Fetal Exposure to Arsenic Affects Genes
Contaminated water could boost child's cancer risk, study finds
FRIDAY, Nov. 23 (HealthDay News) -- Children of women exposed to arsenic-contaminated water during pregnancy have gene expression changes that may result in cancer and other diseases later in life, a Massachusetts Institute of Tech...
Store-bought freshwater fish contain elevated levels of mercury, arsenic and selenium
WASHINGTON, D.C., Nov. 7 White bass wild-caught and sold commercially contained significantly higher levels of mercury, arsenic
and selenium than fish caught near former industrial areas. The University of Pittsburgh study, abstract number 161184, is being presented at a special session on Contam...
Low Doses Of Arsenic Have Broad Impact On Hormone Activity – Says A Researc
Dartmouth Medical School investigators are learning more about how low doses of arsenic, such as the levels found in drinking water in many areas of the United States//, affect human physiology. In a paper published online on Dec. 2 in the journal Chemical Research in Toxicology, the researchers re...
Drinking arsenic water leads to cancer
According to a press release about one third the population of Bangladesh are at risk of getting cancer from arsenic
deposits in well water.
tainted water for prolonged periods results in skin lesions and cancer of kidney, skin, lung and bladder said the study.//
At least ...
Chickens Found To Have High Levels of Arsenic
People in the United States have steadily increased their consumption of chicken from 32 pounds a year per person // in 1966 to 81 pounds per person in 2000.
A new study shows young chickens have significant higher levels of arsenic
than other poultry or meat. Arsenic
is an approved animal feed s...
Finding key to cancer drug Gleevec's limitations
...testing several two-drug combinations using their mouse model. Imatinib is being combined either with interferon, rapamycin (also known as sirolimus), arsenic
or GM-CSF (marketed as Neupogen). They hope to find combinations that will make the initiating cells more vulnerable to imatinib's action. If successf...
Indoor Tanning Association Fights Back Against Media Hype over Tanning Beds
...t is completely irresponsible to compare indoor tanning with mustard gas or arsenic
as so many media reports today have done."
The text of the ad reads...eports comparing indoor tanning to toxins like mustard gas, cigarettes, and arsenic
are outrageously overhyped. The same "group 1" category includes red wine, ...
Tanning Beds Now Listed as Top Cancer Risk
...l Agency for Research on Cancer has moved ultraviolet tanning beds into the highest cancer risk category, deeming them as deadly as tobacco, asbestos, arsenic
and mustard gas.
According to Jeffrey Dover, M.D., president-elect of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS), "Tanning beds ha...
Sweetwater Announces Trademarks of State-of-the-Art Healthy Drinking Water Purification Systems
...often used by people to remove chlorine and chloramine, their carcinogenic byproducts, herbicides and pesticides, as well as removing or reducing the arsenic
and fluoride present in city water.
Trademark registration protects these marks from infringement by other water treatment manufacturers or dealer...
Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Releases The Truth About Creatine
...nt any contamination of byproduct compounds like creatinine, dicyandiamide, dehydrotriazine in addition to heavy metals like mercury, cadmium lead and arsenic
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Arsenic in Medical Technology
Vion Pharmaceuticals Announces Presentation of Data of Cloretazine(R) (VNP40101M) in Elderly Patients with High-Risk Myelodysplastic Syndromes at the EHA Annual Meeting
...ied as high risk (greater than or
equal to 2.5).
Eight of the 26 patients had received prior treatment for their
disease. Prior agents used included arsenic
trioxide, thalidomide, Ara-C,
imatinib mesylate, interferon, amifostine, melphalan, hydroxyurea and
The overall complete response ra...
Research Supported by Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation
Discovers Mode of Action of Arsenic-Based Drugs in Destroying
(SWCRF) "Institute Without Walls," an arsenic
derivative is being
utilized in therapy for the tr...ew development that holds promise for wider use
for treatment of other forms of cancer, the Januar...erves as Associate Scientific Director of
and its derivatives are now part of the standard
ZIOPHARM Presents Data Highlighting Oral ZIO-101 at AACR
mechanism of action that is distinct from that of arsenic
an inorganic arsenic
that is currently approved for the treatment
of a ...
ZIO-101 is a proprietary small molecule organic arsenic
from The University of Texas M. D. Anders...
Arsenic in Medical Dictionary
...BG imaging in diabetic CAN is also reviewed, highlighting the advantages ... A Pilot Phase II Study of Targeted Radiotherapy with 131I- MIBG and arsenic
Trioxide in Patients with Resistant Neuroblastoma or Malignant Chromaffin Cell Tumors ... ...
...ive (decreased ... Lung disease is the third leading killer in the United States, responsible for ... Non-Cancerous Lung Disease Caused by arsenic
in Drinking Water(http://www.niehs. ... Latest medical research on lung disease . ... Lung Cancer. Diseases and Conditions. Cystic Fibrosis...
