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Browsing by Subject "F2-Isoprostanes"

Browsing by Subject "F2-Isoprostanes"

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  • Badr K.F.; Abi-Antoun T.E. (LARCHMONT2 MADISON AVENUE, LARCHMONT, NY 10538 USA, 2005)
    Isoprostanes are not mere bystanders of oxidative injury, but possess potent biological activity and may thus contribute to the pathophysiology of various disorders associated with an increase in free radical formation. ...

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