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Generowanie rodników tlenowych w procesie autooksydacji hemoprotein

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Generation of oxygen radicals in the process of hemoprotein autoxidation
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Life is a flux of matter, energy and information. Most compounds must remain in
a reduced state in the stream. Living organisms use two sources of energy. Autotrophs utylise
solar energy while heterotrophs make use of energy released from food oxidation.
In the animated world, the turnover of matter is always accompanied by turnover of
energy. Oxygen, which is an element indispensable for life of most organisms (aerobes),
participates in these processes.
In order to provide organisms with appropriate amounts of oxygen, appropriate adaptation
mechanisms have evolved, enabling a continuous supply of this gas to cells. One mechanism
is the vascular system, accompanied, at the molecular level, by the appearance of an
oxygen-carrying respiratory proteins (e.g. hemoglobin, hemocyanin etc.).
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11
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1996
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Publication order reference
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http://hdl.handle.net/11089/14126
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_14126
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