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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.
You guessed it-using the same peroxiredoxin enzymes O'Neill and Reddy identified in human red blood cells.
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.
NP_035693. 2 peroxiredoxin 2 FUS nucleoporin pigpen1 119 246 2 6 3 4 149 2.01E-052 ± 5.68E-063 2.03E-05
FUS NP_631888. 1 pigpen NP_035693. 2 peroxiredoxin 2 NP_444304. 1 nucleoporin 62
(GST-pi), peroxiredoxin (PRDX) 6, TRX dependent peroxide reductase (PRDX-1), and catalase (