Radical Damage Involving Sulfur-Containing Enzymes and Membrane Lipids
Free radicals induce protein modifications, often associated to many biological phenomena. This mini-review overviews the approaches we have used to elucidate the radical-induced damages on sulfur-containing enzymes, such as ribonuclease and lysozyme, and the possible post-translational mechanism of the damage to another cell compartment, such as lipid domain.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-07-01
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