Special Issue "Sulfur Compounds and Human Health"
A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2019
Dr. Peter Rose
School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
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Interests: the identification of novel sulphur compounds and the exploration of how these influence cell signalling networks in mammalian cells; how sulphur rich dietary plants promote healthy ageing in human systems; gaseous signalling molecules
Sulphur compounds are widely distributed in nature with many acting on cell signalling systems in human cells and tissues. New biochemical properties for these compounds are often described in the literature and the identification of new sulphur species common place. Many of these molecules are promising drug candidates, are potential functional food ingredients, are potential targets in plant breeding programmes to enhance levels, or as chemical tools that can be used to manipulate human sulphur metabolic networks. It is only now that we are beginning to understand the true impact of these compounds on human health via their ability to influence important cell signalling systems linked to health.
This Special Issue welcomes original research and reviews of literature on all aspects of the sulphur compounds and human health.
Dr. Peter Rose
Chair Prof. Dr. Yi Zhun Zhu
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- Natural and novel sulphur compounds
- Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
- Human Metabolism of Sulphur compounds
- Novel Mechanisms of Action