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Treatment and prevention of reactive oxygen metabolite-mediated cellular damage



Treatment and prevention of reactive oxygen metabolite-mediated cellular damage



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1247(1), June 5



The present invention relates to a method for preventing and/or reducing cellular and tissue damage caused by reactive oxygen metabolites (ROMs) released by phagocytic or endothelial cells in response to various disease states or pathologies. The methods of the present invention are useful in preventing and treating a variety of disease states or pathological situations in which ROMs are produced and released. The methods of the present invention contemplate reducing ROM-mediated damage by reducing the production and release of ROMs.

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