GSSG


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AcronymDefinition
GSSGGeoscience Standing Scientific Group
GSSGGeneral Sure Start Grant (UK)
GSSGGeneral Schedule Supervisory Guide
GSSGGranite State Senior Games (est. 1988; Manchester, NH)
GSSGGuatemalan Student Support Group (Chapel Hill, NC)
GSSGGround Signal Signal Ground (method of routing high speed differential signals on a PCB)
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Unfortunately, the measurement of GSSG failed; therefore, GSH levels (nmol/mg tissue) only are reported in the results.
It is oxidised to GSSG when there is an increase in free radicals during oxidative stress.
As GSSG increases, and the ratio thus declines, a greater proportion of the Th0 cells mature into Th2 cells and are diverted from the Th1 pool.
Nevertheless, some artifacts still plague the exact evaluation of GSH and, particularly, GSSG and PSSG in blood samples.
(1994) which measured total glutathione (reduced glutathione (GSH) and GSSG) by a glutathione reductase catalyzed reaction.
El glutation es el antioxidante intracelular mas importante; se eneuentra presente principalmente en forma reducida (GSH) y a una concentracion mucho mas baja en su forma oxidada (GSSG; Srivastava y Beutler, 1968).
In contrast, the GSSG concentration of the COPD group was higher than that of other groups, whereas its expression level was reduced after the RLD treatment (P < 0.001).
The reaction medium consisted of potassium phosphate buffer (100 mM K[H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4] and 0.5 mM EDTA, pH 7.4), 100 mM GSSG, and 10 mM NADPH.
12 August 2016 - New York private equity investment firm Castle Harlan has initiated and spearheaded the acquisition of Maryland-based markets Kings Super Markets and Balducci's Food Lover's Markets by Delaware-based investment firm KB Holding, Inc., which is affiliated with Qatar-based diversified private holding company GSSG Capital (Ghanim bin Saad al Saad and Sons Group Holdings), the company said.