Nitrotyrosine and protein carbonyls are equally distributed in HT22 cells after nitrosative stress.

@article{Jung2007NitrotyrosineAP,
  title={Nitrotyrosine and protein carbonyls are equally distributed in HT22 cells after nitrosative stress.},
  author={Tobias Jung and M. Engels and Lars-Oliver Klotz and K D Kr{\"o}ncke and T. Grune},
  journal={Free radical biology & medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={773-86}
}
The generation of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species is an inevitable result of cellular metabolism and environmental influence. Such oxidation processes are always combined with the formation of various protein oxidation products. Environmental oxidants might either be activated inside the cell or act by themselves. Therefore, differences in the localization of oxidant formation might change the major compartment of oxidant action. Therefore, we employed NO donors (SNOC, DETA/NO, and Spe/NO… CONTINUE READING