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Ascorbate And Glutathione: The Heart Of The Redox Hub1

C. Foyer, G. Noctor
Published 2011 · Chemistry, Medicine

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The discovery that there is a close relationship between ascorbate and glutathione dates from soon after the characterization of the chemical formulae of the two molecules ([Szent-Gyorgyi, 1931][1]; [Hopkins and Morgan, 1936][2]). Similarly, it has long been known that thylakoids can generate
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