Lipid hydroperoxides

Last Updated: September 25 2022

Lipid hydroperoxides (LOOHs) are a step in the chemical process of oxidative damage of cell membranes and other lipid (fat) containing cell structures. They're a damage product that can oxidize further and can also cause damage itself.

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