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Journal August 2012 (Vol 34, No 8)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Mechanisms of Oxidative Injury in Equine Disease by David Wong , DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVECC, Rustin M. Moore , DVM, PhD, DACVS, Charles Brockus , DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVP

1. An oxidation reaction involves
2. A reduction reaction involves
3. ROS are
4. Which cell type, when it accumulates in tissues, is commonly associated with ROS production and subsequent tissue/cellular damage?
5. Which antioxidant is present in cell membranes?
6. Lipid peroxidation is common in cell membranes because
7. Which of the following molecules can be cytotoxic?
8. ROS are produced
9. In which equine condition does oxidative stress play a role?
10. In IR injury, a large number of neutrophils may accumulate, causing
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