Reactive Oxygen Species as Mediators of Signal Transduction in Cardiovascular Disease View Full Text


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DATE

2000

AUTHORS

Jun-ichi Abe , Bradford C. Berk

ABSTRACT

Cells respond to extracellular stimuli by transmitting intracellular messengers to coordinate appropriate responses. The process that transduces the extracellular message across plasma membranes into the intracellular environment is called signal transduction or cell signaling. Recently, reduction-oxidation (redox) reactions that generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) have gained attention as important chemical processes that regulate signal transduction. Accumulating evidence indicates that excessive ROS may be pathogenic for a wide variety of human diseases. More... »

PAGES

57-70

Book

TITLE

Antioxidants and Cardiovascular Disease

ISBN

978-94-010-5881-0
978-94-011-4375-2

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