Free Radicals, more constraints

proctorp at delphi.com proctorp at delphi.com
Tue Jan 31 21:14:15 EST 1995

Re: Pro-oxidant properties of antioxidants
   Another problem is that a lot of " antioxidant " reducing substance
can generate free radicals by reducing oxygen to its radical
products.  Thus, for example, homocysteine, a very strong reducing
substance, seems to be involved in atherosclerosis and another
" antioxidant " , uric acid, produces gouty arthritis.
Dr. Dr. Peter Proctor

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