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Lipid Peroxidation In Biomembranes

By Valerian E. Kagan Copyright 1988
    189 Pages
    by CRC Press

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    This book will explain the colossal potential of life to cope with different living environments is possible owing to the exceptionally well developed mechanisms of adaptation to environmental conditions. There is an innumerable variety of concrete mechanisms which make it possible for living creatures to adapt to different and changing environmental conditions. Nevertheless, all this variety is the manifestation of the three strategic line of the adaptation process: 1. Evolutional or genotypic adaptation. 2. Phenotypic adaptation. 3. Rapid adaptation.

    1. Lipid Peroxidition Products In Vivo 2. Molecular Mechanisms of Biomembrane Caused by LPO 3. Role of LPO for biomembrane Damage In Vivo 4. The Role of LPO in Normal Physiological Processes