Nitrosation by peroxynitrite: use of phenol as a probe.

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Nitrosation is an important pathway in the metabolism of nitric oxide, producing S-nitrosothiols that may be critical signal transduction species. The reaction of peroxynitrite with aromatic compounds in the pH range of 5 to 8 has long been known to produce hydroxylated and nitrated products. However, we here present evidence that peroxynitrite also can… (More)

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@article{Uppu1998NitrosationBP, title={Nitrosation by peroxynitrite: use of phenol as a probe.}, author={Rao M. Uppu and J N Lemercier and Giuseppe L. Squadrito and Huahai Zhang and Regina Bolzan and William A. Pryor}, journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics}, year={1998}, volume={358 1}, pages={1-16} }