Paroxetine may prevent ROS damage in diabetes patients

12/16/2012 | RedOrbit

The antidepressant paroxetine appeared to stave off reactive oxygen species molecules associated with hyperglycemia in diabetes patients, according to a study in Diabetes. Researchers said the drug prevents ROS damage by lowering concentrations and suppressing production of superoxide.

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