A role for diallyl trisulfide
in mitochondrial antioxidative stress contributes to its protective effects against vascular endothelial impairment.
Now, Emory researchers have turned to diallyl trisulfide
as a way to deliver the benefits of hydrogen sulfide to the heart.
2005); improved glycemic control in streptozotocin diabetic rats through increased insulin secretion and increased insulin sensitivity reported for garlic oil and diallyl trisulfide
derived from garlic (Liu, C.
Source skatole indole p-cresol dimethly dimethyl trisulfide
disulfide Pre-cond 5.
Molybdenum disulfide nanoparticles with an average diameter of 80-100 nm were obtained by the desulfuration of molybdenum trisulfide
in hydrogen atmosphere at 780 [degrees] C for 1 h.
How low pH can intensify beta-damascenone and dimethyl trisulfide
production through beer aging.
Antiparasitic activity of diallyl trisulfide
(Dasuansu) on human and animal pathogenic protozoa (Trypanosoma sp.
De Sousa JR, Demuner AJ, Pinheiro JA, Breitmaneir E, Casseis BK (1990) Dibenzyl trisulfide
and trans-N-metil-4methoxyproline from Petiveria alliacea.
10:00 COMPETITIVE OXIDATIONS OF BENZYL TRISULFIDE
AND SUBSTITUTED ARYL DISULFIDES
Examples include antimony trisulfide
, changing from yellow to red.
derivatives, AMTS and DATS, were not effective against pulmonary adenoma formation, suggesting that the number of sulfur atoms in the molecule is also important, possibly determining the organ sites at which protection is achieved against carcinogenesis (58).
In experiments using various sulfur to accelerator ratios, 2-mercaptobenzothiazole moieties in the form of sulfenamide or sulfenimide, disulfide, trisulfide
and polysulfides up to hexasulfides were detected (i.