[Motohiro Nishida] Establishment of the molecular basis underling regulation of redox homeostasis based on sulfur circulation and metabolism

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Motohiro Nishida

Motohiro Nishida

Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience, National Institutes of Natural Sciences
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Oxidative stress has been long indicated as a cause of cardiovascular disorder from lifestyle, but the molecular basis underling regulation of reduction/oxidation balance linked directly to medical application is still obscure. This study focuses on the dynamic state of nucleophilic reactive sulfur species, and aims to create an innovative basic technology for prevention or treatment of diabetic complications by establishing the molecular basis underlying regulation of novel redox homeostasis based on sulfur circulation and metabolism.

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