Effect of oral therapy with monoisoamyl meso-2,3-dimercaptosuccinate on 203Hg retention in rats

@article{Kostial1994EffectOO,
  title={Effect of oral therapy with monoisoamyl meso-2,3-dimercaptosuccinate on 203Hg retention in rats},
  author={K. Kostial and M. Blanu{\vs}a and M. Piasek and M. Jones and P. K. Singh},
  journal={Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology},
  year={1994},
  volume={52},
  pages={492-497}
}
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Haematological, hepatic and renal alterations after repeated oral or intraperitoneal administration of monoisoamyl DMSA. I. Changes in male rats
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This study investigated the dose‐dependent effect of MiADMSA on various biochemical parameters suggestive of alterations in haem biosynthesis and hepatic, renal and brain oxidative stress after 21 days of repeated intraperitoneal (i.p.) or oral (p.o.) administration to rats. Expand
Assessment of the protective activity of monisoamyl meso-2,3-dimercaptosuccinate against methylmercury-induced maternal and embryo/fetal toxicity in mice.
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Monoisoamyl and mono‐n‐hexyl meso‐2,3‐dimercaptosuccinate in mobilizing 203hg retention in relation to age of rats and route of administration
Monoisoamyl (Mi‐ADMS) and mono‐n‐hexyl (Mn‐HDMS) monoesters of meso‐2,3‐dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) were given orally or parenterally for the mobilization of inorganic mercury in suckling andExpand
Reduction of lead retention by mono-3-methylbutan-1-yl meso-2,3-dimercaptosuccinate in suckling rats.
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The major finding is that Mi-ADMS at low doses causes a much higher reduction in brain retention of lead in sucklings than DMSA, important because the brain is considered to be the target organ of lead toxicity in the youngest age group. Expand

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