thiocyanate


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a salt of thiocyanic acid

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Sodium thiocyanate, also known as sodium sulphocyanide is a colorless salt and is one among the key sources of thiocyanate anion.
and its metabolites, cyanide (injected as sodium cyanate) and thiocyanate on normal and neoplastic tissue in a rat model (Lea and Koch 1979).
Perchlorate, thiocyanate, nitrate, and iodide concentrations in urine were determined by isotope dilution and ion chromatography/tandem mass spectroscopy (IC/MS/MS) as reported previously (Valentin-Blasini et al.
Our study had three major aims: 1) to compare the urinary thiocyanate levels of the exposed and the control communities; 2) to compare the prevalence of cyanide exposure symptoms of the exposed and the control communities; and 3) to provide additional information on lifestyle factors that have been associated with urinary thiocyanate levels such as demographic factors, dietary exposure, and smoking.
The team also discovered that a chemical in tobacco smoke called thiocyanate inhibits peroxidasin's reaction.
The statement also noted that iodine deficiency "increases vulnerability to the effects of certain environmental pollutants, such as nitrate, thiocyanate, and perchlorate.
Different methods have been presented for extracting nucleic acids such as guanidinium thiocyanate followed by phenol-chloroform extraction, chromatography by cellulose, extraction using silica matrices, magnetic bead based nucleic acid purification, and anion-exchange.
fluorescens (NRRL B-253) in the presence of different concentrations of hydrogen peroxide and potassium thiocyanate.
SciGene's Sodium Thiocyanate Pretreatment Reagent is a convenient 1M liquid formulation of NaSON for pre-treating tissue samples prior to application of nucleic acid probes for cytogenetic assays.
For nodding syndrome, a lack of association of cassava consumption in case-control studies and negative results of testing for urinary thiocyanate indicate that acute or ongoing cyanate exposure makes this specific etiology less likely.
2000), Fe(III) thiocyanate complexes are not very stable and can persist only at a relatively high concentration of [SCN.
Cyanide and thiocyanate, the same hazardous chemicals used by mining companies to get gold to leach out of rock, must be used to dissolve gold particles in soil water, the Live Science report said.
Cyanide antidote kit additionally contains sodium thiosulfate which converts cyanomethemoglobin to the less toxic thiocyanate (1).