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How microbes defend themselves from incoming hydrogen peroxide

Source: Front Immunol (2021)


Microbes rely upon iron as a cofactor for many enzymes in their central metabolic

processes. The reactive oxygen species (ROS) superoxide and hydrogen peroxide

react rapidly with iron, and inside cells they can generate both enzyme and DNA

damage.


How Microbes Defend Themselves From Incoming Hydrogen Peroxide
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