Reduced Serum Levels of Zinc and Superoxide Dismutase in Obese Individuals.

@article{Torkanlou2016ReducedSL,
  title={Reduced Serum Levels of Zinc and Superoxide Dismutase in Obese Individuals.},
  author={Khadijeh Torkanlou and Bahram Bibak and Alireza Abbaspour and Hamid Abdi and Masoud Saleh Moghaddam and Maryam Tayefi and Elham Mohammadzadeh and Hamideh Safarian Bana and Maliheh Aghasizade and Gordon A. Ferns and Amir Avan and Majid Ghayour Mobarhan},
  journal={Annals of nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2016},
  volume={69 3-4},
  pages={
          232-236
        }
}
The oxidant-stress (OS) has an essential role to play in the pathogenesis and progression of many diseases. OS is the outcome when the level of free-radical-formation is increased or protective-antioxidant-mechanisms are compromised. Its value is expected to increase, although its emerging roles have not been conclusive in different studies. The objective of this study was to explore the level of zinc, copper, and antioxidant in response to obesity-related-stress by measuring superoxide… CONTINUE READING

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