Oxidative stress and Antioxidants

Free radicals are a by-product of almost every biochemical reaction occurring. Normally, our body keeps these electron-stealing atoms under control with endogenously produced antioxidants, however aging, mitochondrial damage, and exposure to environment toxins all serve to reduce our own supply of antioxidants and increase free radical production. Free radicals that are left unchecked cause severe damage on whichever cellular component they come into contact, be it fat cells, protein, DNA or RNA. This causes severe damage to the cell and ultimately cell death and puts our body in a state known as oxidative stress.

  • Redox Reactions in Diseases
  • Profiling Redox Status in Human Major Diseases
  • Redox Mechanisms in Diseases
  • Redox Regulation & Modulation
  • Redox-Active Agents
  • New Players in Redox balance

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