What an andrologist/urologist should know about free radicals and why.

@article{Agarwal2006WhatAA,
  title={What an andrologist/urologist should know about free radicals and why.},
  author={Ashok Agarwal and Sushil A Prabakaran and Shyam S. R. Allamaneni},
  journal={Urology},
  year={2006},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={
          2-8
        }
}
f t f ree radicals are a group of highly reactive chemical molecules that have one or more unaired electrons and can oxidatively modify bimolecules that they encounter.1 Reactive oxygen pecies (ROS) are free radicals that are derived rom the metabolism of oxygen. They are present n all aerobic organisms. ROS play an important ole in many physiologic functions such as phagoytosis, which is mediated by neutrophils and macophages. They also act as a cell messenger, taking art in many signaling… CONTINUE READING
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