Analytical performances of d-ROMs test and BAP test in canine plasma. Definition of the normal range in healthy Labrador dogs

@article{Pasquini2007AnalyticalPO,
  title={Analytical performances of d-ROMs test and BAP test in canine plasma. Definition of the normal range in healthy Labrador dogs},
  author={A. Pasquini and Elena Luchetti and Veronica Marchetti and Giovanni Cardini and Eugenio Luigi Iorio},
  journal={Veterinary Research Communications},
  year={2007},
  volume={32},
  pages={137-143}
}
An high level of ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species), due to an increased production of oxidant species and/or a decreased efficacy of antioxidant system, can lead to oxidative stress, an emerging health risk factor involved in the aging and in many diseases, including inflammatory, infectious and degenerative disorders, either in humans or in animals. In the last years some assays panels have been developed to globally evaluate the oxidative balance by means of the concomitant assessment of ROS… CONTINUE READING
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