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Immunolocalization of glutaredoxin in the human corpus luteum

Genome-wide analysis of plant glutaredoxin systems

Glutaredoxin deficiency exacerbates neurodegeneration in C. elegans models of Parkinson's disease

Origin and Diversification of Land Plant CC-Type Glutaredoxins

Purification and Characterization of Glutaredoxin (Thioltransferase) from Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Immunohistochemical localization of glutaredoxin and thioredoxin in human endometrium: a possible association with pinopodes

Conserved Functions of Arabidopsis and Rice CC-Type Glutaredoxins in Flower Development and Pathogen Response

The Glutaredoxin GLRX-21 Functions to Prevent Selenium-Induced Oxidative Stress in Caenorhabditis elegans

Glutaredoxin 2 prevents aggregation of mutant SOD1 in mitochondria and abolishes its toxicity

Glutaredoxin GRXS13 plays a key role in protection against photooxidative stress in Arabidopsis

Glutaredoxin serves as a reductant for methionine sulfoxide reductases with or without resolving cysteine

The expression of glutaredoxin is increased in the human cervix in term pregnancy and immediately post-partum, particularly after prostaglandin-induced delivery

Repression of the Arabidopsis thaliana Jasmonic Acid/Ethylene-Induced Defense Pathway by TGA-Interacting Glutaredoxins Depends on Their C-Terminal ALWL Motif

Monothiol Glutaredoxin–BolA Interactions: Redox Control of Arabidopsis thaliana BolA2 and SufE1

The Glutaredoxin/Glutathione System Modulates NF-κB Activity by Glutathionylation of p65 in Cinnamaldehyde-Treated Endothelial Cells

Expression of a peroxiredoxin-glutaredoxin by Haemophilus influenzae in biofilms and during human respiratory tract infection

Induction of thioredoxin, thioredoxin reductase and glutaredoxin activity in mouse skin by TPA, a calcium ionophore and other tumor promoters


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A ubiquitous family of proteins (thiol transferases) which catalyse the reduction of disulphide bonds in their substrate proteins by use of reduced glutathione. Glutaredoxin-like proteins are diverse and their functions are unclear, but various forms have been found in prokaryotes, Plasmodium, and higher plants.

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