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Biotic Generation of Arsenic(III) in Metal(loid)-Contaminated Freshwater Lake Sediments
Sediments of Coeur d'Alene Lake, ID, are heavily contaminated with mine tailings that contain high levels of arsenic, iron, lead, and other trace elements. Maximal abundance of redox-active elementsExpand
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Quest to identify geochemical risk factors associated with chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) in an endemic region of Sri Lanka—a multimedia laboratory analysis of biological, food,
The emergence of a new form of chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) in Sri Lanka’s North Central Province (NCP) has become a catastrophic health crisis. CKDu is characterized as slowlyExpand
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Iron sequestration by small molecules: Thermodynamic and kinetic studies of natural siderophores and synthetic model compounds
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses researches on natural siderophores and synthetic siderophore-like molecules, with an emphasis on results from the laboratories over the past decade in theExpand
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Analysis of Human Serum and Whole Blood for Mineral Content by ICP-MS and ICP-OES: Development of a Mineralomics Method
Minerals are inorganic compounds that are essential to the support of a variety of biological functions. Understanding the range and variability of the content of these minerals in biological samplesExpand
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Phase Associations and Mobilization of Iron and Trace Elements in Coeur d'Alene Lake, Idaho
Sediments of Coeur d'Alene Lake, ID, are heavily contaminated with mine tailings that contain high levels of iron, lead, zinc, arsenic, and other trace elements. These tailings originate from theExpand
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Leaching potential and redox transformations of arsenic and selenium in sediment microcosms with fly ash
Abstract The unintended release of coal ash to the environment is a concern due to the enrichment of contaminants such as arsenic (As) and selenium (Se) in this solid waste material. Current riskExpand
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Synthesis and iron sequestration equilibria of novel exocyclic 3-hydroxy-2-pyridinone donor group siderophore mimics.
The synthesis of a novel class of exocyclic bis- and tris-3,2-hydroxypyridinone (HOPO) chelators built on N(2) and N(3) aza-macrocyclic scaffolds and the thermodynamic solution characterization ofExpand
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The redox hypothesis in siderophore-mediated iron uptake
The viability of iron(III/II) reduction as the initial step in the in vivo release of iron from its thermodynamically stable siderophore complex is explored.
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Metal oxyhydroxide dissolution as promoted by structurally diverse siderophores and oxalate
Abstract Siderophores, a class of biogenic ligands with high affinities for Fe(III), promote the dissolution of metal ions from sparingly soluble mineral phases. However, most geochemical studiesExpand
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