It is known that, during oxidative stress process, reactive oxygen species (ROS) suppress antioxidant capacity in vivo. As a result, DNA, lipids, and proteins get damaged [1, 2]. Last investigations show that some respiratory diseases are associated with DNA- and lipid-derived oxidative stress [3, 4]. By this reason the study of oxidative stress (OxS) is becoming increasingly important in respiratory disease research. An elevated level of oxidative stress may be associated with development of asthma, chronic bronchitis or airway obstruction.

BIOMARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASES.

M. Elisabetta Zanolin;Liliya Chamitava;Morena Nicolis;Roberta Vesentini;Roberto de Marco
2015

Abstract

It is known that, during oxidative stress process, reactive oxygen species (ROS) suppress antioxidant capacity in vivo. As a result, DNA, lipids, and proteins get damaged [1, 2]. Last investigations show that some respiratory diseases are associated with DNA- and lipid-derived oxidative stress [3, 4]. By this reason the study of oxidative stress (OxS) is becoming increasingly important in respiratory disease research. An elevated level of oxidative stress may be associated with development of asthma, chronic bronchitis or airway obstruction.
BIOMARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS
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