Glutathione: Distribution, Biosynthesis, Metabolism, and Transport:
D.P. Jones, Glutathione Distribution in Natural Products: Absorption and Tissue Distribution.
L.H. Lash, Intracellular Distribution of Thiols and Disulfides: Assay of Mitochondrial Glutathione Transport.
A. Meister, Glutathione Biosynthesis and Its Inhibition.
W.W. Wells, D.P. Xu, and M.P. Washburn, Glutathione: Dehydroascorbate Oxidoreductases.
F. Ursini, M. Maiorino, R. Brigelius-Flohé, K.D. Aumann, A. Roveri, D. Schomburg, and L. Flohé, Diversity of Glutathione Peroxidases.
D.J. Meyer and B. Ketterer, Purification of Soluble Human Glutathione S-Transferases.
H.J. Forman, M.M. Shi, T. Iwamoto, R.-M. Liu, and T.W. Robinson, Measurement of g-Glutamyl Transpeptidase and g-Glutamylcysteine Synthetase Activities in Cells.
T. Kondo, G.L. Dale, and E. Beutler, Thiol Transport from Human Red Blood Cells.
J.A. Fuchs, Glutathione Mutants.
D.J. Reed, Cystathionine.
T. Meier and R.D. Issels, Promotion of Cyst(e)ine Uptake.
Signal Transduction and Gene Regulation:
T.P. Holler and P.B. Hopkins, Ovothiols.
S.R. Hubbard, X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Studies of Protein Kinase C.
R. Gopalakrishna, Z.H. Chen, and U. Gundimeda, Modificiations of Cysteine-Rich Regions in Protein Kinase C Induced by Oxidant Tumor Promoters and Enzyme-Specific Inhibitors.
F.J. Romero and J. Romá, Glutathione and Protein Kinase C in Peripheral Nervous Tissues.
A.F.G. Quest, E.S.G. Bardes, W.Q. Xie, E. Willott, R.A. Borchardt, and R.M. Bell, Expression of Protein Kinase C
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