Antioxidant networks Antioxidant networks in health and disease
The research in this project focuses on the role of redox processes in drug toxicity and in pathologies of the lung, the cardiovascular system and the liver. Moreover, the possibilities for therapeutic intervention with antioxidants are explored. Antioxidants, which are studied, are either food-derived compounds or drugs. The research is performed on a (bio-)chemical, cellular, organ or whole animal level. Also clinical human research is performed.
Examples of ongoing studies or studies in the past are:
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Guido Haenen is currently professor in “Redox Modulation of Pharmacological and Toxicological Processes”. He was registered as Pharmacist in 1985 (wit more ...
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Gertjan den Hartog
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Timme van der Lugt
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