lead acetate

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Synonyms for lead acetate

a poisonous white solid (Pb[CH3CO]2) used in dyeing cotton and in making enamels and varnishes

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Diterpenes, flavonoids (using lead acetate test), and anthranol glycosides were found absent in CAD and CAW.
* The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said its action to repeal the use of lead acetate in hair dyes used on the scalp is "on hold while the agency responds to objections it has received on the October 2018 final rule."
Although many studies have asserted that exposure to lead acetate have critical effects on testicular structure and function.
However, the concomitant administration of RPE and GPE with lead acetate significantly reduced the activities of liver enzymes and increased the levels of testosterone, LH and FSH with marked improvement in the antioxidant status and reduction in lipid peroxidation induced by lead acetate (Tables II, III).
Stock solutions of the metal salt (lead acetate) 4g/100 ml were prepared in sterile water to obtain final concentrations of 600 to 1500 mg/l lead.
Keywords: Lead acetate, Ginkgo biloba extract, EGb761, Kidney, Antioxidant.
Taurine mitigates cognitive impairment induced by chronic co-exposure of male Wistar rats to chlorpyrifos and lead acetate. Environ Toxicol Pharmacol.
To measure locomotor activity we placed individual flies (20 replicates/sex), either untreated or exposed to lead acetate until eclosion, in tubes containing regular fly food in a Drosophila activity monitoring system (TriKinetics Inc., Waltham, MA), which measures the number of times a given fly crosses an infrared beam (Harbison et al.
[18] Therefore, this study was designed to investigate the risk that may result from exposure to different doses of lead acetate on body weight, hematological indices, and the function of liver and kidney.
Progressive hair dye products contain lead acetate as the active ingredient.
Lead acetate solution (0.2%) was prepared in tap water and 0.5 ml/l glacial acetic acid was added to prevent any precipitation of lead acetate.
The rationale of current study is to observe the effects of lead acetate on serum estrogen and progesterone and the role of garlic extract.
In the category of Beauty, Personal Care and Hygiene Products, DTSC has identified the following chemicals as potential candidate chemicals: phthalates; toluene; aldehydes and formaldehyde; alkyl phenols and ethoxylates; azo dye, coal tars, lead and lead acetate and triclosan.