Fighting oxidative stressáto treat cartilage, brain and bone disease

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KU Leuven researchers have discovered a novel mechanism that prevents oxidative stress and therefore provides protection against joint, brain and bone diseases.

When the cells in our body have a normal metabolism, this results in the production of chemically reactive molecules that contain oxygen, also called reactive oxygen species. However, excessive accumulation of these substances damages the cells and tissues. This process is called oxidative stress. ...

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