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Nit1 is a metabolite repair enzyme that hydrolyzes deaminated glutathione.

Bibliographic reference Peracchi, Alessio ; Veiga da Cunha, Maria ; Kuhara, Tomiko ; Ellens, Kenneth W ; Paczia, Nicole ; et. al. Nit1 is a metabolite repair enzyme that hydrolyzes deaminated glutathione.. In: Proceedings of the National academy of sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 114, no.16, p. E3233-E3242 (2017)
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