Antibe Speeds Hydrogen Sulfide-Releasing NSAID Development
Canada’s Antibe Therapeutics is accelerating the early-stage clinical development of new molecules that depend on the cytoprotective and signaling properties of minute amounts of hydrogen sulfide to have a potent anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.
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