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does acetaldehyde reacts with free radicals?

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In conclusion, the results obtained demonstrated that acetaldehyde can be activated to a free radical intermedi- ate when oxidized by xanthine oxidase, and that OH radicals are responsible for this reaction. Acetaldehyde- derived radicals can interact with albumin to form stable adducts.

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acetaldehyde can be activated to a free radical intermedi- ate when oxidized by xanthine oxidase, and that OH radicals are responsible for this reaction. Acetaldehyde- derived radicals can interact with albumin to form stable adducts.

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