Decreased platelet membrane fluidity in retinal periphlebitis in Eales' disease.
Oxidative damage to cellular membranes plays an important role in the pathobiology of tissue injury. Free radical-induced peroxidation of membrane lipid and protein is associated with alterations in cellular, morphological, biochemical, and physical dynamics, which are related to the mobility of lipid molecules. Retinal photoreceptors and platelets have been shown to be an easy target of oxidants because of their high proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids. This study was undertaken, for the first time, to investigate membrane fluidity in the platelets of patients with Eales' disease.
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