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Influence of Cyclophosphamide, Oxygen Radicals and Dietary Vitamin-E on Lipid Composition and Fluidity of Lung Membranes (1987)

Title:

Influence of Cyclophosphamide, Oxygen Radicals and Dietary Vitamin-E on Lipid Composition and Fluidity of Lung Membranes

Key words:

oxygen radicals

Research Institution:

University of Florida

Location:

Florida

Researcher:

J.M. Patel

Project Description:

Dr. Patel studied how the normal composition and functioning of cell membranes in the lungs can be damaged by an anti-cancer drug or by highly unstable metabolites of oxygen, and whether this might be prevented by vitamin E in the diet.

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