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Organoselenium and organotellurium compounds: toxicology and pharmacology.
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The development of new organochalcogens with higher thiol-peroxidase activity that can use other non-toxic thiol reducing agents, such as N-acetylcysteine instead of glutathione, will permit the investigation of the co-administration of organochAlcogens and thiols as a formulation for antioxidant therapy. Expand
Effect of organic forms of selenium on delta-aminolevulinate dehydratase from liver, kidney, and brain of adult rats.
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The results suggest that delta-ALA-D from liver, kidney, and brain is a potential molecular target for the toxic effect of organic forms of selenium and tellurium. Expand
Candida dubliniensis: Epidemiology and Phenotypic Methods for Identification
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In this article, the various phenotypic methods used in the identification of C. dubliniensis are reviewed and the epidemiological impact of this new species is reviewed. Expand
Anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive activity of diphenyl diselenide
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Evidence is provided that administration of diphenyl diselenide produced anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive activity, significantly higher than ebselen. Expand
Potential renal and hepatic toxicity of diphenyl diselenide, diphenyl ditelluride and Ebselen for rats and mice.
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The present study provides evidence for liver and renal toxicity of (PhTe)(2) as well as potential toxic effects of diphenyl diselenide, Diphenyl ditelluride and Ebselen in rats and mice. Expand
Antioxidant Properties of New Chalcogenides Against Lipid Peroxidation in Rat Brain
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(AA-Se)2 and (AA-S)2 can be considered as potential pharmaceutical antioxidant agents, respectively, after thiobarbituric reactive species (TBARS) production by rat brain homogenates was determined colorimetrically. Expand
Protective role of aryl and alkyl diselenides on lipid peroxidation.
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It is demonstrated that alkyl and aryl diselenide protection against lipid peroxidation was different in mice and rats and the compounds tested acted more as antioxidants in the brains of mice than in the minds of rats. Expand
Monoaminergic agents modulate antidepressant-like effect caused by diphenyl diselenide in rats
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It is demonstrated that the antidepressant-like effect caused by diphenyl diselenide seems to be mediated by involvement of the central monoaminergic system. Expand
Oral administration of diphenyl diselenide protects against cadmium-induced liver damage in rats.
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It is demonstrated that co-treatment with (PhSe)(2) ameliorated hepatotoxicity and cellular damage in rat liver after sub-chronic exposure with CdCl(2). Expand
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