The gene-protective effect of sodium humate under conditions of induced oxidative stress

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It was shown that sodium humate decreased the level of the dioxidin-induced clastogenic effects in the range of concentrations of 50 to 1000 mg/l; dioxidin, a mutagen with prooxidant properties, was used at the concentration of 20 mg/l. The maximum effect was observed at the concentration of 300 mg/l. No direct dose-response dependence under the effect of… (More)
DOI: 10.3103/S0095452710010081

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@article{Shkarupa2010TheGE, title={The gene-protective effect of sodium humate under conditions of induced oxidative stress}, author={V. N. Shkarupa and I. R. Barilyak and L. V. Neumerzitskaya and I. D. Gumenyuk}, journal={Cytology and Genetics}, year={2010}, volume={44}, pages={43-45} }