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  • n. Any of a family of antioxidant enzymes that mediate signal transduction in mammalian cells


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  • O. tauri, peroxiredoxin molecules bound together in couples and came apart in twenty-four hour cycles, even in the dark, even without transcription.

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  • You guessed it-using the same peroxiredoxin enzymes O'Neill and Reddy identified in human red blood cells.

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  • O'Neill and Reddy demonstrated that, in red blood cells from three individuals, peroxiredoxin levels stayed constant, but pairs of the proteins bound together and came apart in a twenty-four hour cycle.

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  • NP_035693. 2 peroxiredoxin 2 FUS nucleoporin pigpen1 119 246 2 6 3 4 149 2.01E-052 ± 5.68E-063 2.03E-05

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