Free Radicals: Biology and Detection by Spin Trapping by Gerald M. RosenFree Radicals: Biology and Detection by Spin Trapping by Gerald M. Rosen

Free Radicals: Biology and Detection by Spin Trapping

byGerald M. Rosen, Bradley E. Britigan, Howard J. Halpern

Hardcover | October 28, 1999

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Free radicals, molecules with unpaired electrons, are highly reactive and play key roles in physiologic regulation and in many degenerative and pathologic processes, making them a fertile area of research. This book focuses on spin trapping, a sophisticated technique for the identification offree radicals in biological systems. The method is complex, and this book offers an in-depth guide to all of the critical aspects needed for its application to free radicals in biology. This includes advice on interpreting results, trouble-shooting, and experimental designs. The book looks at futuredirections in the field and will prove an invaluable resource for investigators working in the biology of free radicals, regardless of whether they are new or highly experienced in the applications of spin trapping.
Gerald M. Rosen is at University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Bradley E. Britigan is at University of Iowa.
Title:Free Radicals: Biology and Detection by Spin TrappingFormat:HardcoverPublished:October 28, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195095057

ISBN - 13:9780195095050

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Table of Contents

1. In the Beginning2. The Oxygen Paradox3. Nitric Oxide: A Simple Molecule with Complex Biological Functions4. Methods of Free Radical Detection5. Spin Trapping Free Radicals: Historical Perspective6. The Synthesis of Spin Traps7. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: Principles and Practical Aspects8. Kinetics of Spin Trapping Free Radicals9. The Chemistry of Spin Traps and Spin Trapped Adducts10. Spin Trapping Free Radicals in Biological Systems11. The Pharmacological Activity of Spin Traps12. Future DirectionsNotesIndex