3 edition of Oxygen Radicals in Biological Systems, Pt D (Methods in Enzymology) found in the catalog.
August 15, 1994
by Academic Press
Written in English
|Contributions||John N. Abelson (Editor), Melvin I. Simon (Editor), Helmut Sies (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||704|
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are chemically reactive chemical species containing oxygen. Examples include peroxides, superoxide, hydroxyl radical, singlet oxygen, and alpha-oxygen.. The reduction of molecular oxygen (O 2) produces superoxide (• O − 2), which is the precursor of most other reactive oxygen species. O 2 + e − → • O − 2. Dismutation of superoxide produces hydrogen. oxygen radical: [ rad´ĭ-kal ] 1. thorough or sweeping; directed to the cause or root of a morbid process. 2. a group of atoms that enters into and goes out of chemical combination without change and that forms one of the fundamental constituents of a molecule. color radical chromophore. free radical a radical that carries an unpaired.
In the recent past, on annual basis, many publications on pharmacological research have been focused on the effects of antioxidants in different pathological conditions (2, 4, 9, ). The findings of such studies have revealed the involvement of free radicals (reactive oxygen and nitrogen radicals) in most disease conditions. Oxygen free radicals are molecules that present unpaired electrons in their outer orbit and can transform other molecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and deoxyribonucleic acid. Oxygen free radicals are produced in various clinical conditions in which hypoxic microenvironments are generated and reoxygenation follows.
Biological effects of free radicals DNA: chemical changes that if not repaired can inherited to daughter cells Proteins: Oxidative damage to sulfhydryl group and tyrosine residues in protein can lead to formation of oxygen radicals by non enzymatic reactions formation of proteins that are recognized as non self by immune system leading to cross. It is well known that species derived from oxygen are cytotoxic and are involved in the etiology of cancer. Several carcinogens during metabolism exert their effect by producing reactive oxygen species (ROS). One of the consequences of oxidative damage to cellular DNA is mutated. It plays a vital role in the process of carcinogenesis (especially in the initiation and progression).Cited by: 3.
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Receive an update when the latest chapters in this book series are published. Sign in to set up alerts  Low-level chemiluminescence as an indicator of singlet molecular oxygen in biological. Search in this book series. Oxygen Radicals in Biological Systems Part B: Oxygen Radicals and Antioxidants.
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Abelson (Editor), Pt D book I. Simon (Editor), Helmut Sies (Editor), Alexander N. Glazer (Editor) & 1 moreAuthor: John N. Abelson. Oxygen radicals in biological systems. Publication date Topics Oxygen -- Analysis, Radicals (Chemistry), Antioxidants (v) -- pt.
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ISBNReactive oxygen species (ROS) which include free radicals, peroxides, singlet oxygen, ozone, and nitrogen monoxide and dioxide free radicals, is an area of intense research.
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Oxygen Radicals. There are many types of radicals, but those of most concern in biological systems are derived from oxygen, and known collectively as reactive oxygen species.
Oxygen has two unpaired electrons in separate orbitals in its outer shell. This electronic structure makes oxygen especially susceptible to radical formation. Free Radicals and Reactive Oxygen Species. Free radicals are generated in biological systems both as.
The prevalence of oxygen in biological systems means. Free radicals that are normal metabolites in aerobic biological systems have varied reactivities, ranging from the high reactivity of hydroxyl radical (t1/2 = 1 nsec) to the low reactivity of melanins (t 1/2 = days), with the intermediate reactivity of nitric oxide (t 1/2 = sec) and ubisemiquinone (t 1/2 = 10 msec).Cited by: Electron Spin Resonance Investigations of Oxygen-Centered Free Radicals in Biological Systems.- Superoxide Chemistry in Non-Aqueous Media.- Peroxy Radicals and Singlet Oxygen (1O2) from the Addition of Superoxide Ion (O2-) to CCl4, CF3CCl3, PhCCl3, N-BuBr and N-BuCl in Acetonitrile Gutteridge JM, Rowley DA, Halliwell B.
Superoxide-dependent formation of hydroxyl radicals in the presence of iron salts. Detection of 'free' iron in biological systems by using bleomycin-dependent degradation of DNA. Biochem J. Oct 1; (1)– [PMC free article]Cited by: In most biological systems, the free radicals of interest are often referred to as reactive oxygen species (ROS), as the most biologically significant free radicals are oxygen-centered.
ROS produced in cells include superoxide anion (O 2 -), hydroxyl radical (OH) and hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2), although the latter is not technically. Oxygen Radicals Generation and DNA Scission LEV M. WEINER 92 by Anticancer and Synthetic Quinones 9. Spin Trapping of Hydroxyl Radicals in Biological GERALD M.
ROSEN, Systems Sown Pou, BRADLEY E. BRITIGAN, AND MYRON S. COHEN In Vivo Detection of Radical Adducts by Electron RONALD P. MASON AN D Spin Resonance KATHRYN T.
KNECHT Methods in enzymology by Sidney P. Colowick,Academic Press edition, in English There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one. Table of Contents. v Preparation and assay of enzymes. Oxygen radicals in biological systems, pt.C.
v Oxygen radicals in biological systems, pt.D. The biochemical basis of the biological efficacy of oxidants is thus based on a sophisticated balance between catalysis of production and reactivity of oxygen radicals by certain cofactors and transition metals on the one hand and on a reliable detoxification by antioxidants or Cited by: chapter).
The biological roles of sulfur- and carbon-centered radicals are also discussed in Sections and Reactive Oxygen Species Oxygen gas, which is also known as dioxygen or diatomic oxygen, is a free radical species. In the ground state it con. Now in a new edition, this volume meets the need for a complete, in-depth guide to the important new field of radical reactions.
The text is extensively revised and fully updated. It provides biologists, clinicians and other nonchemists with an easy-to-understand study of the nature of free radicals, including explanations of what they are, how they are generated, and how they can react, both.
THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 0 by The American Society of Biological Chemists, Inc. Vol. No, Issue of J pp. Printed in U.S.A. Protein Damage and Degradation by Oxygen Radicals I. GENERAL ASPECTS* .Background. The free radical theory of aging was conceived by Denham Harman in the s, when prevailing scientific opinion held that free radicals were too unstable to exist in biological systems.
This was also before anyone invoked free radicals as a cause of degenerative diseases. Two sources inspired Harman: 1) the rate of living theory, which holds that lifespan is an inverse function of.The free radicals, both the reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS), are derived from both endogenous sources (mitochondria, peroxisomes, endoplasmic reticulum.