Much outstanding progress concerning the application of ESR spectroscopy/imaging in the biomedical field has been made in recent years. The literature in this field has already been specifically covered by several reviews. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the most important findings, obtained in the last four years, in the detection and localization of different exogenous free radicals, as well as of endogenous free radicals in diverse experimental animal models.

Current status of electron spin resonance (ESR) for in vivo detection of free radicals

QUARESIMA, VALENTINA;FERRARI, Marco
1998

Abstract

Much outstanding progress concerning the application of ESR spectroscopy/imaging in the biomedical field has been made in recent years. The literature in this field has already been specifically covered by several reviews. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the most important findings, obtained in the last four years, in the detection and localization of different exogenous free radicals, as well as of endogenous free radicals in diverse experimental animal models.
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