Oxygen/Nitrogen Radicals: Cell Injury and Disease

  • Val Vallyathan
  • Xianglin Shi
  • Vince Castranova

Part of the Developments in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry book series (DMCB, volume 37)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-1
  2. Earl R. Stadtman, Jackob Moskovitz, Barbara S. Berlett, Rodney L. Levine
    Pages 3-9
  3. Etsuo Niki, Noriko Noguchi
    Pages 19-25
  4. Philip O’Reilly, Judy M. Hickman-Davis, Philip McArdle, K. Randall Young, Sadis Matalon
    Pages 39-48
  5. Henry Jay Forman, Martine Torres, Jon Fukuto
    Pages 49-62
  6. Rebecca L. Persinger, Matthew E. Poynter, Karina Ckless, Yvonne M. W. Janssen-Heininger
    Pages 71-80
  7. Min Ding, Jingxia Li, Stephen S. Leonard, Xianglin Shi, Max Costa, Vincent Castranova et al.
    Pages 81-90
  8. Rhett Cummings, Narasimham Parinandi, Lixin Wang, Peter Usatyuk, Viswanathan Natarajan
    Pages 99-109
  9. Maria E. Ramos-Nino, Astrid Haegens, Arti Shukla, Brooke T. Mossman
    Pages 111-118
  10. B. Kalyanaraman, Joy Joseph, Shashi Kalivendi, Suwei Wang, Eugene Konorev, Srigiridhar Kotamraju
    Pages 119-124
  11. Ad. M. Knaapen, Roel P. F. Schins, Dünya Polat, Andrea Becker, Paul J. A. Borm
    Pages 143-151
  12. David W. Kamp, Vijayalakshmi Panduri, Sigmund A. Weitzman, Navdeep Chandel
    Pages 153-160
  13. Jingxia Li, Chuanshu Huang, Bihui Huang, Xianglin Shi, Vincent Castranova, Val Vallyathan
    Pages 161-168
  14. Vincent Castranova, Dale Porter, Lyndell Millecchia, Jane Y. C. Ma, Ann F. Hubbs, Alexander Teass
    Pages 177-184
  15. Arindam Dhar, Mathew R. Young, Nancy H. Colburn
    Pages 185-193
  16. Robert A. Floyd, Yashige Kotake, Kenneth Hensley, Dai Nakae, Yoichi Konishi
    Pages 195-203
  17. Kyoung Ah Kim, Yong-Yeun Cho, Jung Sik Cho, Ki Hwa Yang, Woon Kyu Lee, Kweon-Haeng Lee et al.
    Pages 205-209
  18. Zi-Lue Tang, Karla J. Wasserloos, XiangHong Liu, Molly S. Stitt, Ian J. Reyolds, Bruce R. Pitt et al.
    Pages 211-217
  19. Berran Yucesoy, Val vallyathan, Douglas P. Landsittel, Petia Simeonova, Michael I. Luster
    Pages 219-224
  20. Peter A. Ward, Alex B. Lentsch
    Pages 225-228
  21. Ian N. Hines, Shigeyuki Kawachi, Shigeyuki Harada, Kevin P. Pavlick, Jason M. Hoffman, Sulaiman Bharwani et al.
    Pages 229-237
  22. Stefan W. Ryter, Leo E. Otterbein, Danielle Morse, Augustine M. K. Choi
    Pages 249-263
  23. Max Costa, Konstantin Salnikow, Jessica E. Sutherland, Limor Broday, Wu Peng, Qunwei Zhang et al.
    Pages 265-275
  24. Petia P. Simeonova, Michael I. Luster
    Pages 277-282
  25. Eduard Berenshtein, Boris Vaisman, Chaya Goldberg-Langerman, Nahum Kitrossky, Abraham M. Konijn, Mordechai Chevion
    Pages 283-292
  26. Min Ding, Xianglin Shi
    Pages 293-300
  27. Maris Kessel, Su Xian Liu, An Xu, Regina Santella, Tom K. Heil
    Pages 301-308
  28. Stephen S. Leonard, Val Vallyathan, Vince Castranova, Xianglin Shi
    Pages 309-315
  29. Ayelet M. Samuni, William DeGraff, Murali C. Krishna, James B. Mitchell
    Pages 327-333
  30. Guanglong He, Alexandre Samouilov, Periannan Kuppusamy, Jay L. Zweier
    Pages 359-367
  31. Stephen S. Leonard, Kristina Mowrey, Donna Pack, Shi Xianglin, Vince Castranova, Periannan Kuppusamy et al.
    Pages 369-377
  32. Govindasamy Ilangovan, Haiquan Li, Jay L. Zweier, Periannan Kuppusamy
    Pages 393-398
  33. Back Matter
    Pages 399-406

About this book


A veritable mountain of literature has been published showing the causal relationship of reactive oxygen/nitrogen species in human disease conditions, and there has been an explosion in the understanding of oxidative stress, the protective role of antioxidants and molecular events involved in the regulation of transcription, editing, and translation of key events leading to disease processes. Strategies need to be developed for prevention of diseases by allowing scientists and clinicians to obtain information on new and emerging advances. The molecular mechanisms involved in several diseases including Alzheimer's disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, arthritis, and Parkinson's disease, as well as disorders of the eye, skin, cardiac, and pulmonary systems are discussed in this volume, along with scientific evidence supporting the value of dietary supplementation with antioxidants in the prevention of cellular damage leading to chronic disease. Special in vivo techniques are also discussed at length, along with the role of molecular studies in human risk assessment.


Activation Alveolar macrophages DNA Drogen Immunity Macrophages Nucleotide Oxidation gene expression hydrogen peroxide molecular mechanisms proteins regulation transcription translation

Editors and affiliations

  • Val Vallyathan
    • 1
  • Xianglin Shi
    • 1
  • Vince Castranova
    • 1
  1. 1.Pathology and Physiology Research BranchNational Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthMorgantownUSA

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