Adaptative mechanisms of the cell against oxidative stress and damage removal
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This review describe the role of adaptative mechanisms of the cell against oxidative damage induced by free radicals. Adaptative response refers the ability of cells to better resist the damaging effects of toxic agent when first preexposed to a lover dose. Extensive studies have revealed that oxidized proteins are recognized by proteases and completely degraded to amino acids. In this way damaged proteins are removed.
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R.Farbiszewski, Zaklad Chemii Nieorganicznej i Analitycznej AM, 15-230 Bialystok 8, P.O. Box 14