Oxidation-reduction-sensitive binding of lung protein to rat catalase mRNA.

Abstract

Air-breathing organisms experience an elevated concentration of oxygen mainly under two conditions. One occurs at birth when the O2 tension in the lung increases from approximately 25 torr present in utero to approximately 100 torr. The lungs, in particular, are also exposed to hyperoxia when oxygen is administered for therapeutic reasons. Under hyperoxic… (More)

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