Oxidative stress in heart tissue of hyperthyroid and iron
Oxidative stress in heart tissue of hyperthyroid and iron supplemented rats. Civelek S 1 Seymen O Seven A Yigit G Hatemi H Burak G. Author information: 1 Department of Biochemistry Cerrahpaa Medical Facility Istanbul University Turkey. bbseven superonline.com.tr
Iron increases liver injury through oxidative/nitrative
Excessive tissue iron levels are associated with the increase of oxidative/nitrative stress which contributes to tissue damage that may elevate the risk of diabetes. Therefore we investigated the effects of iron on diabetesassociated liver injury and whether ironrelated tyrosine nitration participated in this process.
Ameliorating role of rutin on oxidative stress induced by
Iron is an essential element that participates in several metabolic activities of cells however excess iron is a major cause of ironinduced oxidative stress and several human diseases. Natural flavonoids as rutin are wellknown antioxidants and could be efficient protective agents. Therefore t
Ameliorating effects of white mulberry on ironoverload
Excess iron causes oxidative damage of biomolecules leading to tissue injury primarily liver tissue causing liver failure. In this study we explored the remediating effects of Morus alba L. MAME on ironoverloadinduced oxidative stress and liver injury in mice. The In vitro study revealed the a
Modest amyloid deposition is associated with iron
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Iron and oxidative stress in cardiomyopathy in thalassemia
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Oxidative Stress: Harms and Benefits for Human Health
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