Arsenic in Biological News
Living sensor can warn of arsenic pollution
Scientists studying arsenic
pollution have discovered a living sensor that can spot contamination. They have also discovered new bacteria that can clean up arsenic
spills even in previously untreatable cold areas, microbiologists heard today (Monday 8 September 2008) at the Society for General Mic...
Dartmouth researchers alarmed by levels of mercury and arsenic in Chinese freshwater ecosystem
A team of researchers, led by biologists at Dartmouth, has found potentially dangerous levels of mercury and arsenic
in Lake Baiyangdian, the largest lake in the North China Plain and a source of both food and drinking water for the people who live around it.
The researchers studied three sepa...
MIT: Prenatal arsenic exposure detected in newborns
CAMBRIDGE, Mass MIT researchers have found that the children of mothers whose water supplies were contaminated with arsenic
during their pregnancies harbored gene expression changes that may lead to cancer and other diseases later in life. In addition to establishing the potential harmful effects...
Dartmouth researchers show effects of low dose arsenic on development
HANOVER, NH -- A team of Dartmouth Medical School (DMS) researchers has determined that low doses of arsenic
disrupt the activity of a hormone critical in development. The finding is further evidence that arsenic
at low doses (at levels found in U.S. drinking water in some areas) can be harmful...
Folic acid lowers blood arsenic levels in Bangladesh
A new study conducted in Bangladesh finds that folic acid supplements can dramatically lower blood arsenic
levels in individuals chronically exposed to arsenic-contaminated drinking water. Arsenic
is a toxic element that is naturally present in some soils and water. Arsenic-contaminated drinking...
Folic acid lowers blood arsenic levels, according to Mailman School of Public Health study
October 8, 2007 -- A new study by researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health finds that folic acid supplements can dramatically lower blood arsenic
levels in individuals exposed to arsenic
through contaminated drinking water. This toxic element, naturally present in some a...
Montana State team finds Yellowstone alga that detoxifies arsenic
BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Arsenic
may be tough, but scientists have found a Yellowstone National Park alga that's tougher.
The alga -- a simple one-celled algae called Cyanidioschyzon -- thrives in extremely toxic conditions and chemically modifies arsenic
that occurs naturally around hot springs, sa...
Dartmouth study finds that arsenic inhibits DNA repair
Dartmouth researchers, working with scientists at the University of Arizona and at the Department of Natural Resources in Sonora, Mexico, have published a study on the impact of arsenic
exposure on DNA damage. They have determined that arsenic
in drinking water is associated with a decrease in the ...
Researchers discover way to transport environmental arsenic to plant leaves in new clean-up strategy
pollution is a serious and growing environmental problem, especially on the Indian subcontinent. Researchers at the University of Georgia had, several years ago, used genetic techniques to create "arsenic-eating" plants that could be planted on polluted sites.
There was a pr...
Geoscientists follow arsenic from chicken feed to streambeds
What happened to the chicken when she crossed the road is less important that what happens to what she eats when it is used as fertilizer.
is fed to poultry to prevent bacterial infections and improve weight gain. A little bit of arsenic
is taken up by the tissue and the majority ...
Arsenic in Biological Technology
Speciation of Arsenic by LC-ICP-MS
Michael Leist Varian
Analytical Instruments Mulgrave, Victoria 3170, Australia E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As toxicity, mobility, and bioavailability can differ greatly between the various chemical species in which an element occurs, reporting...
Culligan's New Aqua-Cleer Advanced Drinking Water SystemProvides Clean, Quality Water Customized for Every Home
...are more susceptible to levels of MTBE – which can be readily reduced by the Total Defense Cartridge.
Aqua-Cleer also includes specialized arsenic
and perchlorate filters for specific regions of the country. Adding to its customizability, Aqua-Cleer is completely flexible and adaptable to changin...
Quantum computing breakthrough arises from unknown molecule
...onsidered to be made of two parts," Hollenberg says. "One end comprised the arsenic
atom embedded in the silicon, while the 'artificial' end of the molecule fo...tion showed that the new molecule is a hybrid, with the naturally occurring arsenic
at one end in a normal spherical shape and a new, artificial atom at the ot...
ASU researchers improve memory devices using nanotech
...a way to use materials already common in chip manufacturing. Although doping mixing silicon with small amounts of conductive materials such as boron, arsenic
or phosphorus has been common practice for years, copper in silicon dioxide was largely unheard of. In fact, it was strictly avoided.
People have ...
Arsenic in Biological Definition
...used in the treatment of cancer , as the dose required would lead to intolerable side-effects.
Poisoning resembles intoxication with arsenic
: symptoms start 2 to 5 hours after the toxic dose has been ingested and include burning in the mouth and throat, fever , vomiting , diarrhea , ab...