arsenite

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arsenite

(ˈɑːsɪˌnaɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a salt or ester of arsenous acid, esp a salt containing the ion A5O33–
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2005), passaged once weekly (preconfluence), continuously exposed to a nontoxic arsenic concentration (5 [micro]M, as sodium arsenite; Sigma, St.
Effects of sodium arsenite on the cytoskeleton and cellular glutathione levels in cultured cells.
METHODS: Mice were administered 10 or 50 ppb As (sodium arsenite) in their drinking water for 4 weeks.
Sodium selenite and sodium arsenite were purchased from Acros Organics (Geel, Belgium).
Sodium arsenite induces ATP depletion and mitochondrial damage in HeLa cells.
The protective role of vitamin E on the testicular tissue in rats exposed to sodium arsenite during the prenatal stage till sex maturity: A stereological analysis.
Four liter volumes of drinking water were freshly prepared with 250 [micro]g/L (ppb) or 25 mg/L (ppm) sodium arsenite every 2 wk for ad libitum, consumption.
Methods: Ovarian oxidative stress was induced in female Kunming mice (n = 40) with intraperitoneal injection of 8 mg/kg sodium arsenite (As) once every other day for 16 days; meanwhile, they were, respectively, treated by intragastric administration of 0, 100, 150, or 200 mg/kg (n = 10/group) curcumin once per day for 21 days.
Cells at 80% confluence were exposed to sodium arsenite (S7400, Sigma, St.
The inorganic form of arsenic is more harmful than the organic state, and the most toxicologically effective arsenic compounds are in the trivalent oxidation state, mainly arsenic trioxide ([As.sub.2][O.sub.3]) and sodium arsenite (NaAs[O.sub.2]) [4, 5].