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Vol. 13, Art. 57 (pp. 682-700)    |    2012       
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Radioprotective properties of modern antioxidants
Tarumov R.A., Basharin V.A., Grebenyuk A.N.

Medical Military Academy named after S.M. Kirov



Brief summary

Every year the problem of chemical defense against exposure to ionizing radiation becomes more and more important. The attempts are being made to find new pharmacological agents that a high radioprotective efficacy and low toxicity. They have to be equally effective, safe and convenient to use. In present time antioxidants are being considered as a promising radioprotective drugs.


Key words

radiation, radiation injuries, radioprotector, treatment, antioxidant.





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