Toxicological and pathophysiological roles of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, Toxicology 276: 85-94.
‘Oxidative and Nitrative Stress in Toxicology and Disease’ was the subject of a symposium held at the EUROTOX meeting in Dresden 15th September 2009. Reactive oxygen (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) produced during tissue pathogenesis and in response to viral or chemical toxicants, induce a complex series of downstream adaptive and reparative events driven by the associated oxidative and nitrative stress. As highlighted by all the speakers, ROS and RNS can promote diverse biological responses associated with a spectrum of disorders including neurodegenerative/neuropsychiatric and cardiovascular diseases…
By Chloe Atkinson|2022-11-28T14:11:58+00:00June 17th, 2021|Comments Off on Toxicological and pathophysiological roles of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, Toxicology 276: 85-94.