Free radicals in the regulation of damage and cell death - basic mechanisms and prevention.

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Reactive oxygen (ROS) and nitrogen (RNS) species are known to accumulate intracellularly due to both exogenous and/or endogenous factors. In normal physiological conditions, these reactive species are maintained in an equilibrium state by the cells' antioxidant defence systems. In addition, they are recognised to play important roles in several… (More)

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