Nitric Oxide Toxicity in Neuronal Injury and Degeneration

  • Alvaro G. Estévez
  • Liliana Viera
  • Andrés Kamaid
  • Joseph S. Beckman
Part of the Nitric Oxide in Biology and Medicine book series (NOBM, volume 2)


The aim of this chapter is to analyze growing evidence suggesting that the interaction between oxidative stress, nitric oxide (NO), and peroxynitrite has a role in the induction of motor neuron death during development, after injury, and in pathological conditions such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). We also speculate about the mechanisms of motor neuron death induced by ALS mutant superoxide dismutases (SOD).


Nitric Oxide Nitric Oxide Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Motor Neuron Trophic Factor 
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  • Alvaro G. Estévez
  • Liliana Viera
  • Andrés Kamaid
  • Joseph S. Beckman

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