tetrachloride


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tetrachloride

(tĕt″ră-klō′rīd)
A radical with four atoms of chlorine.
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Bound antibodies were detected with avidin biotinylated peroxidase complex ABC-kit Vectastain and the chromogen 3,37 diaminobenzidine tetrachloride (DAB) is used as substrate.
Recknagel, "A new direction in the study of carbon tetrachloride hepatotoxicity," Life Sciences, vol.
This was carried out by repeated intoxication of rats with carbon tetrachloride (0.3 mL/Kg) at every 72 h intervals with concomitant daily administration of the extracts for twelve days.
Clawson, "Mechanisms of carbon tetrachloride hepatotoxicity," Pathology and Immunopathology Research, vol.8, pp.
Grenades filled with carbon tetrachloride, however, are potentially dangerous, and should be treated as such.
On the basis of a complex of heat engineering and engineering-technological investigations new technologies for reduction of titanium from titanium tetrachloride by magnesium and vacuum separation of formed in the process of the reduction reaction mass with production of spongy titanium of the highest grades have been developed for the new apparatus.
The present study was carried out to determine the effect of the aqueous extract of the herb on experimental liver damage induced by carbon tetrachloride and paracetamol.
Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) is well-known to be extensively used hepatotoxin for decades; persuading liver injury in different experimental approaches (Basu, 2003).
Conatus Pharmaceuticals announced a new publication in Hepatology Communications detailing results following seven-day treatment with emricasan, the company's pan-caspase inhibitor, in rats with advanced cirrhosis including increased portal pressure induced by chronic carbon tetrachloride administration.
Group B is treated with toxic doses of carbon tetrachloride which had significantly elevated the values of the liver functional test, cholesterol and total proteins levels were reduced when compared to Group A.