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SOD

Abbreviation for superoxide dismutase.

superoxide dismutase (SOD)

an enzyme composed of metal-containing proteins that converts superoxide radicals into less toxic agents. It is the main enzymatic mechanism for clearing superoxide radicals from the body.

SOD

Abbreviation for:
schedule of delegation 
segmental odontomaxillary dysplasia
septo-optic dysplasia
sodium
sphincter of Oddi dysfunction
statement of deficiency
superoxide dismutase

SOD

1. Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction. See Biliary dyskinesia.
2. Superoxide dismutase, see there.
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The inquest heard Mr Soden arrived in Turkey on April 27, with his wife Lorraine and son Scott, where they had been taking holidays for the past 10 years.
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Spirits group Castle Brands announced John Soden has been named as international managing director and will be responsible for international strategy at Castle Brands, as well as international sales and marketing activities.
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