An arsenical which has been used as a feed additive for enteric conditions in pigs and poultry. It causes blindness and is ototoxic and nephrotoxic in animals.
An arsenic derivative which has anticoccidial action and promotes growth in animals.
Inorganic or organic compounds that contain arsenic.
A genotoxicological technique for measuring DNA damage in an individual cell using single-cell gel electrophoresis. Cell DNA fragments assume a "comet with tail" formation on electrophoresis and are detected with an image analysis system. Alkaline assay conditions facilitate sensitive detection of single-strand damage.

The N-acetylation of arsanilic acid In vitro by mammalian enzymes. (1/11)

The N-acetylation of arsanilic acid was assayed in vitro by modifying a literature method for acetylation of p-aminobenzoic acid. Conditions included final concentrations of 1.0 mM dithiothreitol, 1.0 mM EDTA, 0.45 mM acetyl coenzyme A, an acetyl coenzyme A regenerating system using bacterial phosphotransacetylase and acetyl phosphate, 5.0 mM arsanilate substrate, and 25 mM sodium/potassium phosphate buffer, pH 7.4, in a total volume of 0.5 ml. Incubation was at 37 degrees C, with 0.5- to 2-mg N-acetyltransferase enzyme protein from a preparation of guinea pig liver. The reaction was terminated by heat precipitation. The resulting supernatant was put through a 4 mm 0.45 microm polysulfone membrane syringe filter. The filtrate could then be injected directly onto the HPLC. With arsanilic acid as substrate, the product N-acetylarsanilic acid (NAA) was identified by its retention time (33 min) in the HPLC system of the laboratory. The 33-min fraction collected from the HPLC was scanned and gave the characteristic UV spectrum of NAA, with peaks at 203 and 256 nm. In addition, the product comigrated in the HPLC system with standard NAA. Under comparable assay conditions, the N-acetylation of arsanilate by the guinea pig enzyme preparation is about 24% the rate of that of the model substrate p-aminobenzoic acid. Typical activity for arsanilate acetylation was 0.5 nmol/min/mg enzyme protein. Using the same assay system and HPLC detection method, the supernatant from bacterial lysates containing recombinant human N-acetyltransferase 1 exhibited acetylation activity toward arsanilate of 720 nmol/min/mg enzyme protein.  (+info)

Vestibular information is required for dead reckoning in the rat. (2/11)

Dead reckoning is an on-line form of spatial navigation used by an animal to identify its present location and return directly to a starting location, even after circuitous outward trips. At present, it is not known which of several self-movement cues (efferent copy from movement commands, proprioceptive information, sensory flow, or vestibular information) are used to compute homeward trajectories. To determine whether vestibular information is important for dead reckoning, the impact of chemical labyrinthectomy was evaluated in a test that demanded on-line computation of a homeward trajectory. Rats were habituated to leave a refuge that was visible from all locations on a circular table to forage for large food pellets, which they carried back to the refuge to eat. Two different probe trials were given: (1) the rats foraged from the same spatial location from a hidden refuge in the light and so were able to use visual cues to navigate; (2) the same procedure took place in the dark, constraining the animals to dead reckon. Although control rats carried food directly and rapidly back to the refuge on both probes, the rats with vestibular lesions were able to do so on the hidden refuge but not on the dark probe. The scores of vestibular reflex tests predicted the dead reckoning deficit. The vestibular animals were also impaired in learning a new piloting task. This is the first unambiguous demonstration that vestibular information is used in dead reckoning and also contributes to piloting.  (+info)

Strong galvanic vestibular stimulation obscures arterial pressure response to gravitational change in conscious rats. (3/11)

Galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS) is known to create an imbalance in the vestibular inputs; thus it is possible that the simultaneously applied GVS obscures adequate gravity-based inputs to the vestibular organs or modifies an input-output relationship of the vestibular system and then impairs the vestibular-mediated response. To examine this, arterial pressure (AP) response to gravitational change was examined in conscious rats with and without GVS. Free drop-induced microgravity and centrifugation-induced hypergravity were employed to elicit vestibular-mediated AP response. GVS itself induced pressor response in an intensity-dependent manner. This pressor response was completely abolished by vestibular lesion, suggesting that the GVS-induced response was mediated by the vestibular system. The pressor response to microgravity (35 +/- 3 mmHg) was significantly reduced by simultaneously applied GVS (19 +/- 1 mmHg), and pressor response to 3-G load was also significantly reduced by GVS. However, GVS had no effect on air jet-induced pressor response. The effects of GVS on pressor response to gravitational change were qualitatively and quantitatively similar to that caused by the vestibular lesion, effects of which were demonstrated in our previous studies (Gotoh TM, Fujiki N, Matsuda T, Gao S, Morita H. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 286: R25-R30, 2004; Matsuda T, Gotoh TM, Tanaka K, Gao S, Morita H. Brain Res 1028: 140-147, 2004; Tanaka K, Gotoh TM, Awazu C, Morita H. Neurosci Lett 397: 40-43, 2006). These results indicate that GVS reduced the vestibular-mediated pressor response to gravitational change but has no effect on the non-vestibular-mediated pressor response. Thus GVS might be employed for the acute interruption of the AP response to gravitational change.  (+info)

Vestibular-mediated increase in central serotonin plays an important role in hypergravity-induced hypophagia in rats. (4/11)

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DNA damage and decrease of cellular oxidase activity in piglet Sertoli cells exposed to arsanilic acid. (5/11)

The study was designed to explore the toxic effects of arsanilic acid on piglet Sertoli cells. Sertoli cells were isolated from piglet testes using a two-step enzyme digestion followed by differential plating. Piglet Sertoli cells were cultured and classified into the following five groups: group A, the control without arsanilic acid treatment; group B, cultured with 5 microM arsanilic acid; group C, cultured with 50 microM arsanilic acid; group D, cultured with 0.5 mM arsanilic acid; and group E, cultured with 5 mM arsanilic acid. We found that Sertoli cell growth was inhibited by arsanilic acid at 0.5 mM compared with the control, group A. The oxidase activity of Sertoli cells was decreased by arsanilic acid at 0.5 mM as evidenced by the observations that arsanilic acid increased MDA content but decreased the SOD and GSH-Px activities of Sertoli cells. Moreover, 50 microM of arsanilic acid was observed to cause DNA damage in Sertoli cells. The results of our study suggest that exposure of Sertoli cells to arsanilic acid leads to induction of oxidative stress and inhibition of cell growth at a high concentration, while arsanilic acid causes DNA damage in Sertoli cells at a low concentration.  (+info)

Affinity maturation in the arsonate system: lack of dominance of high-affinity antibody subpopulations. (6/11)

Affinity maturation was studied by the analysis of the kinetics of the appearance of antibody subpopulations with different affinities during the immune response, using an hapten-inhibition ELISA. The immune response in KLH-Ar-immunized A/J mice was used as a model system. Five antibody subpopulations of different affinity (10(3)-10(7) M-1) could be detected, the relative concentrations of which changed during affinity maturation. The high-affinity antibody subpopulations did not represent the major fraction at any stage during affinity maturation. The appearance of the highest affinity subpopulation (10(7) M-1), despite exhibiting relative concentrations no higher than 12%, produced an important increase in average affinity. On the other hand, its disappearance at the end of the maturation process could explain the average affinity decrease observed at this stage. Our results indicate that affinity maturation cannot be explained by the dominance of high-affinity clones, as proposed by Siskind & Benacerraf (1969). The increase in affinity could rather be due to the progressive appearance of low percentages of high-affinity clones, which are not present in the primary response and never become dominant.  (+info)

Feeding sodium arsanilate for exciting diarrhea and identifying carriers of swine dysentery. (7/11)

