Part I: Introduction to free radicals.
Free radical chemistry
(K.-D. Asmus, M. Bonifačić).
Part II: Reactive species in tissues.
Exercise and oxygen radical production by muscle
Exercise and xanthine oxidase in the vasculature:
superoxide and nitric oxide interactions
(C.R. White et al.).
Part III: Oxidative stress: Mechanisms and manifestations.
Chemical bases and biological relevance of protein oxidation
(O. Tirosh, A.Z. Reznick).
Lipid peroxidation in healthy and diseased models:
influence of different types of exercise
Metal binding agents: possible role in exercise
(R.R. Jenkins, J. Beard).
The role of xanthine oxidase in exercise
Acute phase immune responses in exercise
(J.G. Cannon, J.B. Blumberg).
Oxidative DNA damage in exercise
(A. Hartmann, A.M. Niess).
Part IV: Antioxidant defenses.
Physiological antioxidants and exercise training
(S.K. Powers, C.K. Sen).
Superoxide dismutases in exercise and disease
(K. Suzuki et al.).
Antioxidants and physical exercise
(C.K. Sen, A.H. Goldfarb).
Part V: Nutrition.
Dietary sources and bioavailability of essential and nonessential
(E.A. Decker, P.M. Clarkson).
Part VI: Cellular and molecular mechanisms.
Biological thiols and redox regulation of cellular induced signaling
Regulation and deregulation of vascular smooth muscle