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This volume covers (1) the destruction of cellular function by ROS resulting in pathological states; (2) the protection by ROS of an organism against invading organisms that cause infections; and (3) the role of ROS in normal physiological processes. Designed for beginning graduate students, this book gives a concise overview of the field. Show all. Table of contents (28 chapters). Table of contents (28 chapters)

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Reactive Oxygen Species . It goes over a variety of items about the action of these ROS and the mechanisms that have been developed in living organisms to keep them in balance. The authors are experts in the field and have made an extremely good effort to coordinate this multiauthorial book.

This volume covers (1) the destruction of cellular function by ROS resulting in pathological states; (2) the protection by ROS of an organism against invading organisms that cause infections; and (3) the role of ROS in normal physiological processes.

Carol Colton, Daniel Gilbert. This volume covers (1) the destruction of cellular function by ROS resulting in pathological states; (2) the protection by ROS of an organism against invading organisms that cause infections; and (3) the role of ROS in normal physiological processes.

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) which include free radicals, peroxides, singlet oxygen, ozone, and nitrogen monoxide and .

Designed for beginning graduate students, this book gives a concise overview of the field.

All living cells produce reactive oxygen species (ROS) as a byproduct of metabolism. ROS are reduced oxygen intermediates that include the superoxide radical (O2−) and the hydroxyl radical (OH,), as well as the non-radical species hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). These ROS are important in the normal functioning of cells, playing a role in signal transduction and the expression of transcription factors.

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Chemistry of Reactive Oxygen Species. Publisher Info: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Pubishers, New York, NY. Pub Type: Books. Published: December 01, 1999. Robert E. Huie, Pedatsur Neta. Citation: Reactive Oxygen Species in Biological Systems An Interdisciplinary Approach. Created December 01, 1999, Updated February 17, 2017.