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arsenites

soluble arsenic compounds, e.g. sodium arsenite. The most toxic of forms of arsenic. Used as insecticides, herbicides. See also inorganic and organic arsenic poisoning.
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arsenite, arsenate) and organic arsenic compounds (mainly arsenobetaine, arsenosugars, and arsenolipids) and their metabolites.
By better understanding arsenite, we might be able to protect humans from its hazards in the future," said Jef D.
The effects of sodium arsenite exposure on behavioral parameters in the rat.
It has already been reported that arsenite translocation from roots to the shoots is limited by its high toxicity to root membranes [53] Liu et al.
2] resistant also conferred resistance to arsenite insult providing evidence that arsenic mediated toxicity is mediated through [H.
To investigate the sensitivity and specificity of our assay, we omitted the known cofactors of the PDHc (TPP, NAD, and CoA) and inhibited the enzyme with 3-fluoropyruvate, a specific inhibitor of the E1 component (25), and with arsenite, a specific inhibitor of the E2 component (26).
Darinaparsin caused a stress granule response similar to sodium arsenite, an inorganic arsenic, but at lower concentrations of molecule.
These findings are consistent with previous data from the literature, indicating that IKK[beta] represents a key target of various NF-[kappa]B inhibitors, including cyclopen-tone prostaglandins, arsenite, and NO (Liu et al.
In order to know how to best use these microbes for bioremediation, we must first study how they eat arsenite," Santini said.
Because the relative acute toxicity of these arsenic compounds decreases from inorganic arsenite and arsenate ([LD.
Six major arsenicals associated with iAs exposure and metabolism have been detected in human urine, namely arsenite ([iAs.