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Controlling tumor growth by modulating endogenous production of reactive oxygen speciesLAURENT, Alexis; NICCO, Carole; WEILL, Bernard et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2005, Vol 65, Num 3, pp 948-956, issn 0008-5472, 9 p.Article

Reactive oxygen species : A breath of life or death?FRUEHAUF, John P; MEYSKENS, Frank L.Clinical cancer research. 2007, Vol 13, Num 3, pp 789-794, issn 1078-0432, 6 p.Article

Dr ross ingram memorial essay competition : award presentationMedical journal of Australia. 2005, Vol 183, Num 1, issn 0025-729X, p. 39Article

Curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin, tetrahydrocurcumin and turmerones differentially regulate anti-inflammatory and anti-proliferative responses through a ROS-independent mechanismSANDUR, Santosh K; PANDEY, Manoj K; SUNG, Bokyung et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2007, Vol 28, Num 8, pp 1765-1773, issn 0143-3334, 9 p.Article

Keratinocytes act as a source of reactive oxygen species by transferring hydrogen peroxide to melanocytesPELLE, Edward; MAMMONE, Thomas; MAES, Daniel et al.Journal of investigative dermatology. 2005, Vol 124, Num 4, pp 793-797, issn 0022-202X, 5 p.Article

Prooxidant action of hinokitiol : Hinokitiol-iron dependent generation of reactive oxygen speciesMURAKAMI, Keiko; OHARA, Yoshihiro; HANEDA, Miyako et al.Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology (Print). 2005, Vol 97, Num 6, pp 392-394, issn 1742-7835, 3 p.Article

Diabetic neuropathy and oxidative stressPOP-BUSUI, Rodica; SIMA, Anders; STEVENS, Martin et al.Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews (Print). 2006, Vol 22, Num 4, pp 257-273, issn 1520-7552, 17 p.Article

Curcumin sensitizes tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL)-induced apoptosis through reactive oxygen species-mediated upregulation of death receptor 5 (DR5)EUN MI JUNG; JUN HEE LIM; TAE JIN LEE et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2005, Vol 26, Num 11, pp 1905-1913, issn 0143-3334, 9 p.Article

Differential growth of human embryos in vitro: role of reactive oxygen speciesBEDAIWY, Mohamed A; FALCONE, Tommaso; MOHAMED, Maher S et al.Fertility and sterility. 2004, Vol 82, Num 3, pp 593-600, issn 0015-0282, 8 p.Article

Increased susceptibility to phenytoin teratogenicity : Excessive generation of reactive oxygen species or impaired antioxidant defense?AZARBAYJANI, Faranak; HAKAN BORG, L. A; DANIELSSON, Bengt R et al.Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology (Print). 2006, Vol 99, Num 4, pp 305-311, issn 1742-7835, 7 p.Article

UVA photoirradiation of retinyl palmitate : Formation of singlet oxygen and superoxide, and their role in induction of lipid peroxidationQINGSU XIA; JUN JIE YIN; CHERNG, Shu-Hui et al.Toxicology letters. 2006, Vol 163, Num 1, pp 30-43, issn 0378-4274, 14 p.Article

GRP78 compartmentalized redistribution in Pb-treated glia: Role of GRP78 in lead-induced oxidative stressYONGCHANG QIAN; YING ZHENG; RAMOS, Kenneth S et al.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2005, Vol 26, Num 2, pp 267-275, issn 0161-813X, 9 p.Article

Influence of reactive oxygen species produced by activated leukocytes at the level of apoptosis in mature human spermatozoaVILLEGAS, Juana; SCHULZ, Mabel; SOTO, Lilian et al.Fertility and sterility. 2005, Vol 83, Num 3, pp 808-810, issn 0015-0282, 3 p.Article

Cytotoxicity, ROS-generation activity and radical-scavenging activity of curcumin and related compoundsFUJISAWA, Seiichiro; ATSUMI, Toshiko; ISHIHARA, Mariko et al.Anticancer research. 2004, Vol 24, Num 2B, pp 563-569, issn 0250-7005, 7 p.Article

Emodin enhances arsenic trioxide-induced apoptosis via generation of reactive oxygen species and inhibition of survival signalingJING YI; JIE YANG; RONG HE et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2004, Vol 64, Num 1, pp 108-116, issn 0008-5472, 9 p.Article

Neutral and positively charged thiols synergize the effect of the immunomodulator AS101 as a growth inhibitor of Jurkat cells, by increasing its uptakeFREI, Gabi M; LEBENTHAL, Ilana; ALBECK, Michael et al.Biochemical pharmacology. 2007, Vol 74, Num 5, pp 712-722, issn 0006-2952, 11 p.Article

Polymorphonuclear leukocytes increase the adhesion of circulating tumor cells to microvascular endotheliumTEN KATE, Miranda; AALBERS, Arend G. J; SLUITER, Wim et al.Anticancer research. 2007, Vol 27, Num 1A, pp 17-22, issn 0250-7005, 6 p.Article

Leukocyte adhesion molecules and reactive oxygen species in preeclampsiaHOLTHE, Mette Ree; STAFF, Anne Cathrine; BERGE, Lillian Nordboe et al.Obstetrics and gynecology (New York. 1953). 2004, Vol 103, Num 5, pp 913-922, issn 0029-7844, 10 p., 2Article

Role of p53 in sensing oxidative DNA damage in response to reactive oxygen species-generating agentsACHANTA, Geetha; PENG HUANG.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2004, Vol 64, Num 17, pp 6233-6239, issn 0008-5472, 7 p.Article

Involvement of reactive oxygen species in multidrug resistance of a vincristine-selected lymphoblastomaTSAI, Shih-Ying; SUN, Nian-Kang; LU, Hsing-Pang et al.Cancer science. 2007, Vol 98, Num 8, pp 1206-1214, issn 1347-9032, 9 p.Article

Efficient execution of cell death in non-glycolytic cells requires the generation of ROS controlled by the activity of mitochondrial H+-ATP synthaseSANTAMARIA, Gema; MARTINEZ-DIEZ, Marta; FABREGAT, Isabel et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2006, Vol 27, Num 5, pp 925-935, issn 0143-3334, 11 p.Article

Asbestos-derived reactive oxygen species activate TGF-β1POCIASK, Derek A; SIME, Patricia J; BRODY, Arnold R et al.Laboratory investigation. 2004, Vol 84, Num 8, pp 1013-1023, issn 0023-6837, 11 p.Article

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) control the expression of Bcl-2 family proteins by regulating their phosphorylation and ubiquitinationDECHAO LI; UETA, Eisaku; KIMURA, Tsuyoshi et al.Cancer science. 2004, Vol 95, Num 8, pp 644-650, issn 1347-9032, 7 p.Article

Intrinsic oxidative stress in cancer cells: a biochemical basis for therapeutic selectivityOLDHAM HILEMAN, Elizabeth; JINSONG LIU; ALBITAR, Maher et al.Cancer chemotherapy and pharmacology. 2004, Vol 53, Num 3, pp 209-219, issn 0344-5704, 11 p.Article

Investigating the role of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor in benzene-initiated toxicity in vitroBADHAM, Helen J; WINN, Louise M.Toxicology (Amsterdam). 2007, Vol 229, Num 3, pp 177-185, issn 0300-483X, 9 p.Article

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