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Antioxidants as a novel way to alleviate the adverse effects of oxidative stress in osteoporosis

  title={Antioxidants as a novel way to alleviate the adverse effects of oxidative stress in osteoporosis},
  author={Elaheh Jahanian and mansoor karimifar and Mahmoud Rafieian-kopaei},
  journal={Journal of Parathyroid Disease},
Bone is a dynamic organ undergoing remodeling through the coordinated resorption and formation activities between osteoblasts and osteoclasts. Osteoporosis is regarded as degenerative disease that is one of the biggest problems in elderly people. Osteoporosis is a multi-factorial disease. Age-related oxidative stress causes osteoporosis via adversely affecting both osteoblasts and osteoclasts. On the other hands, one of defense mechanisms against reactive oxygen species is antioxidant. Fruits… 
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