Storage Condition : 0-5℃
Shipping Condition : ambient temperature
Purity : ≥95.0%
Chemical name: (4-Methoxyphenyl)morpholinylphosphinodithioic acid, morpholine salt
GYY4137 is one of the synthetic hydrogen sulfide donors derived from Lawsson’s reagent. It is
water-soluble and releases H2S very slowly by hydrolysis in aqueous solutions. GYY4137 has shown
distinct cellular effects such as anti-hypertensive, anti-atherosclerotic and anti-tumor activities in several
Fig. 1 H2S Releasing Mechanism of GYY4137s
Fig. 2 H2S Releasing Curve of GYY4137 in PBS
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