Role Of Oxidative Stress In Diabetic Complications

The oxidative stress plays a key role in diabetic complications because the oxidative stress leads to the whole-body damage, vitamin deficiency and sleepiness. If the flow of blood glucose level is not on normal, then the body imbalance also takes place. Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) deplete antioxidant defenses, rendering the affected cells and tissues more susceptible to oxidative damage. Lipid, DNA, and protein are the cellular targets for oxidation, leads to changes in cellular structure and function.

 

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