sodium selenite


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sodium selenite

[′sōd·ē·əm ′sel·ə‚nīt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Na2SeO3·5H2O White, water-soluble crystals; used in glass manufacture, as a bacteriological reagent, and for decorating porcelain.
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Comparative effects of sodium selenite and selenomethionine upon nutritional muscular dystrophy, selenium-dependent glutathione peroxidase, and tissue selenium concentrations of turkey poults.
Thus, the use of sodium selenite in animal diets has been questioned (Surai, 2006; Fortier et al.
05) in TBARS values in compare to breasts of birds fed diets supplemented with sodium selenite, which probably indicates that the organic source of selenium improved the action of the glutathione peroxidase in the process of detoxification of peroxides.
3]-induced roGFP2 redox changes by pre-treating BEAS-2B cells with 1 [micro]M sodium selenite for [less than or equal to] 48 hr before [O.
Sodium selenite increases the activity of the tumor suppressor protein, PTEN, in DU-145 prostate cancer cells.
Effect of Sodium Selenite and Zinc-L- selenomethionine on Performance and Selenium Concentrations in Eggs of Laying Hens.
Because the coproduct was rich in longer-lasting selenomethionine, the selenium status of these ewes remained adequate 6 to 10 times longer than that of ewes fed supplemental sodium selenite during pregnancy, Taylor says.
1995) and since little information is available on the protective effects of Se against Cd-induced hepatotoxicity, the present study was designed to investigate the ameliorating effect of sodium selenite on the cadmium chloride induced hepatoxicity in male Sprague-Dawley rats.
Supplementation of the substrate with sodium selenite (Na2Se03) results in increased selenium content in mycelia and basidiocarps (Werner and Beelman 2002, Stajic et al 2005, Beelman and Royse 2006).
Effects of dietary levels of selenium enriched yeast and sodium selenite as selenium sources fed to growing-finishing pigs on performance, tissue selenium, serum glutathione peroxidase activity, carcass characteristics and loin quality.
Lechuza, the Venezuelan-owned team, informed the South American press that the horses were given "Biodyl", which contains a combination of vitamin B12, sodium selenite and other minerals.
These conclusions relate only to selenium-enriched yeasts produced in compliance with the product characteristics described in the Opinion: "Selenium-enriched yeasts produced by culture in the presence of sodium selenite as the selenium source and containing, in the dried form as marketed, not more than 2.