Peptide-based hydrogen sulphide-releasing gels.

@article{Carter2015PeptidebasedHS,
  title={Peptide-based hydrogen sulphide-releasing gels.},
  author={Jennifer M Carter and Yun Qian and Jeffrey C Foster and John B Matson},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2015},
  volume={51 66},
  pages={13131-4}
}
An aromatic peptide amphiphile was designed for delivery of the signaling gas H2S. The peptide self-assembled in water into nanofibers that gelled upon charge screening. The non-toxic gel slowly released H2S over 15 hours, and the presence of H2S in endothelial cells was verified using a fluorescent H2S probe. 

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