organotellurium

organotellurium

Any chemical containing a carbon-to-tellurium bond which, with the exception of dimethyl telluride (an uncommon product of microbial metabolism), is rarely seen outside of laboratory settings.
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1994) and a organotellurium compound (RT-01) obtained by chemical synthesis (Cantalupo et al.
A novel organotellurium compound (RT-01) as a new antileishmanial agent.
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Unfortunately, the rational study of tellurium toxicity is incipient and there is no systematic study of organoselenium and organotellurium toxicity.
Other studies have also indicated the oxidation of endogenous thiol groups by organotellurium compounds [68, 69].
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Au et al., "Organotellurium and organoselenium compounds attenuate Mn-induced toxicity in Caenorhabditis elegans by preventing oxidative stress," Free Radical Biology and Medicine, vol.
Beque, V Folmer et al., "Diethyl 2-phenyl-2 tellurophenyl vinylphosphonate: an organotellurium compound with low toxicity," Toxicology, vol.
Palma et al., "An organotellurium compound with antioxidant activity against excitotoxic agents without neurotoxic effects in brain of rats," Brain Research Bulletin, vol.
Twenty-two chapters begin with theoretical aspects of organoselenium chemistry, theoretical and computational aspects of organotellurium compounds, thermochemistry, and electrochemistry.
The product will be based on BioMAS' proprietary organotellurium drug, AS101.
characterization of organotellurium compounds.--Synthetic strategies for