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The second one of 2 volumes featuring present study into oxidation platforms, this booklet is meant for biochemists, toxicologists, and pharmacologists. themes mentioned comprise oxidation mechanisms in carcinogenesis, lipid peroxidation and different non-enzymatic reactions of oxygen

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Endogenous formation of N-nitroso compounds in the human as well as in animal models from nitrite and amines or amides have been documented (10, 11). Ascorbic acid was the first naturally occurring substance found to effectively block the formation of Nnitroso compounds (9, 12, 13). Animals administered with appropri­ ate precursor compounds form nitroso carcinogens and subsequently develop tumors. Under these conditions, administration of ascorbic acid in the diet to the animals will prevent the formation of nitroso compounds and occurrance of tumors.

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