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Reactive oxygen species and NOX enzymes are emerging as key players in cutaneous wound repair Lévigne, Dominik; Modarressi Ghavami, Seyed Ali; Pepper, Michael Sean; Pittet Cuenod, Brigitte Maud 2017
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More than a nutrient: the role of oxygen in the pathophysiology and therapy of chronic wounds in ischemic and hyperglycemic conditions Lévigne, Dominik 2014
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Role of oxidative stress and calcium regulation in Duchenne muscular dystrophy: pharmacological investigations Ismail, Hesham 2013
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Reactive oxygen species: from health to disease Brieger, Katharine; Schiavone, Stefania; Miller, F J (Jr); Krause, Karl-Heinz 2012
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Inflammatory mediators in the central nervous system: focus on chemokine receptor CCR5 and NOX enzymes Sorce, Silvia 2009
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Protein kinase C activity is not involved in N-formylmethionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine-induced phospholipase D activation in human neutrophils, but is essential for concomitant NADPH oxidase activation: studies with a staurosporine analogue with improved selectivity for protein kinase C Kessels, G. C.; Krause, Karl-Heinz; Verhoeven, A. J. 1993