Quantitative Tandem Mass Tagging Characterizes Redox Cysteine Modifications

The interruption of blood circulation deprives tissues of oxygen, leading to cellular damage during both the hypoxic event and the point at which blood flow returns. Damage occurs with the release of toxic metabolites, as well as from free radicals and reactive oxygen species. Furthermore, in response to changes in local redox conditions, reactive cysteine residues on Read the rest of this article

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