Oxidative stress is a key feature in vascular homeostasis. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are produced by multiple enzymatic sources located in various anatomical structures of the vascular wall, such as the vascular endothelium, the smooth muscle cells and inflammatory cells infiltrating sub-endothelial space and the rest of the vascular wall. Although ROS behave as signaling molecules regulating important aspects of vascular physiology, their excess generation is harmful. Further to the cyto...Expand abstract
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Targeting redox signaling in the vascular wall: from basic science to clinical practice.
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