Free radicals: relation to tissue damage - a review.

Abstract

Free radicals are any molecules having an odd number of electrons. These molecules are highly reactive and can be generated as byproducts of normal metabolism as well as by exposure to a number of environmental factors including drugs, radiation and air pollutants. Due to the ubiquity of molecular oxygen, the oxygen metabolites superoxide anion, hydrogen… (More)

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@article{Vansteenhouse1987FreeRR, title={Free radicals: relation to tissue damage - a review.}, author={J Vansteenhouse}, journal={Veterinary clinical pathology}, year={1987}, volume={16 1}, pages={29-35} }