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Author: James J. Kocsis,David J. Jollow,Charlotte M. Witmer,Judd O. Nelson,Robert R. Snyder
ISBN: 0306422646
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Pages 1059 pages
Publisher Springer; 1 edition (July 31, 1986)
Language English
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eBook Biological Reactive Intermediates III: Mechanisms of Action in Animal Models and Human Disease (Advances in Experimental Medicine & Biology) (Vol 197) download

by James J. Kocsis,David J. Jollow,Charlotte M. Witmer,Judd O. Nelson,Robert R. Snyder


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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. This volume contains the proceedings of the third in a series of conferences entitled, The International Symposium on Biological Reactive Intermediates. The first was held at the University of Turku in Finland, in 1975, the second at the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom, in 1980 and the most recent at the University of Maryland in the United States, in 1985.

This volume contains the proceedings of the third in a series of conferences entitled, The International Symposium on Biological Reactive Intermediates

This volume contains the proceedings of the third in a series of conferences entitled, The International Symposium on Biological Reactive Intermediates.

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Biological Reactive Intermediates III: Mechanisms of Action in Animal Models and Human Disease – e-kirja kirjailijoilta James J. Kocsis, David J. Jollow, Charlotte M. Witmer, Judd O. Nelson, Robert R. Snyder. For example, the application of newer knowledge of the role of active oxygen species in reactive metabolite formation, the concept of suicide substrates, examination of the function of glutathione in cells, application of immunological techniques and molecular biological probes to the solution of toxicological problems all had an impact on the study of the biological reactive intermediates.

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It covers the broad fields of experimental medicine and biology. The series was established in 1967 and is published by Springer Nature

It covers the broad fields of experimental medicine and biology. The series was established in 1967 and is published by Springer Nature.

However, increased concern for the welfare of the animals used, and a growing awareness of the concept of animal rights, has brought a greater focus on the related ethical issues.

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This volume contains the proceedings of the third in a series of conferences entitled, The International Symposium on Biological Reactive Intermediates. The first was held at the University of Turku in Finland, in 1975, the second at the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom, in 1980 and the most recent at the University of Maryland in the United States, in 1985. The significance of these conferences has been emphasized by the rapid growth of mechanistic toxicology over the last decade. These conferences were initially stimulated by the attempt to uncover the significance behind the observations that the toxicity of carcinogenic responses produced by many chemicals was associated with the observation that their metabolism led to the formation of chemcially reactive electrophiles which covalently bound to nucleophilic sites in cells such as proteins, nucleic acid or fats. Recently, newer concepts have arisen which have necessitated the expansion of subjects covered by the conference. For example, the application of newer knowledge of the role of active oxygen species in reactive metabolite formation, the concept of suicide substrates, examination of the function of glutathione in cells, application of immunological techniques and molecular biological probes to the solution of toxicological problems all had an impact on the study of the biological reactive intermediates.