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M Cambi, L Tamburrino, S Marchiani, B Olivito, C Azzari, G Forti, E Baldi, and M Muratori

Introduction Oxidative stress (OS) occurs when the production of free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) overwhelms the activity of the antioxidant defences in the cell. This pathological condition has been involved in ageing and in many

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Carolina Marvaldi, Daniel Martin, Julia G Conte, María Florencia Gottardo, Matías L Pidre, Mercedes Imsen, Martin Irizarri, Sharron L Manuel, Francesca E Duncan, Víctor Romanowski, Adriana Seilicovich, and Gabriela Jaita

oxidative stress on female reproduction: a review . Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 10 49 . ( ) Almeida CP Ferreira MCF Silveira CO Campos JR Borges IT Baeta PG Silva FHS Reis FM Del

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Anne-Laure Nivet, Christian Vigneault, Patrick Blondin, and Marc-André Sirard

tissue response to oxidative stress by modulating the GSH store in mouse ( Berruyer et al . 2004 ). VNN1 −/− mice display downregulated inflammation ( Berruyer et al . 2004 ). Our results are consistent with these previous studies. Angiogenesis needs

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Juan M Gallardo Bolaños, Carolina M Balao da Silva, Patricia Martín Muñoz, Antolín Morillo Rodríguez, María Plaza Dávila, Heriberto Rodríguez-Martínez, Inés M Aparicio, José A Tapia, Cristina Ortega Ferrusola, and Fernando J Peña

isotype controls (Alexa Fluor 488 and 647 conjugates). Simultaneous flow cytometric assessment of subtle membrane changes, viability and oxidative stress The following stock solutions were prepared in DMSO: Yo-Pro-1 (25 μM), Eth-1 (1.167 mM) and CellRox (5

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Courtney Barber, Yann Yap, Natalie J Hannan, Euan M Wallace, and Sarah A Marshall

placenta to try and promote increased trophoblastic invasion ( Smith et al. 2002 , Muttukrishna et al. 2006 , Park et al. 2015 ). This pathological increase in activin A, in turn, likely enhances the maternal oxidative stress response, contributing

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Yan Wang, Hualin Huang, Minghua Zeng, Ru-Ping Quan, Jun-Ting Yang, Dan Guo, Ying Sun, Hongwen Deng, and Hongmei Xiao

oxidative stress is one of the major factors that induce oocyte apoptosis ( Tiwari et al . 2015 ). Thus, we hypothesize that, in the Zp2 MT/MT rat, destruction of the integrity of the ZP impairs the bidirectional signaling between the oocyte and

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Caroline Schwarzer, Marcin Siatkowski, Martin J Pfeiffer, Nicole Baeumer, Hannes C A Drexler, Bingyuan Wang, Georg Fuellen, and Michele Boiani

have revealed that maternal ageing is accompanied by changes in the levels of oocytic mRNAs involved in mitochondrial function, apoptosis, oxidative stress, cell cycle regulation, chromosome stability and epigenetic modification, in both mouse and human

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Robert Sullivan and Fabrice Saez

associated with epididymosomes in murine species ( Rejraji et al . 2002 ). GPX5 is a seleno-independent GPX protecting sperm from oxidative stress, including preserving their DNA integrity ( Chabory et al . 2009 ). Epididymosomes thus appear to play a role

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Roldán-Olarte Mariela, Maillo Verónica, Sánchez-Calabuig María Jesús, Beltrán-Breña Paula, Rizos Dimitrios, and Gutiérrez-Adán Alfonso

, TJP1 ), oxidative stress ( SOD2 , GPX1 ), cell cycle ( CCNB1 ), oocyte quality ( GDF9 , BMP15 ) and serpin protease inhibitors ( SERPINE1 , SERPINA5 ) as previously described by several authors ( Feuerstein et al. 2007 , Assidi et al. 2008

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Behzad Hajizadeh Maleki and Bakhtyar Tartibian

the disease severity. Figure 2 Changes in the seminal markers of oxidative stress in the COVID-19 and control (CON) groups during the study. The values are presented as the mean ± s.d. † P < 0.05, significantly different from baseline values