Senescence in cell oxidative status in two bird species with contrasting life expectancy

@article{Bize2013SenescenceIC,
  title={Senescence in cell oxidative status in two bird species with contrasting life expectancy},
  author={Pierre Bize and Sophie Cotting and Godefroy L Devevey and J. A. van Rooyen and Fabrice Lalubin and Olivier Glaizot and Philippe Christe},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={174},
  pages={1097-1105}
}
Oxidative stress occurs when the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) by an organism exceeds its capacity to mitigate the damaging effects of the ROS. Consequently, oxidative stress hypotheses of ageing argue that a decline in fecundity and an increase in the likelihood of death with advancing age reported at the organism level are driven by gradual disruption of the oxidative balance at the cellular level. Here, we measured erythrocyte resistance to oxidative stress in the same… CONTINUE READING

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