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Capsaicin Alleviates the Deteriorative Mitochondrial Function by Upregulating 14-3-3η in Anoxic or Anoxic/Reoxygenated Cardiomyocytes

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Capsaicin Alleviates the Deteriorative Mitochondrial Function by Upregulating 14-3-3η in Anoxic or Anoxic/Reoxygenated Cardiomyocytes

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Capsaicin Alleviates the Deteriorative Mitochondrial Function by Upregulating 14-3-3η in Anoxic or Anoxic/Reoxygenated Cardiomyocytes

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Capsaicin Alleviates the Deteriorative Mitochondrial Function by Upregulating 14-3-3η in Anoxic or Anoxic/Reoxygenated Cardiomyocytes

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United States: Hindawi

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Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity, 2020, Vol.2020, p.1750289-16

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English

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Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are byproducts of a defective electron transport chain (ETC). The redox couples, GSH/GSSG and NAD+/NADH, play an essential role in physiology as internal defenses against excessive ROS generation by facilitating intracellular/mitochondrial (mt) redox homeostasis. Anoxia alone and anoxia/reoxygenation (A/R) are dissimil...

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Capsaicin Alleviates the Deteriorative Mitochondrial Function by Upregulating 14-3-3η in Anoxic or Anoxic/Reoxygenated Cardiomyocytes

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1942-0900

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1942-0994

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10.1155/2020/1750289

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