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Selenium compounds like selenite (SeO3(2-) may form a covalent adduct with glutathione (GSH) in the form of selenodiglutathione (GS-Se-SG), which is assumed to be important in the metabolism of selenium. Published in: "The Chemistry and Toxicity of Selenium Compounds, with Special Reference to the Selenium Problem." E. P. Painter Chem. Rev. 1941, 28, 2, 179–213 https://doi.org/10.1021/cr60090a001