Occurrence of glutathione in bacteria.

@article{Fahey1978OccurrenceOG,
  title={Occurrence of glutathione in bacteria.},
  author={Robert Fahey and Willie Claiborne Brown and William Brodie Adams and M B Worsham},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={1978},
  volume={133 3},
  pages={
          1126-9
        }
}
Glutathione and soluble thiol content were examined in a broad spectrum of bacteria. Significant soluble thiol was present in all cases. The thiol compound was glutathione in most of the gram-negative bacteria but not in most of the gram-positive bacteria studied. Glutathione was absent in four anerobes and one microaerophile but was present in a blue-green bacterium. The glutathione content of Escherichia coli increased significantly during transition from exponential to stationary phase. 

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