volume 128, issue 1-2, P101-116 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2003.10.009
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Abstract: Isoprostanes are widely recognized as useful markers of membrane lipid peroxidation. It seems to be less well appreciated, however, that they also elicit important biological responses, even though this was first shown at the same time that they were introduced as markers of oxidative stress. The past several years have seen the list of cells/tissues which are sensitive to isoprostanes grow considerably: in fact, as we summarize here, there is now evidence that essentially every cell type in the lung responds …

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