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Exhaustive exercise generates free radicals. However, the source of this oxidative damage remains controversial. The aim of this paper was to study further the mechanism of exercise‐induced production of free radicals. Testing the hypothesis that xanthine oxidase contributes to the production...
The cellular mechanisms involved in axonogenesis are still unclear. In the present work we found that formation of neurites in cultured neonatal dorsal root ganglion neurons co‐incided with the redistribution of highly charged mitochondria. Radially distributed in subplasmalemmal space 3 h...
The T helper subsets Th1 and Th2 regulate specific types of immune responses by producing distinct sets of cytokines. Differentiation of the T helper subsets from their common precursors, naive CD4+ T cells, is induced by antigen stimulation and controlled by various other conditions. Of these...
Retinitis pigmentosa comprises a large and exceptionally heterogeneous group of hereditary disorders of the retina. As a result of an extensive investigation around the world, primary genetic lesions have been described in many genes. Some of these genes encode enzymes that are involved in the...
The effect of maesaquinone, 2‐(14‐nonadecenyl)‐3,6‐dihydroxy5‐methyl‐1,4‐benzoquinone, on plant mitochondrial respiration has been investigated. In mitochondria isolated from thermogenic Arum maculatum spadices, this compound inhibits both cytochrome and alternative pathway...
We have studied the pro‐antioxidant status of the rat liver on the last day of gestation and at 1, 15, and 30 days of extrauterine life. Representative variables, such as activities of superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase, and glutathione peroxidase and concentrations of reduced glutathione and...
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