Kinetic studies of mercuric
chloride on [Na.sup.+][K.sup.+]ATPase activity in kidney of the fancy carp, Cyprinus carpio.
(2002) reported that workers occupationally exposed to mercuric
vapors exhibited a statistically significant increase in blood coagulation along with increased thrombin generation.
Particularly when the highly toxic mercuric
chloride was used.
After 6-8 days, the cotyledonary leaf explants (~ 0.4-0.6 cm) were taken and surface sterilized with 0.1% (w/v) mercuric
chloride for 1-2 min and washed with double distilled water at least for 2-3 times in Laminar air flow hood.
Goering et a1 (139) too evaluated the differential expression of 4 HSPs in renal cortex and medulla of rats exposed to mercuric
"Gazza's Girl won last week on her first run back over two and a half miles and she stays three miles, so has a good chance, while Mercuric
hasn't had the advantage of a run this season and will probably need it."
One theory is that mercuric
chloride was used as a catalyst for some forms of mustard.
Sindhe et al., (2002) observed a decline in liver and ovarian proteins of Notopterus notopterus after exposure to various concentrations of cadmium chloride and mercuric
chloride, individually and in combination, for 2 months.
The new M/C formulations with mercuric
sulphate enable users of the majority of laboratory COD photometers to take advantage of the price, quality and service that Palintest reagents offer, while using their existing instrumentation.
Sections (5 [micro]m) were cut using a Microm HM 340 microtome and stained with Hematoxylin and Eosin for structural examination or with Mercuric
Bromophenol Blue to elucidate the location of proteins (Chapman 1975).
Resistogram typing was performed by disk diffusion against a panel of 6 chemicals and dyes: cadmium acetate (10 mmol/L), sodium arsenate (0.2 [micro]mol/L), ethidium bromide (15 mmol/L), propamidine isethionate (2% [wt/vol]), mercuric
chloride (0.4 [micro]mol/L), and phenylmercuric acetate (5 mmol/L) as previously described (19,20).