oxidative stress

German: oxidativer Stress
Japanese: 酸化ストレス

Biochemistry. Oxidative stress occurs when oxidative effects by free radicals (e.g. hydrogen peroxide) exceed the ability of antioxidant systems to neutralize them and the balance is in favor of oxidation. The damage in the cells can be oxidation of unsaturated fatty acids, proteins and DNA.

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