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Nitrite is a signaling molecule and regulator of gene expression in mammalian tissues
Mammalian tissues produce nitric oxide (NO) to modify proteins at heme and sulfhydryl sites, thereby regulating vital cell functions. The majority of NO produced is widely assumed to be neutralized…
Chemical nature of nitric oxide storage forms in rat vascular tissue
- Juan Rodriguez, R. Maloney, T. Rassaf, N. Bryan, M. Feelisch
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 26 December 2002
Endothelial NO production results in local formation of adducts that may act as storage forms of NO. Because little is known about their chemical nature, concentrations, and possible role in vascular…
Performance of diamino fluorophores for the localization of sources and targets of nitric oxide.
Opposing roles for superoxide and nitric oxide in the NaCl stress-induced upregulation of antioxidant enzyme activity in cotton callus tissue
Measurement of Nitric Oxide Levels in the Red Cell
- Xunde Wang, N. Bryan, P. MacArthur, Juan Rodriguez, M. Gladwin, M. Feelisch
- BiologyJournal of Biological Chemistry
- 15 September 2006
All claims made thus far that the tri-iodide assay underestimates RSNO levels are unsubstantiated and this assay remains the “gold standard” for sensitive and specific measurement of RSNOs in biological matrices.
NO adducts in mammalian red blood cells: too much or too little?
Comment on: McMahon T.J., et al. Nitric oxide in the human respiratory cycle. [Nat Med. 2002 Jul; 8(7): 711-7]
Thiols enhance NO formation from nitrate photolysis.
Bound NO in human red blood cells: fact or artifact?
An integrated approach to assessing nitroso-redox balance in systemic inflammation.