Bioaccumulation and damaging action of polymetal industrial dust on laboratory mice Mus musculus alba .II. Genetic, cell, and metabolic disturbances.

  title={Bioaccumulation and damaging action of polymetal industrial dust on laboratory mice Mus musculus alba .II. Genetic, cell, and metabolic disturbances.},
  author={Margarita N Topashka-Ancheva and Roumiana Metcheva and Svetla E. Teodorova},
  journal={Environmental research},
  volume={92 2},
Modified Natural Clinoptilolite Detoxifies Small Mammal’s Organism Loaded with Lead I. Lead Disposition and Kinetic Model for Lead Bioaccumulation
The present study clearly indicates that there is a realistic perspective to create a new drug based on modified natural clinoptilolites in cases of chronic heavy metal intoxication, without negatively affecting the environment.
The genotoxic, hepatotoxic, nephrotoxic, haematotoxic and histopathological effects in rats after aluminium chronic intoxication
Subchronic exposure to low doses of Al can produce serious dysfunctions in rat blood, liver and kidney, and exposure to this metal can result in greater damages.
Zeolites versus Lead Toxicity
The workers in metal industry as well as the people inhabiting industrially polluted regions are Health hazard groups regarding the development of chronic heavy metal intoxication. Different means
Ameliorative potentials of quercetin against lead-induced hematological and testicular alterations in Albino rats.
The treatment with quercetin may provide a partial protection against the toxic effects induced by lead acetate in blood and the testis of rats.
Determination of the Toxic Dose of Experimental Lead Poisoning for Male Goats in Fallujah City, Iraq
This study aimed to induce lead poisoning experimentally in male goats to determine the toxic dose and investigate it is effects on hematological parameters, and the functions of the liver and
Genotoxicity in humans and indicator species exposed to uranium wastes
Earthworms and wood mice were negatively affected by the exposure to the uranium mining residues at all the biological levels of organization tested in this work, making them good indicator species for the determination of the risks of such contaminated areas, highlighting the potential risks associated with the Exposure to these contaminants.
Effect of Insecticide “Maxxthor” on Some Hematological and Oxidative Stress Parameters in Male Albino Rats
The present study was designed to investigate the effect of different concentrations of Maxxthor on some hematological and oxidative stress parameters in male albino rats.Twenty male rats with age of
Modified Natural Clinoptilolite Detoxifies Small Mammal’s Organism Loaded with Lead II: Genetic, Cell, and Physiological Effects
The detoxification capacity of the clinoptilolite modification KLS-10-MA used as food additive in small mammals, chronically lead-exposed, was proven for the first time and showed that the sorbent is practically non-toxic.
Effect of using pectin on lead toxicity
Investigation of biochemical parameters in serum and blood due to lead retention in blood, organs and estimating the role of low and high esterified pectin in alleviating the negative effects of lead found LEP and HLP have beneficial effects which could be able to antagonize lead toxicity.


Nephrotoxicity in rats following liver transplantation from cadmium-exposed rats.
The results suggest that the major source of renal Cd in chronic Cd exposure may be derived from hepatic Cd which is transported in the form of Cd-MT in blood plasma.
Effect of cadmium and lead on copper and zinc metabolism
Zinc and copper are biologically essential elements for man, animals, and plants, and are transported and utilized in living organisms as metalloproteins or metal complexes. Because of the vital
Effects of low-level lead exposure on pyrimidine 5'-nucleotidase and other erythrocyte enzymes. Possible role of pyrimidine 5'-nucleotidase in the pathogenesis of lead-induced anemia.
Results suggest that lead-induced deficiency of this enzyme in maturing erythroid elements could, if sufficiently severe, result in induction of basophilic stippling and premature erythrocyte hemolysis analogous to that encountered in the genetically induced enzyme-deficiency syndrome.
Lead toxicity: a problem in environmental pathology.
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  • Medicine
    The American journal of pathology
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The problems and unanswered questions about the health effects of lead in present-day society are summarized and some of the experimental work cutrrently in progress which bears on this problem are reviewed.
Nephropathy in cadmium workers: assessment of risk from airborne occupational exposure to cadmium.
The probability of multiple tubular abnormalities and raised serum creatinine concentration increased sharply at cumulative cadmium exposures exceeding 300 mg/m3 days, corresponding to working for 4.3 years at the current permissible United States exposure limit for Cadmium dust.
Pathological effects of lead.
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    International review of experimental pathology
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The emission sources and pathological effects of lead are discussed, and the retention of lead, cellular response to lead, neuropathology, hematologicalmore, and renal effects of Pb, and factors influencing susceptibility are described.