Effect of high-dose sodium selenite
therapy on polymorphonuclear leukocyte apoptosis in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma patients.
This can result in pale, exudative meat, a problem exacerbated by the prooxidant effects of inorganic sodium selenite
(Mahan et al.
Catalase activity increased with increasing stress and tension at all levels of sodium selenite
concentrations of 20 and 25 milligrams per liter increase in enzyme activity was, But it was only 30 mg per liter decrease in the level of enzyme activity was increased.
Similar, in an earlier work it was shown that diets supplemented with Se from sodium selenite
increased the number of spermatozoa ejaculated (Segerson et al.
Suggested Se forms: sodium selenite
or sodium selenate.
Effect of selenium supplementation with sodium selenite
and Nanoselenium on iron homoeostasis and transferring gene expression in sheep: A preliminary study: Research in Veterinary Science.
1] diet in the form of sodium selenite
was significantly higher than in the control group at 7 days of storage (0.
Similarly, pre-treatment of cells with 1 [micro]M sodium selenite
for 24-48 hr before [O.
inhibits the expression of VEGF, TGFbeta(1) and IL-6 induced by LPS in human PC3 cells via TLR4-NF-(K)B signaling blockage.
2005) used Se from sodium selenite
or Se- enriched yeast upto 3.
Risk can be reduced by not making natural claims for products that contain these ingredients, which include, among others, ascorbic acid, citric acid, genetically modified/bioengineered ingredients, alkalized cocoa, high fructose corn syrup, xanthan gum, lecithin, disodium phosphate, potassium carbonate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium molybdate, steviol glycosides, phytonadione, sodium selenite
, magnesium phosphate, niacinamide, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, calcium pantothenate and pyridoxine.
Culture media optimization was carried out as a batch culture in 250ml conical flask contain 100ml Dewarln's medium supplemented with Iron as Fe-EDTA, Selenium as Sodium Selenite
and Nickel as Nickel Sulphate with concentration ranging from 10 to 100[micro]g/l.
is inexpensive, but it doesn't last long in the body, says USSES animal scientist Bret Taylor, so it must be provided frequently to animals living in selenium-deficient regions.
The rats were given subcutaneous doses of 1mg/Kg body weight of either normal saline or cadmium chloride or sodium selenite
or cadmium chloride plus sodium selenite
on alternate days for four weeks.
Concentrations of the antioxidant selenium were enhanced in mushrooms by supplementing the substrates (to levels of 5 and 10 [micro]g/g) with sodium selenite