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Fundam Appl Toxicol. 1983 Sep-Oct;3(5):377-82.

The sulfurtransferases.


The sulfurtransferases are a group of proteins that catalyze the formation, interconversion and reactions of compounds containing sulfane sulfur atoms. Serum albumin has properties that implicate it as a major potential sulfur carrier/transferase. The relevance of the sulfane pool system as a whole to cyanide detoxication appears clear. The mechanisms of action of the various components at the molecular level are still under investigation.

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