 1991
  • Medicine
  • Lipid peroxidation is a result of the fatty acid side-chains of cellular membrane phospholipids attack by oxygen-derived free radicals. It has been suggested that some of the complications related to haemodialysis may be due to ineffective antioxidant systems and/or an increased free oxygen radical production. Serum antioxidant activity in patients undergoing regular dialysis treatment has been shown to be significantly decreased and to exhibit high malondialdehyde levels indicating that the… CONTINUE READING

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