Conversion of poisonous methanethiol to hydrogen-rich gas by chemisorption/reforming over nano-scale CeO2: The use of CeO2 as catalyst coating material.
Applied Catalysis. B, Environmental, 102(1-2), 267-275 (2011)
N J Hayward et al.
Journal of clinical microbiology, 6(3), 195-201 (1977-09-01)
Proteus mirabilis was distinguishable from Escherichia coli and from several other species that may be associated with urinary tract infections when grown in a nutrient medium supplemented with 0.1 M L-methionine by the formation of large amounts of dimethyl disulfide...
K Yaegaki et al.
Journal of periodontal research, 27(4 Pt 1), 233-238 (1992-07-01)
Volatile sulfur compounds (VSC) in mouth air were estimated by gas chromatography. The amount of VSC and the methyl mercaptan/hydrogen sulfide ratio were significantly increased in patients with periodontal disease. These two parameters also increased in proportion to the bleeding...
Govindan Muthuraman et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 193, 257-263 (2011-08-16)
In this study, an electrocatalytic wet scrubbing process was developed for the simultaneous removal of synthetic odorous gases namely, methyl mercaptan (CH(3)SH) and hydrogen sulfide (H(2)S). The initial process consists of the absorption of CH(3)SH and H(2)S gases by an...
Kazue Yamagishi et al.
Gut, 61(4), 554-561 (2011-08-13)
The mechanisms of cancer cell growth and metastasis are still not entirely understood, especially from the viewpoint of chemical reactions in tumours. Glycolytic metabolism is markedly accelerated in cancer cells, causing the accumulation of glucose (a reducing sugar) and methionine...