Selenols are resistant to irreversible modification by HNO.

@article{Bianco2016SelenolsAR,
  title={Selenols are resistant to irreversible modification by HNO.},
  author={C. Bianco and C. D. Moore and J. Fukuto and J. Toscano},
  journal={Free radical biology & medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={99},
  pages={
          71-78
        }
}
The discovery of nitric oxide (NO) as an endogenously generated signaling species in mammalian cells has spawned a vast interest in the study of the chemical biology of nitrogen oxides. Of these, nitroxyl (azanone, HNO) has gained much attention for its potential role as a therapeutic for cardiovascular disease. Known targets of HNO include hemes/heme proteins and thiols/thiol-containing proteins. Recently, due to their roles in redox signaling and cellular defense, selenols and selenoproteins… Expand
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