Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Free 3-Chlorotyrosine, 3-Bromotyrosine, Ortho-Tyrosine, and 3-Nitrotyrosine in Biological Fluids
Reactive oxidants are thought to protect the host by destroying invading microbes (1). However, owing to their indiscriminate nature, reactive oxidants might also damage the host if generated inappropriately. Indeed, they have been implicated in a wide array of pathologies (2, 3, 4).
KeywordsArtifact Formation Internal Standard Peak Artifact Peak Chemical Ionization Mode Standard Peak Area
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