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Commentary Open Access
Hydrogen sulfide is the newest member of gasotransmitter family. Endogenous production of hydrogen sulfide in brain was first reported in 1996. Since then a great deal of interest has been paid to understand various physiological roles of this molecule, still there are a lot of gaps that need to be addressed. This article provides author’s perspective on research accomplishments in this area briefly, gaps and future opportunities, which may transform the area of medicine.
Hydrogen sulfide, Cardiovascular, Cystathionine betasynthase, Cystathionine-gamma-lyase, Gasotransmitter, Analytical Biochemistry