volume 26, issue 7, P329-344 2017
DOI: 10.1089/ars.2016.6720
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Abstract: ABSTRACTSignificance: Reactive oxygen species are produced during normal metabolism in cells, and their excesses have been implicated in protein damage and toxicity, as well as in the activation of signaling events. In particular, hydrogen peroxide participates in the regulation of different physiological processes as well as in the induction of antioxidant cascades, and often the redox molecular events triggering these pathways are based on reversible cysteine oxidation. Recent Advances: Increases in peroxid…

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