Defective Glutathione Reductase Results In Systolic Dysfunction Associated With Impaired Mitochondrial Integrity, Increased Uncoupling Respiration, And Enhanced S-glutathionylation Of Complex I

Title

Defective Glutathione Reductase Results In Systolic Dysfunction Associated With Impaired Mitochondrial Integrity, Increased Uncoupling Respiration, And Enhanced S-glutathionylation Of Complex I

Creator

Kang P T; Chen C L; Guarini G; Chen Y R

Publisher

Circulation

Date

2011
2011-11

Subject

Cardiovascular System & Cardiology; Enzyme inhibitors; Mitochondria; oxidative stress; Redox; Systole

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n/a

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

2-2

Issue

21

Volume

124

Citation

Kang P T; Chen C L; Guarini G; Chen Y R, “Defective Glutathione Reductase Results In Systolic Dysfunction Associated With Impaired Mitochondrial Integrity, Increased Uncoupling Respiration, And Enhanced S-glutathionylation Of Complex I,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed January 21, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10399.

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