hydroperoxidases

hy·dro·per·ox·i·das·es

(hī'drō-pĕr-oks'i-dā-sez),
Those oxidoreductases that require H2O2 as hydrogen acceptors, for example, peroxidases, catalase.
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Similarly, sphingosine (SPH), calpain, and hydroperoxidases induce permeation of the lysosomal membrane, causing the migration of hydrolytic enzymes, capable of degrading vital proteins for the PBC towards the cytosol [82, 89] (Figure 2).
Antioxidant activity of GSH-Px involves neutralization of [H.sub.2][O.sub.2], reduction of lipid hydroperoxidases, and maintenance of normal membrane permeability [31].
The molecular evolution of catalatic hydroperoxidases: evidence for multiple lateral transfer of genes between prokaryota and from bacteria into eukaryota.