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- Potters, G.; Horemans, N.; Bellone, S.; Caubergs, R.J.; Trost, P.; Guisez, Y.; Asard, H.
- Plant physiology 2004 v.134 no.4 pp. 1479-1487
- dehydroascorbic acid, etc ; Nicotiana tabacum; tobacco; cultured cells; cell cycle; cell growth; glutathione; redox reactions; reduction; signal transduction; culture media; nitroso compounds; enzyme inhibitors; NADH or NADPH oxidoreductases; cell death; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Glutathione is generally accepted as the principal electron donor for dehydroascorbate (DHA) reduction. Moreover, both glutathione and DHA affect cell cycle progression in plant cells. But other mechanisms for DHA reduction have been proposed. To investigate the connection between DHA and glutathione, we have evaluated cellular ascorbate and glutathione concentrations and their redox status after ...
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