The labile iron pool: characterization, measurement, and participation in cellular processes(1).

@article{Kakhlon2002TheLI,
  title={The labile iron pool: characterization, measurement, and participation in cellular processes(1).},
  author={Or Kakhlon and Zvi Ioav Cabantchik},
  journal={Free radical biology & medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={1037-46}
}
The cellular labile iron pool (LIP) is a pool of chelatable and redox-active iron, which is transitory and serves as a crossroad of cell iron metabolism. Various attempts have been made to analyze the levels of LIP following cell disruption. The chemical identity of this pool has remained poorly characterized due to the multiplicity of iron ligands present in cells. However, the levels of LIP recently have been assessed with novel nondisruptive techniques that rely on the application of… CONTINUE READING
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