References related to Cytoglobin, Neuroglobin and Androglobin

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  2. Reeder, B.J. Forum Review: “Redox and peroxidase activities of the hemoglobin superfamily - relevancy to health and disease.” Antioxid. Redox. Sign. (2017) 26(14) 763-776

  3. Vos, M.H., Reeder, B.J. Daldalc, F. and Liebla, U. “Ultrafast photochemistry of the bc1 complex” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2017) 19, 6807–6813

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  6. Beckerson, P., Svistunenko, D.A., Reeder B.J., “Effect of the distal histidine on the peroxidatic activity of monomeric cytoglobin” F1000 research (2015) 4, 87

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