Role of Peroxidase in Stimulation of the Pentose Cycle of A549 Cells by Aerobic Irradiation
The glutathione redox cycle is the major pathway for providing cells with reducing equivalents for bioreduction of drug-or radiation-induced superoxide and peroxide (1).
KeywordsA549 Cell Peroxy Radical Organic Peroxide Buthionine Sulfoximine Model Lipid Membrane
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