Chromium (VI)‐induced oxidative stress, apoptotic cell death and modulation of p53 tumor suppressor gene

@article{Bagchi2001ChromiumO,
  title={Chromium (VI)‐induced oxidative stress, apoptotic cell death and modulation of p53 tumor suppressor gene},
  author={Debasis Bagchi and Manashi Bagchi and Sidney J Stohs},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2001},
  volume={222},
  pages={149-158}
}
Chromium (VI) is a widely used industrial chemical, extensively used in paints, metal finishes, steel including stainless steel manufacturing, alloy cast irons, chrome, and wood treatment. On the contrary, chromium (III) salts such as chromium polynicotinate, chromium chloride and chromium picolinate, are used as micronutrients and nutritional supplements, and have been demonstrated to exhibit a significant number of health benefits in rodents and humans. However, the cause for the hexavalent… CONTINUE READING

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