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Alternative TitleMolecular Pathogens Cause of Chronic Disease Mediated with Oxide
邹兆中1; 金锋2
First Author邹兆中
Source Publication医学综述
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In the last few decades,the study on the etiology of chronic diseases including cancer has been exploring how mutant gene leads to disease. The transmission of autoimmune disease and cancer metastasis are closely associated with oxides,that the same development process of chronic disease and the relations between these diseases revealed that chronic diseases are associated with a special class of pathogenic microbes. One type of the microbes causes one particular disease.These microbes infect cells to hybridize with cell's genes,making genetic changes,and synthesize new proteins. These proteins trigger immune response and cause diseases. The discovery of this class of pathogens provides a better understanding of the etiology of chronic diseases,which is of great significance for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases.

Keyword氧化物 氧化损伤 细胞膜 核酸酶 外来核酸片段
Subject Area生理心理学/生物心理学
DOI10. 3969 /j. issn. 1006-2084. 2017. 04. 004
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Corresponding Author邹兆中
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邹兆中,金锋. 分子病原体以氧化物媒介制造慢性病[J]. 医学综述,2017,23(4):639-644.
APA 邹兆中,&金锋.(2017).分子病原体以氧化物媒介制造慢性病.医学综述,23(4),639-644.
MLA 邹兆中,et al."分子病原体以氧化物媒介制造慢性病".医学综述 23.4(2017):639-644.
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