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  FAQ: Superoxide Dismutases for hair loss
Superoxide dismutases are enzymes which destroy superoxide free radical (O2-), an important biological mediator.
These may be important in mediating parts of the immune response, as well as for tissue damage in a large number of diseases.
For example, Superoxide dismutase in its pharmaceutical form " Orgotein " is a potent antiinflammatory agent uner the trade name Palosein.
www.drproctor.com /sod1.htm   (949 words)

  
  Superoxide Dismutase SOD enzyme
Superoxide Dismutase, or SOD, is a metalloenzyme whose active center is occupied by copper and zinc, sometimes manganese or iron.
Superoxide dismutases are enzymes that play major roles in the protection of cells against oxidative damage.
The two major forms of superoxide dismutase (SOD) in humans are the mitochondrial manganese SOD and the cytosolic copper/zinc SOD.
www.greatvistachemicals.com /biochemicals/superoxide_dismutase.html   (797 words)

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