lead acetate


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lead ac·e·tate

has been used as an astringent in diarrhea, and in aqueous solution as a wet dressing in certain dermatoses.
Synonym(s): sugar of lead

lead acetate

A lead compound used in solution as an astringent.
CAS # 301-04-2
See also: lead
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The experimental group B which was exposed to lead acetate had significant decrease in height of germinal epithelium in comparison with group A which served as control.
Table III.- Effect of raw and I3-irradiated pomegranate aqueous extract on hepatic and testicular malondialdehyde (MDA) and antioxidant status in rats treated with toxic dose of lead acetate.
A total of 13 bacterial isolates were recovered on nutrient agar supplemented with 100 mg/l concentration of lead acetate. Out of them 2 isolates were selected on the basis of high level of lead resistance (up to 500 mg/l).
Group C animals received 100 mg EGb761/kg/day orally18 in addition to the intraperitoneal 8 mg/kg/day of lead acetate. EGb761 solution was prepared by dissolving 25 tablets of Tanakan (Atco), each containing 40 mg of EGb761, in 50 ml of distilled water.
In our study, histopathologic comparison between the sections of the control group and experimental group subjected to lead acetate was made (Table I).
We measured development time and viability of larvae from 200 DGRP lines, which were healthy and easily reared, on standard medium and medium supplemented with 0.5 mM lead acetate. Development time was measured as the number of days it takes for a first instar larva to develop to adult.
The results of this investigation revealed that the mean body weight of the experimental animals decreased significantly (P < 0.05) in all treated groups in both genders after 12 weeks of treatment with lead acetate (Table 1).
[27], rat pups exposed to lead acetate during pregnancy and lactation showed a decreased exploratory behavior and impairment of learning and memory in the shuttle box test.
The objective of this study was to see the effects of lead acetate on the serum estrogen and progesterone levels and the protective role of garlic extract.
Lead acetate test.--Three milliliters of a 10 percent lead acetate solution was added to 1 mL of extract.
Pregnant females received lead acetate per os at the dose of 45 mg/kg/day.