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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In a randomized controlled clinical trial, patients with aggressive head and neck cancers took either 200 micrograms per day of sodium selenite or a placebo.
2010), supplementing heifers with sodium selenite or organic selenium, also found increase of selenium concentration in the blood of supplemented animals compared to those not receiving supplementation.
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.
One group was fed a regular diet containing the standard sodium selenite at the recommended daily amount, and the other was fed a diet that included the selenium-rich coproduct providing selenium at nine times the daily requirement.
4[micro]g of selenium when the substrate is supplemented with 10 [micro]g/g of sodium selenite, therefore providing more than 20 percent of the recommended daily values (DV) (Rodriguez Estrada et al.
Metabolites of sodium selenite and methylated selenium-compounds administered at cancer chemoprevention levels in the rat.
And in earlier studies of a malnourished population in China, a supplement of high-selenium yeast (along with vitamin E and beta-carotene) seemed to lower the risk of stomach cancer, while a multivitamin with sodium selenite did not.
Sodium selenite produces cataracts with characteristics similar to human cataracts, including increased calcium, protein aggregation, and reduced glutathione.
The pyrimidine derivatives contribute to the restoration of the liver functional activity and its morphological structure at acute and chronic poisoning with CC14, trinitrotoluene and sodium selenite [3,4].
Life Extension Mix[TM] now contains the sodium selenite form of selenium in addition to L-selenomethionine and Se-methyl-L selenocysteine.
Sodium selenite and sodium arsenite were purchased from Acros Organics (Geel, Belgium).