Flavonoids Inhibit the Respiratory Burst of Neutrophils in Mammals

@inproceedings{Cz2012FlavonoidsIT,
  title={Flavonoids Inhibit the Respiratory Burst of Neutrophils in Mammals},
  author={Milan C{\'i}z and Petko Nedyalkov Denev and Maria G Kratchanova and Ondrej Vas{\'i}cek and Gabriela Ambro{\vz}ov{\'a} and Anton{\'i}n Lojek},
  booktitle={Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity},
  year={2012}
}
Neutrophils represent the front-line defence cells in protecting organisms against infection and play an irreplaceable role in the proper performance of the immune system. As early as within the first minutes of stimulation, neutrophilic NADPH oxidase is activated, and cells release large quantities of highly toxic reactive oxygen species (ROS). These oxidants can be highly toxic not only for infectious agents but also for neighboring host tissues. Since flavonoids exhibit antioxidant and anti… CONTINUE READING
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