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A global health problem caused by arsenic from natural sources.
Arsenic is a carcinogen to both humans and animals. Arsenicals have been associated with cancers of the skin, lung, and bladder. Clinical manifestations of chronic arsenic poisoning includeExpand
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Quality of Service Networking for Smart Grid Distribution Monitoring
In order to realize the Smart Grid vision, it is necessary to have guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS) for the communication and networking technology used in various stages of the Smart Grid,Expand
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Electrochemical and spectroscopic study of arsenate removal from water using zero-valent iron media.
This study investigated the mechanisms involved in removing arsenate from drinking water supplies using zero-valent iron media. Batch experiments utilizing iron wires suspended in anaerobic arsenateExpand
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Systemic interferon-alpha regulates interferon-stimulated genes in the central nervous system.
The prime anti-viral cytokine interferon-alpha (IFN-alpha) has been implicated in several central nervous system (CNS) disorders in addition to its beneficial effects. Systemic IFN-alpha treatmentExpand
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Understanding soluble arsenate removal kinetics by zerovalent iron media.
Zerovalent iron filings have been proposed as a filter medium for removing arsenic compounds from potable water supplies. This research investigated the kinetics of arsenate removal from aqueousExpand
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Construction of high-density genetic linkage map and identification of flowering-time QTLs in orchardgrass using SSRs and SLAF-seq
Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) is one of the most economically important perennial, cool-season forage species grown and pastured worldwide. High-density genetic linkage mapping is a valuableExpand
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Arsenic speciation in the urine and hair of individuals exposed to airborne arsenic through coal-burning in Guizhou, PR China.
The extent of exposure of residents of Changqing (Guizhou, PR China) to arsenic through coal-burning was investigated. Despite the low coal-arsenic content (56.3+/-42.5 mg As kg(-1)) when comparedExpand
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Effects of Bacillus subtilis natto on performance and immune function of preweaning calves.
The effects of Bacillus subtilis natto on performance and immune function of dairy calves during the preweaning phase were investigated in this study. Twelve Holstein male calves 7 ± 1 d of age wereExpand
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Carbon partitioning in sugarcane (Saccharum species)
Focus has centered on C-partitioning in stems of sugarcane (Saccharum sp.) due to their high-sucrose accumulation features, relevance to other grasses, and rising economic value. Here we review howExpand
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Production of the monoclonal antibody against Sudan 2 for immunoassay of Sudan dyes in egg.
Many methods have been reported to determine the residues of Sudan dyes in food samples. Among the reported methods, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) was a frequently used practical screenExpand
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