|1.||Touhara, Kazushige: 2 articles (01/2010 - 09/2009)|
|2.||Nagai, Shunji: 2 articles (01/2010 - 09/2009)|
|3.||Shirasu, Mika: 2 articles (01/2010 - 09/2009)|
|4.||Tomizawa, Yasuko: 1 article (01/2010)|
|5.||Tsukaya, Hirokazu: 1 article (01/2010)|
|6.||Kakishima, Satoshi: 1 article (01/2010)|
|7.||Manome, Yoshinobu: 1 article (01/2010)|
|8.||Murata, Jin: 1 article (01/2010)|
|9.||Fujioka, Kouki: 1 article (01/2010)|
|10.||Hayashi, Ryuichi: 1 article (09/2009)|
|1.||Wounds and Injuries (Trauma)
01/01/2010 - "The main odorant causing the smell during the flower-opening phase was identified as dimethyl trisulfide, a compound with a sulfury odor that has been found to be emitted from some vegetables, microorganisms, and cancerous wounds."
09/01/2009 - "Dimethyl trisulfide as a characteristic odor associated with fungating cancer wounds."
11/01/2008 - "To provide a better understanding of the biological function of dimethyl sulfides, dimethyl monosulfide (Me(2)S), dimethyl disulfide (Me(2)S(2)), dimethyl trisulfide (Me(2)S(3)) and dimethyl tetrasulfide (Me(2)S(4)) were used as experimental materials to investigate their effects on apoptosis induction in human leukemia Jurkat cells and HL-60 cells. "
|4.||Colonic Neoplasms (Colon Cancer)
07/01/2008 - "Nine alk(en)yl trisulfides including dimethyl trisulfide, diethyl trisulfide, dipropyl trisulfide (DPTS), dibutyl trisulfide, dipentyl trisulfide, diallyl trisulfide (DATS), dibutenyl trisulfide, dipentenyl trisulfide and allyl methyl trisulfide were synthesized and added to cultures of HT-29 human colon cancer cells at a concentration of 10 muM. "
|6.||methylallyl trisulfide (MATS)