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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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