roxarsone


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roxarsone

[¦räks¦är‚sōn]
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Roxarsone, a preparation which comprises of lethal arsenic is mixed to chicken feed so that the meat gives a healthier look4.
The commercial chicken feed was found to contain crude carbohydrate, crude protein, crude fat, crude fibre, vitamins, amino acids, premixes of vitamins and toxicities of roxarsone, melamine and pesticides.
A proteome investigation of roxarsone degradation by Alkaliphilus oremlandii strain OhILAs.
The approvals for three of these drugs, roxarsone, arsanilic acid, and carbarsone, were withdrawn by the U.S.
The dietary treatments consisted of a corn-soybean meal based diet or similar diets (including roxarsone and olaquindox) supplemented with 0.2%, 0.4%, 0.6%, or 0.8% IMO added at the expense of corn (based on results of a preliminary experiment).
397 (2014) ("[t]he FDA's approval led to the widespread use of roxarsone").
"Use of antibiotics and roxarsone in broiler chickens in the USA: analysis for the years 1995 to 2000." Poultry Science 81(3):356-64.
Broiler birds with feed supplementation of 45.4 mg/kg roxarsone showed gradual and significant development performance; however a significant As rise in liver was seen.
The fish food of history, containing large amount of arsanilic acid or roxarsone, usually releases pentavalent arsenic (As (V)) through the excess feeding and fish excretion, which is easily converted into trivalent arsenic (As (III)) in the lake sediment and released into lake water [22].
(7), (8)One example is Roxarsone, a controversial arsenic compound, which was approved in 1944 and has been largely used as a nutritional supplement for chicken.
Winners included: Le Zhang (Colloidal Self-Assembled Particles in Microfluidic Devices for Environmental Monitoring) and Qingqing Liu (Arsenic Specification in the Breast of Chickens Fed with Roxarsone), both of the University of Alberta.
In 1944, the FDA approved the first arsenic-containing animal drug, 3-Nitro (also known as Roxarsone), whose active ingredient was organic arsenic.