M. Ackermann

G. Hauska1
M. Kubitza1
A. L. Piña1
1M. Kubitza
1A. L. Piña
1G. Hauska
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Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is the first inorganic compound identified as both a substrate for mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and a transmitter in mammalian cells. H2S seems to mediate effects that are correlated with those of nitric oxide (NO) by a reciprocal regulation. Moreover, H2S is consumed by mitochondrial oxidation mediated by sulfide-quinone(More)
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