Editorial - Journal of Gastroenterology and Digestive Diseases (2021) Volume 6, Issue 2
Editorial on Antioxidant Effects of Eugenol on aerophilous Stress induced by peroxide in Islets of Langerhans Isolated from Male Mouse
Increased glucose triggers the onset of a series of cascading reactions, that eventually result in accrued production of free radicals and aerophilic stress in varied tissues like the exocrine gland. various reports have shown that reactive chemical element species (ROS) will induce harm in cells and tissues. many endogenous inhibitor compounds together with SOD (SOD), glutathione, and enzyme (CAT) defend cells against free radicals, particularly ROS. Meanwhile, studies have shown a major reduction within the quantity of catalyst and accelerator antioxidants within the blood and cells throughout chronic diseases like polygenic disease .