thioredoxin


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thi·o·re·dox·in

(thī'ō-rē-doks'in), [MIM*187700]
A protein that participates in the oxidation-reduction reactions associated with the biosynthesis of deoxyribonucleotides.

thioredoxin

(thī″ŏ-rē-dok′sin) [ thio- + redox + -in]
Any of a family of antioxidant, sulfur-containing proteins that prevent stress-induced damage to cells.
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In vasospastic angina a pathogenic role for oxidative stress is suggested by the presence of the low plasma levels of vitamin E and the elevated levels of thioredoxin (Hung MJ 2014).
Shifts in Thioredoxin reductase activity and oxidant status in mononuclear cells obtained from transition dairy cattle.
Among these biomarkers are aldehyde-detoxification and oxidative-stress-related proteins, thioredoxin (TXN), and matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP9).
We have investigated the associations between OSA and several protective factors such as heat shock protein-72, (25) bilirubin, (26) thioredoxin, (27) and exhaled CO.
This vector permits the genes of interest to be fused to the thioredoxin fusion protein, trxA, for high levels of expression with good solubility and it also contains cleavable His-tag sequences for detection and purification.
Peroxiredoxins, thioredoxin, and Y-box-binding protein-1 are involved in the pathogenesis and progression of dialysis-associated renal cell carcinoma.
The protease enzyme was expressed as a fusion recombinant protein with His tag and thioredoxin in acceptable concentration of 85-100 fg/ml.
Furthermore, there is evidence that antioxidant enzyme (AOE372), a redox-sensitive thioredoxin peroxidase, regulates I[kappa]B phosphorylation (Jin et al.
Blood thioredoxin reductase activity, oxidative stress and hematological parameters in painters and battery workers: relationship with lead and cadmium levels in blood.
The assay calibrator was a bacterially produced recombinant protein (TrxUCN2pro) comprising thioredoxin fused to an [His.
Their topics include the diversity of interactions in redox systems: from short-lived to long-lived complexes, the role of cardiolipin in a mitochondrial supercomplex assembly, mitochondrial respiratory supercomplexes in physiology and diseases, the regulation of photosynthetic electron transport via supercomplex formation in the thylakoid membrane, membrane organization and electron transport switches in cyanobacteria, and the regulation of cellular signaling by thioredoxin.