Updated: Jan 17
This is a list of articles and papers on Redox Signaling from the science and medical communities. The discovery of Redox Signaling Molecules and eventual ability to stabilize them in a solution outside the human body has taken nearly two decades to accomplish. ASEA is the product of this discovery and the millions of dollars and years of research spent to date.
ASEA Patent and White Papers
Peer Reviewed Papers on Redox Signaling Molecules (abstracts only)
Arteriosclr Throm. Vasc. Biol., v20, p2175-2183 (2000), “Modulation of Protein Kinase Activity and gene expression by reactive oxygen species and their role in vascular physiology and pathophysiology”, Kathy K. Griendling, et al.
J of Medical Microbio, v52, p643-651 (2003), “Reassessment of the microbicidal activity of reactive oxygen species and hypochlorous acid with reference to the phagocytic vacuole of the neutrophil granulocyte”, Emer P. Reeves.
Molec. Bio. of the Cell, v18, p2002-2012 (Jun 2007), “Superoxide Flux in Endothelial Cells via the Chloride Channel-3 Mediates Intracellular Signaling”, B.J. Hawkins, M. Madesh, C.J. Kirkpatrick, A.B. Fisher.