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Latest revision as of 10:12, 2 October 2019

Forms of oxygen that have enhanced chemical reactivity compared with the normal oxygen molecule; many are free radicals (see also free radical).Risk factorPhysical condition or lifestyle that in epidemiological studies appears to increase susceptibility to a particular disease.

Source: Biotechnology Glossary




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