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Immunolocalization of glutaredoxin in the human corpus luteum

Genome-wide analysis of plant glutaredoxin systems

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

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

Origin and Diversification of Land Plant CC-Type Glutaredoxins

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

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

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

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

Genome-Wide Survey and Expression Analysis Suggest Diverse Roles of Glutaredoxin Gene Family Members During Development and Response to Various Stimuli in Rice

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

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


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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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