Structure and Antioxidant Catalytic Function of Plant Glutathione Transferases
Keywords: Alopecurus myosuroides; Antioxidant; Arabidopsis thaliana; Catalytic Function; DNA; Electrophilic Binding Site; Glutathione transferase; Ligand Binding Site; abiotic stress; anticancer drugs; apoplast; arene oxides; ascorbic acid; biotic stress; catabolite repression; catalytic site; cell death; cell proliferation; cellular structure destruction; chloroplasts; cytosolic; dimerization; electrophilic centers; endogenous; enzymes; epoxides; flavonoids; herbicide detoxification; herbicide treatment; hydrogen bonds; hydrophilic; isoenzymes; isomerization reactions; ligand-binding; metabolic pathways; metabolites; microsomal proteins; mitochondrial; monomeric; non-catalytically; non-controlled oxidation; nucleotide sequence; organic hydroperoxides; organic nitrate esters; organic thiocyanates; oxygen toxicity; oxylipins; pathogen attack; peroxidase activity; peroxisome; phenolics; selenium-dependent; sulfur; thiol grou; thiolate; toxins; unsaturated carbonyls; volatiles; xenobiotic
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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