arsenite


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arsenite

[′är·sə‚nīt]
(inorganic chemistry)
AsO33-A negative ion derived from aqueous solutions of As4O6.
A salt or ester of arsenious acid.
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Myogenesis is associated with the development of the insulin-responsive glucose transport system and there are indications that arsenite may have similar effects on myogenic differentiation; however, this has not been studied to the same extent as its effects on adipocytes.
Coordination of JNK 1 and JN2 is critical for GADD45 [alpha] induction and its mediated cell apoptosis in arsenite responses.
This information not only opens the doors to developing safer therapeutic alternatives to arsenite-based medicines, but it may allow researchers counter the negative effects of arsenite poisoning.
Effects of glutathione depletion on the acute nephrotoxic potential of arsenite and on arsenic metabolism in hamsters.
2] because 2-oxoglutarate dehydrogenase complex (2-ODHc) is inhibited by arsenite, giving a incubation 7/incubation 8 ratio of ~2 (Table 1).
Chronic low-level arsenite exposure through drinking water increases blood pressure and promotes concentric left ventricular hypertrophy in female mice.
Selective induction of apoptosis of NB4 cells from G2+M phase by sodium arsenite at lower doses.
There may be two pathways by which arsenite enters into rice roots.
They were often coloured with pigments that used large doses of arsenic and lead, and after 1775 it was frequently soaked in an especially insidious compound called copper arsenite.
Inorganic arsenic exists mainly in 2 forms arsenite ([As.
To examine the specificity of the determined enzyme activity, we inhibited PDHc activity with 3-fluoropyruvate (5 mmol/L), a potent inhibitor of the E1 component (25); for some experiments with arsenite (1 mmol/L), we added a specific inhibitor of the E2 component (26).
arsenite and arsenate, free' and protein bound forms of cadmium, zinc, copper and silver ions in fish tissues).