Sodium arsanilate was fed to nondiarrhetic swine, previously exposed to and treated for swine dysentery, for the purpose of inducing them into developing a swine dysentery diarrhea. From 40 to 100% of these swine in each pen had previously had a swine dysentery diarrhea. The isolate of Treponema hyodysenteriae in the diced colon which was used to expose the swine was resistant to sodium arsanilate. After an interim of no treatment for swine dysentery, sodium arsanilate was fed at a level of 220 parts per million for 21 days. Of the 14 pens containing swine fed sodium arsanilate, ten pens had one or more swine that developed a swine dysentery diarrhea while being fed sodium arsanilate. This was significantly (P less than 0.05) greater than the three pens that each had one pig that developed a swine dysentery diarrhea of 13 pens containing similar swine not fed sodium arsanilate during a comparable period. In the 14 pens containing swine fed sodium arsanilate, 14 swine were the first to develop a swine dysentery diarrhea since in four pens, two swine in each pen developed diarrhea within 24 hours of each other. This also was significantly (P less than 0.01) greater than the three swine in the ten pens not fed sodium arsanilate. From these results, it was theorized that sodium arsanilate excited the nondiarrhetic carrier into developing a swine dysentery diarrhea and that this phenomenon may have potential in identifying the carrier state.  (+info)

Probable elimination of swine dysentery after feeding ronidazole, carbadox or lincomycin and verification by feeding sodium arsanilate. (8/11)

Swine dysentery did not recur during a nine week period after withdrawal of medication in swine fed ronidazole at a level of 60 parts per million of feed for ten weeks or fed either carbadox at 55 ppm or lincomycin at 110 ppm of feed for six weeks. During this period swine dysentery was neither transmitted to accompanying sentinels after the withdrawal of the above medication or was Treponema hyodysenteriae isolated and cultured or observed in stained smears from rectal swabs and feces or from colonic scrapings at necropsy. Beginning three weeks after the withdrawal of medication, all swine were fed sodium arsanilate at a concentration of 220 ppm of feed for three weeks in an attempt to excite the carrier of swine dysentery into developing a swine dysentery diarrhea. A swine dysentery diarrhea did recur during the feeding of sodium arsanilate in swine previously fed ronidazole at a level of 60 ppm of feed for only six weeks. It was concluded: that swine dysentery was probably eliminated with the feeding of ronidazole for the longer duration and with the feeding of carbadox and lincomycin and that sodium arsanilate was of value in identifying the carrier state.  (+info)

