Free radical damage as a biomarker of bladder dysfunction after partial outlet obstruction and reversal.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To investigate the use of free-radical generation as a result of protein carbonylation and nitrotyrosination to characterize the level of bladder dysfunction after partial bladder outlet obstruction (PBOO) and reversal. MATERIALS AND METHODS We surgically created PBOO in male New Zealand White rabbits; after 4 weeks of PBOO, one group of six… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-410X.2007.07389.x

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@article{Lin2008FreeRD, title={Free radical damage as a biomarker of bladder dysfunction after partial outlet obstruction and reversal.}, author={Wei-Yu Lin and Ahmet Sami Guven and Yung-Shun Juan and Paul Neuman and Catherine Whitbeck and Paul Chichester and Barry Kogan and Robert M. Levin and Anita S. Mannikarottu}, journal={BJU international}, year={2008}, volume={101 5}, pages={621-6} }