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Monday, November 21, 2011
Hydrogen sulfide is a gas that, much like nitric oxide, functions as a signaling molecule in mammals. Now, scientists from New York University Medical School have found that bacteria, too, use hydrogen sulfide – to protect themselves against antibiotics.

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