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a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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In preliminary studies, we exposed C57BL/6 mice for 5 wk to drinking water with 0, 250 ppb, or 25ppm sodium arsenite and then profiled immune cell populations in the airspace.
Sodium arsenite (As) (dissolved in distilled water) was used to induce ovarian oxidative stress in mice of the latter four groups ( n = 40), using intraperitoneal injection of 8 mg/kg sodium As once every other day for 16 days.
Sodium arsenite (NaAsO2) and other chemicals were purchased from Sigma Chemical Co.
2010) reported that sodium arsenite had suppressive effect to antibody responses in in vivo and in vitro studies.
Group 4: Animals were administered with HSE-50 mg/kg body weight for seven days and on day 7 received a single acute dose of sodium arsenite (2.
The findings indicate that the plant extract might have protective effects on arsenic induced damaged in serum and kidney function but further experimentation needs to be done to find the effects of watercress and its fractions on kidney function by other oxidants or different dose and rout of exposure of sodium arsenite.
10] used sodium citrate in conjunction with sodium arsenite as stabilizer for the complex formed.
This results in the formation of the reagent in the form of potassium ditelluratocuprate (III) or potassium diiodatocuprate (III), however, m the present work, the use of potassium diiodatocuprate (III) is precluded by the use of an iodimetric method for back titrating the unconsumed sodium arsenite solution.
Arsenic is ranked as Toxin #1; Sodium Arsenite is ranked as #241.
Selective induction of apoptosis of NB4 cells from G2+M phase by sodium arsenite at lower doses.
Changes in gene expression profiles of human fibroblast in response to sodium arsenite treatment.
The vineyard manager said Pichon uses sodium arsenite every two years and in between paints escudo on pruning wounds to control black measles.
Herbicides and pesticides include 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, sodium arsenite, warfarin, and carbaryl.
Comparison of the urinary excretion of arsenic metabolites after a single dose of sodium arsenite, monomethylarson ate or dimethylarsinate in man.