arsenites


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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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immunotoxic and oxidative stress responses of Lamellidens marginalis to inorganic arsenite.
Sodium arsenite toxicity in broiler chicks and its amelioration: haemato-biochemical and pathological studies.
Effects of combined administration of captopril and DMSA on arsenite induced oxidative stress and blood and tissue arsenic concentration in rats.
Induction of a novel set of polypeptides by heat shock or sodium arsenite in cultured cells of rainbow trout Salmogairdnerii.
Evaluation of immunotoxic and immunodisruptive effects of inorganic arsenite on human monocytes/macrophages.
Sodium arsenite mediated immuno-disruption through alteration of transcription profile of cytokines in chicken splenocytes under in vitro system.
Dietary administration of sodium arsenite to rats: Relations between dose and urinary concentrations of methylated and thio-metabolites and effects on the rat urinary
Arsenite induces apoptosis in Chinese hamster ovary cells by generation of reactive oxygen species.