International Review of Experimental Pathology: v. 31
Reviews the toxic mechanisms and effects of the transition metals, with emphasis on their activation of oxygen radicals. The book is intended for toxicologists, experimental pathologists, toxicologic pathologists, and cancer researchers.
- Hardback | 195 pages
- 156 x 235mm | 410g
- 01 Jan 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Iron toxicosis, P.Aisen et al; host defences against copper toxicity, D.R.Winge and R.K.Mehra; chromium toxicity and carcinogenesis, J.A.Alcedo and K.E.Wetterhahn; the chemistry of dioxygen species (O2,O2, HOO, and HOOH) and their activation by transition metals, D.T.Sawyer; transition metal ions and oxygen radicals, S.Goldstein and G.Czapski; the cytopathology of metal overload, E.R.Alt et al.