Studies on Experimental Toxicology and Pharmacology 1st Edition

Book Name: Studies on Experimental Toxicology and Pharmacology 1st Edition
Author: Stephen M. Roberts, James P. Kehrer, Lars-Oliver Klotz (eds.)
Publisher: Humana Press
ISBN-10: 978-3-319-19095-2,978-3-319-19096-9
Year: 2015
Pages: 496
Language: English
File size: 13 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB

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The book reviews clinical and preclinical evidence and basic research data based on the role of active radicals and antioxidants associated with free radicals in the cause and treatment of disease. The book is divided into several sections, with specific topics such as mechanisms, toxins, toxic chemicals and supplements, antioxidants, oxygen poisoning, marine biology. Etc.

Studies in chemistry, chemistry, and experiments have confirmed the concept of the use of biodegradation by free radicals and active substances, and existing laboratory tests and antioxidant protection. Cell. It is becoming increasingly clear that free radicals and other active substances have at least one factor that causes tissue damage to the body.

Thanks to the help of international experts in this field, quantification is a valuable resource in chemistry and related fields, including medical researchers and researchers as well as medical and clinical researchers.

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