Plasma Total Cysteine and Cardiovascular Risk Burden: Action and Interaction

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De Chiara, Benedetta; Sedda, Valentina; Parolini, Marina; Campolo, Jonica; De Maria, Renata; Caruso, Raffaele; Pizzi, Gianluigi; Disoteo, Olga; Dellanoce, Cinzia; Corno, Anna Rosa; Cighetti, Giuliana; Parodi, Oberdan;
  • Publisher: The Scientific World Journal
  • Journal: The Scientific World Journal,volume 2,012 (issn: 1537-744X, eissn: 1537-744X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1100/2012/303654, pmc: PMC3346700
  • Subject: Research Article | cardiovascular risk factors; lipid peroxidation; total plasma cysteine | cysteine | Medicine | Technology | cardiovascular risk factors | redox state | Q | R | Settore MED/11 - Malattie dell'Apparato Cardiovascolare | T | Science | Article Subject | oxidative stress

We hypothesized that redox analysis could provide sensitive markers of the oxidative pathway associated to the presence of an increasing number of cardiovascular risk factors (RFs), independently of type. We classified 304 subjects without cardiovascular disease into 4 ... View more
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