nickel toxicity

nickel toxicity

A condition caused by nickel excess, which may be due to nickel-based jewelry (resulting in contact dermatitis) or occupational exposure (resulting in liver necrosis and pulmonary congestion); long-term nickel exposure increases the risk for nasopharygeal and lung cancer.

nickel toxicity

A condition caused by nickel excess, which may be due to nickel-based jewelry, resulting in contact dermatitis, or occupational, resulting in liver necrosis and pulmonary congestion; long-term nickel exposure increases the risk for nasopharygeal and lung cancer. See Minerals, Nickel.
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Despite nickel is classified as carcinogenic and nickel allergy is common worldwide, the molecular mechanisms responsible of nickel toxicity are not know.
The previous levels were set based on nickel toxicity associated with a collector urchin that is ultra-sensitive but not present in the waters around Guam.
In previous researches, the induction of phenolic compound biosynthesis was observed in wheat in response to nickel toxicity, and in maize in response to aluminium [23].
Activated sludge nickel toxicity studies, J Water Pollut Control Fed 53: 1314-1322).
The primary route for nickel toxicity is depletion of glutathione and bonding to sulphhydryl groups of proteins.
The purpose of this review is to provide a detailed overview of current state of knowledge of the nickel toxicity and in the formation of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species and tissue damage and role of some antioxidant supplementation.
Even nickel-based batteries are being restrained by memory effect, environmental issues, formation of dendrites, cost constraints, reverse charging issues, high self-discharge rate and nickel toxicity.
The Key Role of Ascorbate in Nickel Toxicity and Carcinogenesis
In that capacity, he developed his long-standing interest in nickel toxicity.
Nickel toxicity to fungi: influence of some environmental factors.
The chances of nickel toxicity occurring under these circumstances by the oral route are remote because a large amount of nickel is required to produce a toxic effect by ingestion.