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Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine
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1: Oxygen: Boon yet Bane DS introducing oxygen toxicity and reactive species 2: Redox chemistry: the essentials 3: Antioxidant defences synthesized in vivo 4: Antioxidants from the diet 5: Oxidative stress and redox regulation: adaptation, damage, repair, senescence and death 6: Measurement of reactive species 7: Reactive species can pose special problems needing special solutions: some examples 8: Reactive species can be useful: some more examples 9: Reactive species can be poisonous: their role in toxicology 10: Reactive species in disease: friends or foes? 11: Ageing, nutrition, disease and therapy: a role for antioxidants? Appendix

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Barry Halliwell, Executive Director, Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering, National University of Singapore, John M. C. Gutteridge

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The content of Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine is as wide as the horizon and as deep as the ocean: nobody can ever dream to satisfactorily capture it in the limited space available for a book review. The target audience that will undoubtedly profit from this gigantic work is equally wide: biologists, biochemists, medical doctors, nutritionists, therapists with a sound background. It stands as an invaluable reference to be consulted without moderation, although a deep understanding certainly requires repeated reading and study. * Massimo Nespolo, Structural Biology *

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