Special Issue "NO(NOx) and H2S"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (29 February 2020) | Viewed by 11226
Interests: enzymology; protein structure-function; redox signaling; dynamic microscopy; cell biology; intravital fluorescent probes; nano sensors for nitric oxide; thiols and NOx; platelet biochemistry; flow devices; environmental sensor development; the use of biopolymers for the mitigation of environmental phosphate
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As we are aware, nitric oxide (NO) (its redox-related products-NOx) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) are important signaling molecules produced in the body, playing major roles in the function as well as dysfunction of the nervous system, immune system, and circulatory system. In the cellular milieu, NO and H2S react with each other as well as with oxygen and other biomolecules to form both stable and unstable derivatives that help mediate their physiological and pathological effects. However, the identity of the protein molecular target(s) of H2S as well as the structure of the protein-modulating H2S derivative(s) remains largely unknown. In addition, the crosstalk between NO- or H2S-mediated cellular processes is poorly understood.
We welcome original contributions to this Special Issue covering all aspects of NO(NOx) and H2S signaling and on the in vivo detection of NO(NOx), H2S and its derivatives; protein targets implicated in signaling; and the metabolism of NO(NOx) and H2S. Studies examining the use of H2S and related compounds in alleviating NO(NOx)-induced pathologies are especially welcome.
Prof. Dr. Bulent Mutus
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