Estimation Some Antioxidants Enzymes in Stress Patients in Babylon City
Keywords:Antioxidant, SOD2, stress, Oxidative; health; toxicity
Oxidative stress can be defined as an increase in oxidative parameters or a decline in antioxidant defense
mechanisms. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) are antioxidant enzymes. They areresponsible
for eliminating free radicals like superoxide and hydrogen peroxide, and they stand forantioxidant defense
mechanisms an entire of fifty patients and twenty five control subjects were collected between April to
August 2019 several physiological parameters were calculable similar to (SOD, and CAT). The results of
present study illustrated that the patients groups, had greater significant differences (P? 0.05) levels of SOD,
and CAT in contrast with control groups result at significant differences (P? 0.05).
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