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New isomer separation method a boon for research on protein oxidation

Science Daily Thursday, 9 April 2020
Oxidation of the sulfur atom in methionine is an important biomolecular reaction that can have a wide range of biological consequences depending on the context and the protein involved. Chemists have reported a new method for separation of methionine sulfoxide diastereomers that opens up new opportunities for studying their roles in biological processes.
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