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Synonyms for sodium

a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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2008) noted inflammation of liver steatosis (fatty liver) hepatocyte deterioration and fibrosis in sodium arsenate treated mice.
1994) reported that 400 mg/kg sodium arsenate has been resulted in significantly decrease in growth rate of ducklings but did not affect survival rate.
Groups A2, A3 and A4 animals received sodium arsenate (35 mg/kg) on 8th gestational day and vitamin C and E were given by I/P injection,(9 mg/kg/day and 15 mg/kg/day) respectively, from 8th day for rest of pregnancy period.
It was therefore, concluded from the current results that vitamin C and E are useful in protecting sodium arsenate induced reduction of weight gain.
v] )-amended diet prepared by addition of sodium arsenate heptahydrate (Sigma, St.
Relative bioavailability (RBA) was calculated as the ratio of the ABA for As in a specific soil-amended diet to the ABA for As in a diet containing sodium arsenate (NRC 2003; U.
The findings from the phone survey included use of arsenic, arsenic trioxide, asbestos, benzene, lead chromate, sodium arsenate, and sodium dichromate in pure form for science or chemistry experiments or demonstrations.
Louis, MO, USA): sodium arsenite (trivalent inorganic arsenic), sodium arsenate (pentavalent inorganic arsenic), dimethylarsinic acid (DMAV), phenylephrine, and serotonin creatinine sulfate.
Marine agar (for aerobic isolates) and sulfate-reducing agar (for anaerobic isolates) plates were poured with sodium arsenate concentrations of 0, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 150 mM.