Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 159)
The Use of a Peroxidase Electrode to Measure the Effects of Nitro Compounds on Intact Cells
Metabolic reduction of nitro compounds in mammalian cells results in formation of intermediates, principally nitro radical anions, which can react with cellular oxygen (4,5,9).
KeywordsUric Acid Xanthine Oxidase H202 Production Nitro Compound Electrode Response
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