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|Title:||Hydrogen sulfide: From the smell of the past to the mediator of the future?|
|Authors:||Moore, P.K. |
|Citation:||Moore, P.K., Bhatia, M., Moochhala, S. (2003-12). Hydrogen sulfide: From the smell of the past to the mediator of the future?. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 24 (12) : 609-611. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tips.2003.10.007|
|Abstract:||Gases such as nitric oxide and carbon monoxide play important roles both in normal physiology and in disease. In recent years, interest has been directed towards other naturally occurring gases, notably hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which is both a potent vasodilator and a mediator of long-term potentiation in the brain. This article focuses on recent work that suggests a role for H2S, and perhaps other gases, in the CNS and cardiovascular system.|
|Source Title:||Trends in Pharmacological Sciences|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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