... , also known as aminophenyl arsenic acid or aminophenyl arsonic acid, is an organoarsenic compound, an amino ... including arsanilic acid, leaving only nitarsone approved. In 2015, the FDA withdrew nitarsone's approval. Arsanilic acid is ... Arsanilic acid saw long use as a veterinary feed additive promoting growth and to prevent or treat dysentery in poultry and ... Arsanilic acid gained use as a feed additive for poultry and swine to promote growth and prevent or treat dysentery. For ...
Arsanilic acid was discovered to treat sleeping sickness in the early 1900s, but its usage in humans was discontinued after it ... Arsonic acid refers to H3AsO3, the case where the substituent is a single hydrogen atom. The other arsonic acids can simply be ... ISBN 978-0-309-02604-8. "Arsanilic acid-MIB #4". Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Sep 2006. Archived from the original on 2012- ... Phenylarsonic acid results when the substituent is a phenyl group. The Béchamp reaction is used to produce arsonic acids from ...
... arsanilic acid, and carbarsone approvals, leaving only nitarsone approvals in place. In 2015, the FDA withdrew the approval of ... arsanilic acid, and carbarsone. In September 2013, the FDA announced that Zoetis and Fleming Laboratories would voluntarily ... It was first reported in a 1923 British patent that described the nitration and diazotization of arsanilic acid. When blended ... KB Kerr; JR Narveson; FA Lux (1969). "Toxicity of an organic arsenical, 3-nitro-4-hydroxyphenylarsonic acid. Residues in ...
Béchamp also synthesized the first organic arsenical drug, arsanilic acid, from which Paul Ehrlich later synthesized salvarsan ... Béchamp Synthesis of para-substituted arylarsenous acids and Transformation of nitro aromatics into amino aromatics (Articles ...
These include 4-hydroxy-3-nitrobenzenearsonic acid (3-NHPAA, or Roxarsone), p-arsanilic acid (p-ASA), 4-nitrophenylarsonic acid ... 4-NPAA), and p-ureidophenylarsonic acid (p-UPAA). Bullard, R. H.; Dickey, J. B. "Phenylarsonic Acid" Organic Syntheses, ... This colourless solid is an organic derivative of arsenic acid, AsO(OH)3, where one OH group has been replaced by a phenyl ... Phenylarsonic acid is the chemical compound with the formula C6H5AsO(OH)2, commonly abbreviated PhAsO3H2. ...
... arsanilic acid, and carbarsone approvals, leaving only nitarsone approvals in place. In 2015 FDA withdrew the approval of using ... arsanilic acid, and roxarsone. In September 2013, the FDA announced that Zoetis and Fleming Laboratories would voluntarily ... Worden AN, Wood EC (1973). "The effect of Carbarsone (33.6 per cent w-v p-ureidobenzene arsonic acid) on bodyweight gain, food ... Arsonic acids, Ureas, Anilines, All stub articles, Antiinfective agent stubs). ...
The reaction proceeds according to this idealized stoichiometry for the preparation of arsanilic acid: C6H5NH2 + H3AsO4 → ... C. S. Hamilton & J. F. Morgan (1944). "The Preparation of Aromatic Arsonic and Arsinic Acids by the Bart, Bechamp, and ... In organic synthesis the Béchamp reaction is used for producing arsonic acids from activated aromatic substrates. The reaction ... H. P. Brown & C. S. Hamilton (1934). "Naphthalenearsonic Acids. The Application of the Béchamp Reaction to α-Naphthylamine". J ...
... including 4-hydroxy-3-nitrobenzenearsonic acid (3-NHPAA or Roxarsone), ureidophenylarsonic acid, and p-arsanilic acid. These ... The monomethylated acid, methanearsonic acid (CH3AsO(OH)2), is a precursor to fungicides (tradename Neoasozin) in the ... dimethylarsinous acid) and (CH3)2As(O)OH (dimethylarsinic acid), which have the oxidation states As(III) and As(V), ... In combination with all-trans retinoic acid, it is FDA-approved as first-line treatment for promyelocytic leukemia. Inorganic ...
