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Name Glutathione Redox Reactions II
Description General Background Thiols play several major roles in the cell; they help maintain the redox balance, keep a reduced environment, fight reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, and they are involved in the detoxification of many other toxins and stress-inducing factors (see glutathione-mediated detoxification). In most organisms, the major thiol is the tripeptide glutathione (?-Glu-Cys-Gly, known as GSH), whose intracellular concentration ranges from 0.5-10 mM (see ?-glutamyl cycle). Most of the glutathione pool is kept in its reduced form. The functionality of GSH largely depends on its being in a reduced form. About This Pathway Oxidative damage to proteins often results
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