Validation of a method for arsenic speciation in food by ion chromatography-inductively coupled plasma/mass spectrometry after ultrasonic-assisted enzymatic extraction.
Dufailly V, et al.
Journal of AOAC (Association of Official Analytical Chemists) International, 94(3), 947-958 (2011)
Martin P Pothier et al.
Frontiers in microbiology, 9, 2310-2310 (2018-10-20)
Despite its high toxicity and widespread occurrence in many parts of the world, arsenic (As) concentrations in decentralized water supplies such as domestic wells remain often unquantified. One limitation to effective monitoring is the high cost and lack of portability...
Samantha L Goggin et al.
Neurotoxicology, 33(5), 1338-1345 (2012-09-11)
Over the past two decades, key advancements have been made in understanding the complex pathology that occurs following not only high levels of arsenic exposure (>1 ppm) but also levels previously considered to be low (<100 ppb). Past studies have...
William Brattin et al.
Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A, 76(7), 449-457 (2013-04-25)
This study describes a method for measuring the relative oral bioavailability (RBA) of arsenic (As) in soil and other soil-like media using young swine as the animal model. Groups of animals are exposed to site soil or sodium arsenate orally...
Shugo Suzuki et al.
Toxicology, 299(2-3), 155-159 (2012-06-06)
Inorganic arsenic is a known human carcinogen, inducing tumors of the skin, urinary bladder and lung. It is metabolized to organic methylated arsenicals. 2,3-Dimercaptopropane-1-sulfonic acid (DMPS), a chelating agent, is capable of reducing pentavalent arsenicals to the trivalent state and...