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It is currently said that CO has anti-inflammatory and antiapoptosis effects and it has attracted attention as a medical gas. We used CO for rat hearts and conducted a preservation experiment. We isolated rat hearts, placed them into a specially made chamber, filled the chamber with a gas mixture of PCO (4,000 hPa) and PO(2) (3,000 hPa), and preserved the(More)
Monoalkylated bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)methanes (e.g., 1) are reported to show weak binding affinity for estrogen receptor (ER). We hypothesized that introduction of appropriately located hydrophobic substituents in these compounds would increase the binding affinity. Indeed, we found that bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)methane bearing a 3,3-dimethylcyclohexyl group (7)(More)
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