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Reactive sulfur species

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Reactive sulfur species (RSS) are a family of sulfur-based chemical compounds that can oxidize and inhibit thiol-proteins and enzymes. They are often formed by the oxidation of Thiols and disulfides into higher oxidation states. Examples of RSS include persulfides, polysulfides and thiosulfate.
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