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Redox Biochemistry

Ruma Banerjee (Editor), Donald Becker (Associate Editor), Martin Dickman (Associate Editor), Vadim Gladyshev (Associate Editor), Stephen Ragsdale (Associate Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-471-78624-5
317 pages
December 2007
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Redox Biochemistry provides an excellent text and useful resource for students and practicing researches on redox biochemistry in medical biochemistry, enzyme structure and catalysis, environmental biochemistry, and nutrition. Additionally, it provides a useful resource for practicing researchers in the fields, particularly those in medicine (carcinogenesis, neurology and neurodegenerative diseases, cataracts/lens biochemistry, dental studies), immunology, nutrition, environmental, and pharmaceutical sciences
  • Richly illustrated, with full color throughout
  • Includes contributions from top-notch authors and experts in the field, and is edited by the leader in redox biochemistry, Ruma Banerjee.
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Table of Contents


List of Abbreviations.


1. Redox Metabolism and Life (Ruma Banerjee)

2. Antioxidant Molecules and Redox Cofactors (Donald Becker)

3. Antioxidant Enzymes (Vadim Gladyshev)

4. Redox Regulation of Physiological Processes (Martin Dickman)

5. Pathological Processes Related to Redox (Ruma Banerjee)

6. Specialized Methods (Stephen Ragsdale)

7. Index.

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Author Information

Ruma Banerjee, PhD, is the Vincent Massey Collegiate Professor of Biological Chemistry at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She was the founding director of the Nebraska Redox Biology Center. Dr. Banerjee has published over one hundred articles and several book chapters, and edited The Chemistry and Biochemistry of Vitamin B-12 (Wiley).

Drs. Becker, Dickman, Gladyshev, and Ragsdale are the Associate Editors and were all members of the Redox Biology Center at the University of Nebraska when this book project began. Drs. Dickman and Ragsdale are currently at Texas A&M and the University of Michigan respectively.

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The Wiley Advantage

  • Richly illustrated, with full color throughout
  • Provides numerous formulas, figures, and tables, and references to related resources
  • Chapters focus on various aspects of five primary areas of redox biochemistry (Antioxidant molecules and redox cofactors; Antioxidant enzymes; Redox regulation of physiological processes; Pathological processes related to redo; and Specialized methods)
  • Spans a wide range of topics, including redox enzymology, mycobacterial drug targets, immunology, neurophysiology and oxygen sensing, electrophysiology of macrophage activation, circadian rhythms, and many more
  • Includes an FTP site for instructors (website has power point slides of all images used in text)
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