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These studies will be reviewed in comparison with the protection by cysteamine. 2-Mercaptopropionylglycine 2-Mercaptopropionylglycine, MPG, has been widely used in Japan since 1963 as a detoxicating drug with a wide range of clinical applications, especially effective in metal poisoning. The compound is produced and provided by the Santen Pharmaceutical Co. , Osaka, with the commercial name, Thiola. It has been administered to patients in a dose of 100 to 500 mg orally or intravenously for detoxication without any side effects [5, 6].
In other words the more soluble the gas was in lipid, the lower the pressure required to give a gas concentration sufficient to saturate the target sites . g. nitrous oxide would also protect against the oxygen sensitive damage in the presence of O 2 . In 1965, Alper proposed a two target theory of radiation damage to account for the differences in m observed in bacteria grown under different conditions which affected their sensitivity to radiation . She proposed that one target, type N target, was relatively insensitive to the presence or absence of O 2 and that the radiation sensitivity of this type N target would be the same in anoxic and oxic conditions or even slightly more sensitive in anoxic conditions than in oxic.
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