sodium arsenate


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sodium arsenate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′ärs·ən‚āt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Na3 AsO4·12H2O Water-soluble, poisonous, clear, colorless crystals with a mild alkaline taste; melts at 86°C; used in medicine, insecticides, dry colors, and textiles, and as a germicide and a chemical intermediate.
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In broilers sodium arsenate @150 ppm resulted in decreased feed intake and weight gain with increased feed conversion ratio (FCR).
Sodium arsenate induces overproduction of interleukin-1alpha in murine keratinocytes: role of mitochondria.
Key words: Sodium arsenate, maternotoxic, antioxidant.
2003) that inhibition of arsenic methylation in mice, by pretreatment with periodate - oxidized adenosine (PAD) and administration of sodium arsenate 30 min after it; caused maternal toxicity, low fetal weight and prenatal mortality.
Group A2 animals were treated with sodium arsenate 35 mg/kg (Na2Has- O4.
The gross clinical condition of mice was unaffected by ingestion of any of the amended diets; amendment of diet with soil or sodium arsenate did not significantly affect cumulative diet consumption (data not shown).
Similarities in the pattern and extent of urinary clearance of As in mice that have received sodium arsenate over a wide range of dose levels suggest that dose level does not influence uptake of [As.