3 edition of Biochemical and medical aspects of active oxygen found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Osamu Hayaishi, Kozi Asada.|
|Contributions||Hayaishi, Osamu, 1920-, Asada, Kōzi, 1933-|
|LC Classifications||QP535.O1 B56 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||77025050|
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The cellular events underlying rapid cellular damage in different organs are potentially of great medical importance, for example muscular dystrophy, liver damage and the preservation of kidneys for transplantation. Many hypotheses exist for the biochemical pathways involved in these damage processes. The roles of calcium and active oxygen metabolites are of . These factors act upon deoxynucleic acid (DNA) of normal cells and thereby induce cancer [1,2]. Among these factors, viruses act directly on the DNA, but radiation beams and chemical agents create a large amount of active oxygen species in the cytoplasm of the cells and the surplus active oxygen species produce the cancer due to their effect on.
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Biochemical and medical aspects of active oxygen. Baltimore: University Park Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Osamu Hayaishi; Kōzi Asada.
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Author(s): Asada,Kozi,; Hayaishi,Osamu, Title(s): Biochemical and medical aspects of active oxygen/ edited by Osamu Hayaishi, Kozi Asada. Contributors discuss the biochemical and clinical aspects of oxygen, focusing on reactions and areas relating to heme, flavin, copper and nonheme iron proteins, organ transplants, carbon monoxide formation and detoxification, oxidant drugs and pollutants, oxygen toxicity, enzyme inactivation, lipid peroxidation, membrane destruction.
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Chloroplasts: Formation of Active Oxygen and Its Scavenging By KozI ASADA Chloroplast thylakoids univalently photoreduce molecular oxygen producing through autoxidation of an electron acceptor in photosys- tem I.
In addition, in chloroplasts chlorophyll-photosensitized production of IOz is an unavoidable reaction. The field of "Oxygen Activation" has attracted considerable interest recently, not only because it presents challenges in those fields of basic research that aim to understand the fundamental aspects of chemical and biological reactions that involve dioxygen, but also because of its wide range of practical implications in such diverse fields as medicine, synthesis of pharmaceuticals.
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Chemical, Biological and Medical Aspects. INHIBITION OF OXYGEN TOXICITY BY REGULATING ACTIVE OXYGEN METABOLISM IN AND AROUND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS WITH SITE-DIRECTED SOD DERIVATIVES. This book was inspired by the presentations delivered at the Oxidative Damage & Repair Symposium (November, ).
Get this from a library. Medical, biochemical, and chemical aspects of free radicals: proceedings of the 4th Biennial General Meeting of the Society for Free Radical Research, Kyoto, Japan, April [Osamu Hayaishi;].
Journals & Books; Help; COVID campus Cytochrome c oxidase and super- ~3 K. Soda, T. Kido, and K. Asada, "Biochemical and Medical Aspects of Active Oxygen" (O. Hayaishi and R.
Asada, eds.), pp. Univ. of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 27 OXYGEN RADICAL SPECIES  oxide dismutase are representative of two distinct types of redox. Oxygen-Ozone therapy is a complementary approach less known than homeopathy and acupuncture because it has come of age only three decades ago.
This book clarifies that, in the often nebulous field of natural medicine, the biological bases of ozone therapy are totally in line with classical biochemistry, physiological and pharmacological knowledge. Cellular and Medical Aspects References I Models Used with Cells and Tissues 2 Radiolysis of DNA and Model Systems in the Presence of Oxygen I.
Introduction II. General Aspects of Peroxyl Radical Chemistry III. Model Systems IV. Strand Breakage in DNA and Polynucleotides in the Presence of Oxygen V. Base Damage in DNA VI. The Oxygen Effect. A. Generation and Physiological Action of Active Oxygen Species in an Organism 生体内の活性酸素種の生成と生理作用 O2 O2 - H2O2, HO., 1 O2 H2O Active Oxygen Species Antioxidant Cyto-toxicity Application for Biochemical Reactions and Defense Systems against Other Organisms e- Food Generation of Energy excess amount 5.
NatureWilmore D. and Aulick L. Metabolic changes in burned patients. Surg. Clin. North Amer Yagi K. and Ohishi N. Mechanism of degeneration of the retina of animals exposed to a high concentration of oxygen. In: Hayaishi O., Asada, K. (eds) Biochemical and Medical Aspects of Active Oxygen.
HYPERBARIC oxygen is known to be mutagenic towards Escherichia coli1–3. But, can oxygen be mutagenic at tensions physiological to man. We have studied this question using oxygen. The first part of the book deals with the chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and toxicity of oxygen, including chapters on hemoglobin reactivity and regulation; the major cellular and physiological control mechanisms of blood flow and oxygen delivery; hemoglobin and myoglobin; nitric oxide and oxygen; and the role of reactive oxygen and.
Medical, Biochemical and Chemical Aspects of Free Radicals Volumes 1 and 2 active oxygen, vitamin E, antioxidants, superoxide dismutase, assay methods, lipid peroxidation, lipid peroxides, prosta- This book is a major (and enjoyable) source of information.
1) Asada, K., M. Takahashi and Y. Nakano. Formation of active oxygen and its fate in chloroplasts. In “Biochemical and Medical Aspects of Active Oxygen” ed. by O. Hayashi. The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Cancer Center Redox & Bioenergetics Shared Resource (RBSR) provides state-of-the-art instrumentation, cutting-edge techniques, and sophisticated expertise dedicated to investigating cancer cell metabolism and redox signaling.Researcher “Nishikimi Morimitsu” Detailed information of the J-GLOBAL is a service based on the concept of Linking, Expanding, and Sparking, linking science and technology information which hitherto stood alone to support the generation of ideas.
By linking the information entered, we provide opportunities to make unexpected discoveries and obtain knowledge from dissimilar .Many hypotheses exist for the biochemical pathways involved in these damage processes. The roles of calcium and active oxygen metabolites are of particular interest.
There is considerable literature on both these triggering agents and good evidence for their involvement in the genesis of damage, although little agreement on their precise roles.