Mammalian '''superoxide dismutase''' (SOD) …
Mammalian '''superoxide dismutase''' (SOD) exists in three forms, of which the Mn-SOD occurs in mitochondria (mtSOD, SOD2; 93 kD homotetramer) and many bacteria, in contrast to the Cu-Zn forms of SOD (cytosolic SOD1, extracellular SOD3 anchored to the extracellular matrix and cell surface). [[Superoxide]] anion (O<sub>2</sub><sup>•-</sup>) is a major [[reactive oxygen species]] (ROS) which is dismutated by SOD to [[oxygen]] and [[hydrogen peroxide | H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub>]].;2</sub>O<sub>2</sub>]]. +
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