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Silver is a xenobiotic element with no recognized trace metal value in the human body. It is absorbed into the body through the lungs, gastrointestinal tract, mucus membranes of the urinogenital tract, and through the skin, mainly in the form of silver protein complexes. Although silver is...
Organophosphate poisoning may precipitate complex ventricular arrhythmias, a frequently overlooked and potentially lethal aspect of this condition. Acute effects consist of electrocardiographic ST-T segment changes and AV conduction disturbances of varying degrees, while long-lasting cardiac...
Carcinogenic aromatic amines usually produce tumors in specific target tissue, such as 2-acetylaminofluorene (AAF) producing liver tumors in rats, in contrast to some other structurally related arylamines. A hypothesis is presented that explains the mode of action in this rat liver model....
Many modern cosmetic or sunscreen products contain nano-sized components. Nanoemulsions are transparent and have unique tactile and texture properties; nanocapsule, nanosome, noisome, or liposome formulations contain small vesicles (range: 50 to 5000 nm) consisting of traditional cosmetic...
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