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arsenical

[ar′sen·ə·kəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to arsenic.
A compound that contains arsenic.
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DNA damage induced by methylated trivalent arsenicals is mediated by reactive oxygen species.
Determination of trivalent methylated arsenicals in biological matrices.
The biological and economic assessment of pentachlorophenol, inorganic arsenicals, and creosote.
In 1978, the EPA began investigating the risk that inorganic arsenicals cause cancer, genetic mutation, and birth defects.
Since modest amounts of arsenicals and mercury did not cause seroconversion of the blood (the Wasserman tests still were positive), they assumed that treatment had no possible effect upon syphilis.
Because of the capacity of trivalent arsenicals to oxidize to pentavalent forms in urine, the accurate measurements of urinary [iAs.
Interpretation of the results, however, may be complicated by the presence of other arsenicals in the algae, including unknown compounds.
He starts with Paul Ehrlich's antitreponemal arsenicals and ends with the antisense agents now in early clinical trials for the treatment of autoimmune diseases and cancer, covering in the process the development of antibacterial and antiviral agents, vaccines, antimetabolites, and hormone-based antineoplastic agents.
III] and the trivalent methylated arsenicals that are produced in the course of iAs metabolism--methylarsonite (MAsIn) and dimethylarsinite (DMAsHI)--play key roles in these mechanisms (Douillet et al.
Unfortunately, not only are arsenicals poisonous, but many arsenic compounds ignite and explode spontaneously in dry air.
Stock solutions (1000 mg As/L) of these arsenicals were prepared by dissolving appropriate amounts of the corresponding arsenic compounds in 0.