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Are S-Nitrosothiols Predominantly Stable End-Effectors of Protein Function or Transient Intermediates Leading to Disulfide Formation?

Wolhuter, Kathryn; Burgoyne, Joseph R; Eaton, Philip

Free radical biology and medicine. Volume 100 (2016) Supplement; pp S47-S48 -- Elsevier

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Β-Adrenergic regulation of cardiac type 2A protein phosphatase through phosphorylation of regulatory subunit B56δ at S573

Ranieri, Antonella et al.

Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology. Volume 115: (2018, February); pp 20-31 -- Elsevier

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Β-Adrenergic regulation of cardiac type 2A protein phosphatase through phosphorylation of regulatory subunit B56δ at S573

Ranieri, Antonella et al.

Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology. Volume 115 (2018); pp 20-31 -- Elsevier

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Proof of Principle for a Novel Class of Antihypertensives That Target the Oxidative Activation of PKG Iα (Protein Kinase G Iα)

Burgoyne, Joseph R. et al.

Hypertension. Volume 70:Issue 3 (2017); pp 577-586 -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Proof of Principle for a Novel Class of Antihypertensives That Target the Oxidative Activation of PKG Iα (Protein Kinase G Iα)

Burgoyne, Joseph R. et al.

Hypertension. Volume 70:Issue 3 (2017, September) -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Evidence against Stable Protein S-Nitrosylation as a Widespread Mechanism of Post-translational Regulation

Wolhuter, Kathryn et al.

Molecular cell. Volume 69:Number 3 (2018, February 1st); pp 438-450.e5

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Protein Kinase G Iα Oxidation Paradoxically Underlies Blood Pressure Lowering by the Reductant Hydrogen Sulfide

Stubbert, Daniel et al.

Hypertension -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins -- Volume: 64 6; (pages 1344-1351) -- 2014

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Response by Prysyazhna et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Blood Pressure–Lowering by the Antioxidant Resveratrol Is Counterintuitively Mediated by Oxidation of cGMP-Dependent Protein Kinase"

Prysyazhna, Oleksandra

Circulation: journal of the American Heart Association. Volume 140:Issue 22 (2019); pp e810-e811 -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins -- Highwire Press

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Blood Pressure–Lowering by the Antioxidant Resveratrol Is Counterintuitively Mediated by Oxidation of cGMP-Dependent Protein Kinase

Prysyazhna, Oleksandra et al.

Circulation: journal of the American Heart Association. Volume 140:Issue 2 (2019); pp 126-137 -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins -- Highwire Press

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Persistent Activation of cGMP-Dependent Protein Kinase by a Nitrated Cyclic Nucleotide via Site Specific Protein S-Guanylation

Akashi, Soichiro et al.

Biochemistry -- American Chemical Society -- Volume: 55 5; (pages 751-761) -- 2016

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