Evidence Against Malondialdehyde Bound to Cellular Constituents in Phospholipid Peroxidation
The process of membrane phospholipids peroxidation is involved in the mechanism of injury in a variety of diseases in which oxygen-free radicals play a pathogenetic role. It can explain the loss of structural integrity and function that occurs during the early phases of myocardial post-ischemic reperfusion.1,2
KeywordsSugar Hydrolysis Toxicity Peroxide HPLC
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