Impact of Reactive Oxygen and Reactive Nitrogen Species for Stem Cell Mobilization, Function and Cardiovascular Differentiation

@inproceedings{Sauer2011ImpactOR,
  title={Impact of Reactive Oxygen and Reactive Nitrogen Species for Stem Cell Mobilization, Function and Cardiovascular Differentiation},
  author={Heinrich Sauer and Maria Wartenberg},
  year={2011}
}
Reactive oxygen species (ROS), i.e. substances like hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), the superoxide anion (O2-) or the highly reactive hydroxyl ion (HO-) as well as reactive nitrogen species (RNS) with nitric oxide (NO) as its most important member are ideally suited to serve as signaling molecules since they are locally generated, are highly and rapidly diffusible and can be neutralized by a bulk of anti-oxidative agents organized in the cellular anti-oxidative defense system. So far the signaling… CONTINUE READING

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