Rotten Egg Gas Holds Key To Healthcare Therapies, University of Exeter Study
7/10/2014 6:31:52 AM
It may smell of flatulence and have a reputation for being highly toxic, but when used in the right tiny dosage, hydrogen sulfide is now being being found to offer potential health benefits in a range of issues, from diabetes to stroke, heart attacks and dementia. A new compound (AP39), designed and made at the University of Exeter, could hold the key to future therapies, by targeting delivery of very small amounts of the substance to the right (or key) places inside cells.
Hey, check out all the research scientist jobs. Post your resume today!
comments powered by