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nitrite

any salt or ester of nitrous acid

nitrite

[′nī‚trīt]
(chemistry)
A compound containing the radical NO2-; can be organic or inorganic.
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F phenate method for ammonium, and the 4 500--NO-2-B colorimetric method for nitrite in samples taken from the systems every eight days (Eaton, Clesceri, & Greenberg, 1995).
There were no histopathological alterations in fragments sent for analysis, which discards some diseases and reinforces the diagnosis of nitrate/ nitrite intoxication, which usually does not induce histological lesions (RADOSTITS et al.
Both nitrites and nitrates are naturally occurring inorganic compoundsmade up of nitrogen and oxygen.
Nitrite mediated NO formation has several beneficial effects, including dilation of blood vessels and reduction of inflammation and undesirable cell growth and has demonstrated encouraging results in Phase 2 clinical trials conducted to date in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF).
But don't be fooled by the "No Nitrates or Nitrites Added" that's in large print on packages of Wellshire Dry Rubbed Uncured Pork Bacon and other "uncured" meats.
Water sampling to monitor changes in total ammonia (UNESCO, 1983) and water nitrite (Bendschneider & Robinson, 1952) were done daily.
During the course of their pilot studies, they have demonstrated their product's effectiveness at radically reducing ammonia and nitrite levels in both shrimp and fish RAS systems (that were already utilizing bio-floc and bio-filtration systems respectively) to undetectable levels within a week of installation with no indication of ill effects (including gas bubble trauma) on the specimen shrimp and fish.
5) To determine the sensitivity of blue crabs to environmental nitrite in mixed-ion solutions.
Serum Nitrite level was determined by Elisa method, nitrite is the stable oxidation of nitrite oxide, which correlates with the amount of nitric oxide.
Computed spin densities and atomic charges reveal various degrees of influence of the axial ligands on the Cu-porphyrin electronic structure, which may be related to the notably different changes induced by each ligand (imidazole, nitrite, guaiacol and ABTS) on the EPR superhyperfine splitting, but with an unexpectedly strong dependence on choice of the computational methodology.
They stated that a positive LE or nitrite test or >5 WBC/HPF in a spun urine, or bacteria visualized in unspun gram-stained specimen suggest, but cannot be diagnostic of a UTI.
Methods of quantitative analysis of the nitric oxide metabolites nitrite and nitrate in human biological fluids.