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Effect of flavin compounds on glutathione reductase activity: in vivo and in vitro studies



Effect of flavin compounds on glutathione reductase activity: in vivo and in vitro studies



Journal of Clinical Investigation 48(10): 1957-1966



Increases or decreases of red cell glutathione reductase (GR) have been described in connection with many clinical abnormalities. We find that GR activity as measured in hemolysates represents only a portion of the available GR activity.

Accession: 005239369

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PMID: 5822598

DOI: 10.1172/JCI106162

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