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THE ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE IN ANTIOXIDANT MECHANISM

@inproceedings{Aksoy2002THERO,
  title={THE ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE IN ANTIOXIDANT MECHANISM},
  author={Yasemin Erkal Aksoy},
  year={2002}
}
T Klin Tip Bilimleri 2002, 22 442 Hucresel ya amin sureklili i karma ik biyokimyasal tepkimelerin denge icinde yurumesine ba lidir. Bu dengeyi bozacak yonde ortaya cikan endojen ve/veya eksojen kaynakli faktorler hucre hasarina yol acarlar. Bunlar icinde oksidatif stres farkli patolojik durumlarin ortaya cikmasi nedeniyle gittikce onem kazanmakta ve ara tirmacilari bu yonde ara tirma yapmaya yoneltmektedir. Radikal reaksiyonlari hucre homeostazinin bir parcasidir. Sa likli hucreler homeostatik… 

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