Oxidative stress and metabolic disorders: Pathogenesis and therapeutic strategies.

  title={Oxidative stress and metabolic disorders: Pathogenesis and therapeutic strategies.},
  author={V. Leena Rani and Gagan Deep and Rakesh K. Singh and Komaraiah Palle and Umesh C. S. Yadav},
  journal={Life sciences},
Increased body weight and metabolic disorder including insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular complications together constitute metabolic syndrome. The pathogenesis of metabolic syndrome involves multitude of factors. A number of studies however indicate, with some conformity, that oxidative stress along with chronic inflammatory condition pave the way for the development of metabolic diseases. Oxidative stress, a state of lost balance between the oxidative and anti-oxidative… CONTINUE READING
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