Thioredoxins of a parasitic nematode: Comparison of the 16- and 12-kDA thioredoxins from Haemonchus contortus

Elsevier Science Inc
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Free Radical Biology And Medicine, 2008, 44 (12), pp. 2026 - 2033
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Thioredoxins are a family of small proteins conserved through evolution, which are essential for the maintenance of cellular homeostasis. The classic thioredoxin, identified in most species, is a 12-kDa protein with a Cys-Pro-Gly-Cys (CPGC) active site.
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