... arsanilic acid (INN) arsenic trioxide (USAN) arsthinol (INN) Artane. Redirects to Trihexyphenidyl. arteflene (INN) artemether ( ...
... once was one of four arsenical food-animal drugs-along with roxarsone, arsanilic acid, and carbarsone-approved by the ... arsanilic acid, and carbarsone, which left nitarsone as the only arsenical approved in the U.S. for use in food animals. But in ... Arsonic acids, Veterinary drugs, Antiprotozoal agents, Medicated feed). ...
1) In an acid medium Para-arsanilic acid or sulphanilamide + NO− 2 → Diazonium salt 2) In an acid medium Diazonium salt + ... 1) Reaction catalysed by leukocyte esterase Indolecarboxylic acid ester → Indoxyl + Acid 2) In acid medium Indoxyl + Diazonium ... The proportions are 78% beta-hydroxybutyric acid, 20% acetoacetic acid and 2% acetone. The test used in the urine test strips ... para-arsanilic acid or sulphanilamide) in order to form a diazonium salt that in turn reacts with tetrahydrobenzoquinoline to ...
... including 4-hydroxy-3-nitrobenzenearsonic acid (3-NHPAA or Roxarsone), ureidophenylarsonic acid and p-arsanilic acid. These ... arsinous acids (R2AsOH), rare arsinic acids (R2As(O)OH), common, illustrated by cacodylic acid (R = CH3) arsonic acids (RAs(O)( ... Cacodylic acid arises from the methylation of arsenic(III) oxide. Phenylarsonic acids can be accessed by the reaction of ... The monomethylated acid, methanearsonic acid (CH3AsO(OH)2), is a precursor to fungicides (tradename Neoasozin) in the ...
... arsanilic acid MeSH D02.691.088.040 - arsenamide MeSH D02.691.088.042 - arsenates MeSH D02.691.088.044 - arsenazo iii MeSH ... quinic acid MeSH D02.241.511.852 - shikimic acid MeSH D02.241.511.902 - sugar acids MeSH D02.241.511.902.107 - ascorbic acid ... edetic acid MeSH D02.241.081.038.455 - egtazic acid MeSH D02.241.081.038.581 - iodoacetic acid MeSH D02.241.081.038.581.400 - ... hexuronic acids MeSH D02.241.081.844.915.400.500 - iduronic acid MeSH D02.241.081.901.177 - aconitic acid MeSH D02.241.081.901. ...
Aminophenylarsonic acid. 5022. ARSENIC, organo-. Arsanilic acid. 5022. ARSENIC, organo-. Chlorophenol. 2014. p-CHLOROPHENOL. ... Phosphoric acid. 7908. NON-VOLATILE ACIDS (Sulfuric Acid and Phosphoric Acid. Phosphorus (P). 7302. ELEMENTS by ICP (Microwave ... Hydrochloric acid. 7907. VOLATILE ACIDS by Ion Chromatography. Hydrofluoric acid. 7906. PARTICULATE FLUORIDES and HYDROFLUORIC ... S-Phenylmercapturic acid. 8326. S-BENZYLMERCAPTURIC ACID and S-PHENYLMERCAPTURIC ACID in Urine. ...
Arsanilic Acid Preferred Term Term UI T003454. Date01/01/1999. LexicalTag NON. ThesaurusID ... Arsanilic Acid Preferred Concept UI. M0001717. Registry Number. UDX9AKS7GM. Related Numbers. UC2409302Q. Scope Note. An ... 4-Aminobenzenearsonic Acid Atoxyl Sodium Arsanilate Sodium Arsenilate p-Aminophenylarsonic Acid Registry Number. UDX9AKS7GM. ... Arsanilic Acid. Tree Number(s). D02.129.030. Unique ID. D001147. RDF Unique Identifier. http://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D001147 ...
Arsanilic acid contributes more to total arsenic than roxarsone in chicken meat from chinese markets. J Hazard Mater 383:doi: ... The folic acid and creatine trial: treatment effects of supplementation on arsenic methylation indices and metabolite ...
Arsanilic Acid. View Detail Avoparcin 10%. View Detail Bacitracin Methylene Disalicylate. View Detail ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
Arsanilic Acid Preferred Term Term UI T003454. Date01/01/1999. LexicalTag NON. ThesaurusID ... Arsanilic Acid Preferred Concept UI. M0001717. Registry Number. UDX9AKS7GM. Related Numbers. UC2409302Q. Scope Note. An ... 4-Aminobenzenearsonic Acid Atoxyl Sodium Arsanilate Sodium Arsenilate p-Aminophenylarsonic Acid Registry Number. UDX9AKS7GM. ... Arsanilic Acid. Tree Number(s). D02.129.030. Unique ID. D001147. RDF Unique Identifier. http://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D001147 ...
