sodium arsenite


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sodium arsenite

[′sōd·ē·əm ′ärs·ən‚īt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaAsO2 A poisonous, water-soluble, grayish powder; used in antiseptics, dyeing, insecticides, and soaps for taxidermy.
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challenge of mice with sodium arsenite reduces LPS-induced nitric oxide production by purified splenic macrophages (Sengupta and Bishayi 2002).
Group II (As) rats were fed on commercial diet containing sodium arsenite (NaAsO2) (200mg/kg) for 6 weeks.
Sodium arsenite toxicity in broiler chicks and its amelioration: haemato-biochemical and pathological studies.
Group 6: Animals were primed with HSE (100 mg/kg body weight) for 7 consecutive days and on the seventh day of experiment received a single acute dose of sodium arsenite (2.
Accordingly, an aliquot of Cu(III) solution (5 ml) was mixed with approximately large excess volume (10 ml) of sodium arsenite solution (0.
Effects of individual and combined exposure to sodium arsenite and sodium fluoride on tissue oxidative stress, arsenic and fluoride levels in male mice.
Darinaparsin caused a stress granule response similar to sodium arsenite, an inorganic arsenic, but at lower concentrations of molecule.
mouse model after exposure to 200 ppb (parts per billion; micrograms/liter) inorganic sodium arsenite, an environmentally relevant concentration (Lemaire et al.
Analytical grade sodium arsenite lead nitrate sodium chloride DMSO NaOH ethanol and EDTA were obtained from Sigma-Aldrich.
The effects of sodium arsenite exposure on behavioral parameters in the rat.