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Spermine prevent iron accumulation and depress lipofuscin accumulation in cultured myocardial cells

Free Radical Biology & Medicine

Jan 1, 1996

Mohammad R Marzabadi, E Lłvaas

PMID: 8855449

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The present work demonstrates that spermine prevents aging in cultured myocytes exposed to oxidative stress. It is found that physiological levels of spermine reduce lipofuscin accumulation with 20%, and that the antioxidative effect compares with vitamin E. By autometallography we also...read more

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Oxidative Stress
Muscle Cells
Cardiomyopathies
Spermine
Vitamin E
Deferoxamine
Desferal
Oxidative Stress Analysis
Lipofuscin
Rats, Holtzman
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Spermine prevent iron accumulation and depress lipofuscin accumulation in cultured myocardial cells

Free Radical Biology & Medicine

Jan 1, 1996

Mohammad R Marzabadi, E Lłvaas

PMID: 8855449

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Abstract

The present work demonstrates that spermine prevents aging in cultured myocytes exposed to oxidative stress. It is found that physiological levels of spermine reduce lipofuscin accumulation with 20%, and that the antioxidative effect compares with vitamin E. By autometallography we also...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Oxidative Stress
Muscle Cells
Cardiomyopathies
Spermine
Vitamin E

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  • Citations7
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