Arsanilic acid EC / List no: 202-674-3 , CAS no: 98-50-0 ... Arsenous acid EC / List no: - , CAS no: 13464-58-9 Silicic acid ... Arsenenic acid EC / List no: - , CAS no: 10102-53-1 Arsonic acid, methyl-, compd. with 1-octanamine (1:1) EC / List no: - , CAS ... Silicic acid (H4SiO4), magnesium manganese(2+) zinc salt, arsenic and lead-doped EC / List no: - , CAS no: 68784-76-9 ... Silicic acid (H4SiO4), zinc salt (1:2), arsenic and manganese-doped EC / List no: 271-895-5 , CAS no: 68611-46-1 ...
Arsanilic Acid Entry term(s). 4 Aminobenzenearsonic Acid 4-Aminobenzenearsonic Acid Acid, 4-Aminobenzenearsonic Acid, Arsanilic ... 4 Aminobenzenearsonic Acid. 4-Aminobenzenearsonic Acid. Acid, 4-Aminobenzenearsonic. Acid, Arsanilic. Acid, p- ... Acid, p-Aminophenylarsonic p Aminophenylarsonic Acid p-Aminophenylarsonic Acid Sodium Arsenilate - Narrower Concept UI. ... Arsanilic Acid - Preferred Concept UI. M0001717. Scope note. An arsenical which has been used as a feed additive for enteric ...
Modification of TiO2 by Er3+ and rGO enhancing visible photocatalytic degradation of arsanilic acid. ... Pure TiO2 has almost no photocatalytic activity for arsanilic acid (p-ASA) degradation under visible light irradiation. However ... that this nucleic acid testing method is advantageous compared with traditional PCR and other isothermal nucleic acid ...
AROTINOLOL C72609 85713MT0EH ARPROMIDINE C72108 B55BD1QM4Q ARRHENATHERUM ELATIUS POLLEN C85112 UDX9AKS7GM ARSANILIC ACID C29883 ... C78480 71M78END5S OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS C493 D87YGH4Z0Q OMEGA-3-ACID ETHYL ESTERS C66255 116Z6MZN1M OMEGA-6 FATTY ACIDS C2563 ... IOTHALAMIC ACID C61792 2XLB86RCW8 IOTHALAMIC ACID I-125 C87198 Y3779XL39I IOTHIOURACIL SODIUM C76013 4F8YJZ690M IOTRANIC ACID ... ACID C63810 1W5N8SZD9A GLUFOSFAMIDE C1612 C62ZH19B0L GLUNICATE C87632 3KX376GY7L GLUTAMIC ACID C1115 M0C2SP444T GLUTAMIC ACID ...
... arsanilic acid . specific ) in the spleens of rabbits in- arsanilic ... ... The maximum number of body against simple chemically defined PFC specific for arsanilic acid ( arsanil- the spleens of rabbits ...
When combined with Arsanilic Acid use (371,435 lbs/year), arsenicals total 2,343,878 lbs/year -- about the same as just two of ... 236,000 pounds of hydrochloric acid and 4,600 pounds of hydrofluoric acid.[26] Thats about 1,722 pounds a day of acid gases ... Hydrochloric Acid (HCl). 118. 236,000. Other Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs). (i.e. Hydrofluoric acid, metals, dioxins/furans) ... Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4) Stack Air emissions in Minnesota, 2000:. Note: the total of these existing sources is 244,375 lbs -- less ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
Arsanilic Acid 10% Premix; Aspirin 70% Water Soluble Powder/Granular; Atropine Sulfate Powder/Granular; Avermectin 2% Powder/ ... DL-Aspartic Acid (Ukraine Registered) ; Doramectin; Doxycycline Hcl;. Enramycin; Ethopabate; Fenbendazole; Florfenicol; ... Magnesium Ascorbic Acid Phosphate and Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride Premix; Metronidazole 70% Water Soluble Powder/Granular; ...
Arsanilic Acid Arsenamide Arsenate Reductases Arsenates Arsenazo III Arsenic Arsenic Poisoning Arsenicals Arsenite Transporting ... Amino Acids Amino Acids, Acidic Amino Acids, Aromatic Amino Acids, Basic Amino Acids, Branched-Chain Amino Acids, Cyclic Amino ... Acid Ceramidase Acid Etching, Dental Acid Phosphatase Acid Rain Acid Sensing Ion Channel Blockers Acid Sensing Ion Channels ... Acids Acids, Acyclic Acids, Aldehydic Acids, Carbocyclic Acids, Heterocyclic Acids, Noncarboxylic Acidulated Phosphate Fluoride ...
