Ascorbate and glutathione: the heart of the redox hub.

@article{Foyer2011AscorbateAG,
  title={Ascorbate and glutathione: the heart of the redox hub.},
  author={Christine Helen Foyer and Graham Noctor},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={155 1},
  pages={2-18}
}
The discovery that there is a close relationship between ascorbate and glutathione dates from soon after the characterization of the chemical formulae of the two molecules (Szent-Györgyi, 1931; Hopkins and Morgan, 1936). Similarly, it has long been known that thylakoids can generate hydrogen peroxide (H2O2; Mehler, 1951). Following the discovery of superoxide and superoxide dismutase in mammalian cells (McCord and Fridovich, 1969) and their subsequent discovery and study in chloroplasts (Allen… CONTINUE READING
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