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  1. Bull. ARN, 1999, p. 24-47., ISSN.1146-6200.

    Use of electron spin resonance to assess free radical generation in cigarette smoke and tar

    CULCASI M.; PIETRI S.
    Universités d'Aix-Marseille I et III, Fac. de Sciences de Saint-Jérôme, Lab. S.R.E.P., CNRS UMR 6517, Marseille, France
    Free radicals are short-lived reactive species involved as reactive intermediates in a number of chemical processes that, in some cases, can be exploited (polymer science). In biological milieu, oxyradicals such as superoxide O 2-. and hydroxyl HO· have ...
  2. Bull. ARN, 2000, p. 69-84., ISSN.1146-6200.

    The place of of ESR spectrometry in the study of free radicals in cigarette smoke; a comparative kinetic study of their toxicity on 3T3 cells

    PIETRI S.; BONNE C.; MULLER A.
    Universités d'Aix-Marseille I et III, Fac. de Sciences de Saint-Jérôme, Lab. S.R.E.P., CNRS UMR 6517, Marseille, France
    Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectrometry has been widely used to assess and quantify free radical production in cigarette smoke and its separated gazeaus phase (reviewed in CULCASI M. & PIETRI S.- 1999- Bull. ARN, 24-47). In cultures of murine ...