Cross-talk of NO, superoxide and molecular oxygen, a majesty of aerobic life.

@article{Inoue1999CrosstalkON,
  title={Cross-talk of NO, superoxide and molecular oxygen, a majesty of aerobic life.},
  author={M. Inoue and M. Nishikawa and E. Sato and P. Ah-Mee and M. Kashiba and Y. Takehara and K. Utsumi},
  journal={Free radical research},
  year={1999},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={
          251-60
        }
}
Because nitric oxide (NO) reacts with various molecules, such as hemeproteins, superoxide and thiols including glutathione (GSH) and cysteine residues in proteins, biological effects and metabolic fate of this gaseous radical are affected by these reactants. Although the lifetime of NO is short particularly under air atmospheric conditions (where the oxygen tension is unphysiologically high), it increases significantly under physiologically low oxygen concentrations. Because oxygen tensions in… Expand
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