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Protein methionine sulfoxide (MetO) is a reversible oxidative modification that occurs by exposure of protein(s) methionine residues to reactive oxygen species (ROS).1,2 Methionine oxidation can alter the function(s) of the modified proteins and if not reversed by MetO reductases can be further oxidized to methionine sulfone, an irreversible modification.3 Methionine oxidation may occur as a by-
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Cabreiro, F., Picot, C.R., Perichon, M., et al. Overexpression of mitochondrial methionine sulfoxide reductase B2 protects leukemia cells from oxidative stress-
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