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Editorial | doi:10.5530/ax.2012.2.1


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Subhankar Chakraborty, M.D., Ph.D.


It gives me great pleasure to introduce the fifth issue of Free Radicals and Antioxidants. This issue contains four original research articles, two short communications and a timely review article by Dr Rasikh Javaid[1]. Dr Javaid in his article has analyzed the effects of some commonly employed natural agents that have been shown to have a nephroprotective effect. In an interesting research article, Dr. Kumar and colleagues have investigated the serum levels of selenium in patients with type-II diabetes mellitus with either a presence or absence of cardiovascular or renal complications[2]. Their study, comprising 15 diabetics without complications, 20 with complications and 25 healthy subjects reveals that compared with healthy subjects, those with diabetes have lower serum selenium levels. Further, those diabetics with complications had a lower serum selenium than those without complications.


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