The practice of feeding 3-nitro-4-hydroxyphenylarsonic acid (Roxarsone, Rox) to chickens lasted... ... Metabolism of arsanilic acid. I. Metabolic stability of doubly labeled arsanilic acid in chickens.Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 7:850- ... AsB, arsenite (AsIII), dimethylarsinic acid (DMAV), monomethylarsonic acid (MMAV), Roxarsone, and an Unknown arsenic species ( ... Rox, arsenobetaine, arsenite, monomethylarsonic acid, dimethylarsinic acid, and a new arsenic metabolite, were detected in ...
If nitrites are present they will react with arsanilic acid and produce a color change (e.g., pink). If LE is present it will ... cause a hydrolysis reaction with an amino acid ester, which produces a pyrrole, which then reacts with diazonium salts to ...
Arsanilic_Acid,create,22-AUG-08,(null),(null) C75247,Dichlorophenarsine,create,22-AUG-08,(null),(null) C75248, ... Acid,create,22-AUG-08,(null),(null) C75262,Urefibrate,create,22-AUG-08,(null),(null) C75263,Arteflene,create,22-AUG-08,(null),( ... Acid-Induced_Protein_1,create,22-AUG-08,(null),(null) C75456,Potocki_Shaffer_Syndrome,create,22-AUG-08,(null),(null) C75457, ...
Arsanilic acid (substance). Code System Preferred Concept Name. Arsanilic acid (substance). Concept Status. Published. ...
Arsanilic acid causes apoptosis and oxidative stress in rat kidney epithelial cells (NRK-52e cells) by the activation of the ...
Analysis showed that the article contained 6 times the labeled amount of arsanilic acid. LIBELED : 12-14-61, Dist. N. Dak. ... LABEL IN PART: "Richland Quality 18% Pig Starter Medicated * * * Active Drug Ingredient Arsanilic Acid 0.0016% ; Manganese ... "Arsanilic Acid 0.0016%" was false and misleading as applied to the article which con- tained an excess of that ingredient; 502( ... The article was manufactured by the dealer from arsanilic acid shipped in interstate commerce as described above. ...
The antibody-arsanilic acid solution is then dialyzed against saline to get rid of the arsanilic acid. The resulting protein ... The haptene, arsanilic acid, is then added, and the solution is dialyzed against arsanilic acid solution until the original ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
Efficient and rapid removal of p-arsanilic acid (p-ASA) in water is very important in environmental protection and human health ... Effectively remove p-arsanilic acid from water over amphiphilic amino modified collagen fiber. ... Herein, phosphoric acid group and amidoxime group were grafted to skin collagen fibers through " initiated access" to design a ... Thereafter, the antifibrotic mechanism of rhein was validated in TGF-ß- and oleic acid- induced HK-2 and NRK-52E cells in vitro ...
E2.520.89 Arsanilic Acid D1.632.88.30 Arsenamide D1.632.88.40 Arsenates D1.632.88.42 Arsenazo III D1.632.88.44 Arsenicals ... D1.632.825.375 Technetium Tc 99m Diethyl-iminodiacetic Acid D1.632.825.445 Technetium Tc 99m Dimercaptosuccinic Acid D1.632. ... D12.644.548.586.200.500.250 Cacodylic Acid D1.632.88.100 CADASIL C10.228.140.300.275.249 C14.907.253.329.249 Candicidin D4.345. ... D1.632.88.60 p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid D1.632.750.740.644.261.275 Palatine Tonsil A10.549.800 A10.549.580 A15.382.520.604.800 ...
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  • Roxarsone, or 3-nitro-4-hydroxyphenylarsonic acid, is currently the most commonly used arsenical compound in poultry feed in the United States, with a usage of 23 to 45 grams of chemical per ton of feed for broiler chickens for increased weight gain, feed efficiency, improved pigmentation, and prevention of parasites. (energyjustice.net)