Potential applications of hydrogen sulfide-induced suspended animation
Current medicinal chemistry, Volume 16, Issue 10, 2009, Pages 1295-1303.
A suspended animation-like state has been induced in rodents with the use of hydrogen sulfide, resulting in hypothermia with a concomitant reduction in metabolic rate. Also oxygen demand was reduced, thereby protecting against hypoxia. Several therapeutic applications of induction of a hibernation-like state have been suggested, including...More
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