A Fluorescent Probe for Fast and Quantitative Detection of Hydrogen Sulfide in Blood

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  • We gratefully acknowledge financial support of this work by the University Fellowship Program and the Molecular Basis of Disease Program at Georgia State University through fellowships to H.P. and Y.C., the support of the NIH through a grant (GM084933) to B.W. and grants (5R01HL092141-03 and 5R01HL093579-02) to D.J.L and to A.L.K (FIRST Fellowship Program of the NIH, 3K12GM000680-10S1) as well as funds from the Carlyle Fraser Heart Center of Emory University Hospital Midtown.

Abstract

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In Maßen, nicht in Massen: Ein Reagens, das den sekundenschnellen, selektiven und quantitativen Nachweis des wichtigen Gasotransmitters Schwefelwasserstoff in Pufferlösung, Serum und Vollblut ermöglicht, wurde entwickelt, hergestellt und getestet (siehe Bild).

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