^1^1^1In-chelates as an alternative to ^9^9^mTc-phosphonate complexes for skeletal imaging
Laznickova, A.; Laznicek, M.; Budsky, F. et al.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Wounds contaminated with Pu and Am: Effect of 3,4,3-LIHOPO
Volf, V.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Variable allocation of heavy metals in phytomass of crop plants - implications of human health
Prasad, M. N. V.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Utilization of microbial iron assimilation processes for the development of new antibiotics and inspiration for the design of new anticancer agents
McKee-Dolence, Julia; Malouin, Francois; Fennell, Kelley et al.
Uptake of pentavalent technetium complexed to dimercaptosuccinic acid by Ehrlich ascites tumor cells (EATC): Acidification related to complex dissociation as a cellular uptake factor?
Horiuchi, K.; Yokoyama, A.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Topological properties of chemical substances matrices - their relation to the quantomechanical relationship
Sykora, J.; Koutensky, J.; Eybl, V. et al.
Tissue and intracellular distribution of cadmium and zinc in metallothionein overexpressing and null mice
Lau, J. C.; Cherian, M. G.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
The relationship of antioxidational system state and homosiderosis levels in patients with hereditary hemochromatosis
Levina, A. A.; Scherbinina, S. P.; Cybulskaya, M. M. et al.
The peculiarities of some biological effects of ultradispersed metal powders
Zykov, A. V.; Gluschenko, N. N.; Bogoslovskaya, O. A. et al.
The influence of chelating agents of plants on heavy metal ion biological activity
Zykov, A. V.; Pleteneva, T. V.; Ershov, A. Y. et al.
The effect of chelating agents on cellular lead uptake, lead toxicity and the mobilization of lead from preloaded cells-in vitro studies with mammalian cell cultures
Fischer, A.; Neubauer, T.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
The Removal of Americium and Plutonium from the Rat by Chelating Agents
D M Taylor; F D Sowby
Synthesis of tris(β-diketones) and study of their complexation with some transition metals
Galiev, A.; Syakaev, V.; Bauer, I. et al.
Study on desorption of Mn, Fe, and Mg from TMP and evaluation of the complexing strength of different chelating agents using side reaction coefficients 10th EWLP, Stockholm, Sweden, August 25–28, 2008
Granholm, Kim; Su, Pingping; Harju, Leo et al.
Study of olifen herapeutic effectivity in hereditary hemochromatosis treatment
Scherbinina, S.; Levina, A.; Tsyba, N. et al.
Studies on chelating agents of double molecular substituted phenol for removal radiothorium
Sun, M. Z.; Yong, Z. H.; Ni, Z. L. et al.
Structural and morphological characteristics of polycrystalline BaTiO 3 :Er 3+ , Yb 3+ ceramics synthesized by the sol–gel route: influence of chelating agents
Ramírez Salgado, J.; Terrones, H.; Palomares Sánchez, S. et al.
Speciation of Chelating Agents and Principles for Global Environmental Management
Williams, D. R.; Nowack, B.; VanBriesen, J. M.
Selection of new Fe(III)/Fe(II) chelating agents as catalysts for the oxidation of hydrogen sulfide to sulfur by air
Hancock, Robert; McManus, Derek; Chen, Dian et al.
Schiff bases between pyridoxal-P and carbonyl containing thiamine derivatives with amino acids and proteins as chelating agents
Stepuro, I. I.; Solodunov, A. A.; Stepuro, V. I. et al.
Rremoval of plutonium by chelating agents, CBMIDA analogues in rats
Fukuda, S.; Yan, Y. M.; Iida, H. et al.
Role of Chelating Agents for Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Exposures to Toxic Metals
Goyer, R. A.; Cherian, M. G.; Jones, M. M. et al.
Rhenium and manganese carbonyl compounds incorporating tridentate chelating pyrazolyl gallate ligands
Louie, Brenda; Rettig, Steven; Trotter, James et al.
Review of the toxic side effects of desferrioxamine (DFO) in thalassaemia
Politis, C.; Vrettou, E.; Fragatou, S. et al.
Removal of Heavy Metals from Soil Components and Soils by Natural Chelating Agents. Part II. Soil Extraction by Sugar Acids
Bipp, H.-P.; Fischer, K.
Remedying the iron-deficient maize plants by new synthetic macromolecular chelating agents
Manolova, Nevena; Ignatov, George; Ignatova, Milena et al.
Reduction of subacute lethal radiotoxicity of polonium-210
Rencova, J.; Svoboda, V.; Holusa, R. et al.
Realistic Surface Science Models of Hydrodesulfurization Catalysts on Planar Thin-Film Supports: The Role of Chelating Agents in the Preparation of CoW/SiO 2 catalysts
van Veen, J.A.R.; Kishan, G.; Niemantsverdriet, J.W.
Radioprotective effect of the cardioxane (bispiperazinedione)
Vavrova, J.; Blaha, M.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Protection by methionine against manganese toxicity
Prakash, R. P.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Promotion of flowering by Mn/EDDHA in the long-short-day plant Wolffia arrhiza (L.) horkel ex wimm
Krajncic, B.; Slekovec, M.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Preparation and biodistribution of ^9^9^mTe-isonitrile complexes for cardiac imaging
Zednik, J.; Laznicek, M.; Laznickova, A. et al.
Preparation and Characterization of Porous SiO 2-Al 2O 3-ZrO 2 Prepared by the Sol-Gel Process
Mendoza-Serna, R.; Lara, V.H.; Moreno-Rodríguez, J.A. et al.
Predicting the efficiencies of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole collectors used as chelating agents in flotation processes: a density-functional study
Yekeler, Hülya; Yekeler, Meftuni
Porous SiO 2–TiO 2–ZrO 2 Obtained from Polymeric Systems Prepared by the Sol–Gel Process
Méndez-Vivar, J.; Mendoza-Serna, R.; Valdez-Castro, L.
Penicillamine application in evaluating former heavy metal exposure
Wegner, R.; Mindt-Prufert, S.; Heinrich-Ramm, R. et al.
Oxidation in Acidic Medium of Lignins from Agricultural Residues
Labat, Gisele; Gonçalves, Adilson
Organic Acids for the In Situ Remediation of Soils Polluted by Heavy Metals: Soil Flushing in Columns
Wasay, S. A.; Tokunaga, S.; Barrington, S.
Oral iron chelation with KELFER[R] (Deferiprone): the indian experience
Gogtay, J. A.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Obtainment of chelating agents through the enzymatic oxidation of lignins by phenol oxidase
Calabria, Gabriela; Gonçalves, Adilson
Novel preparation method of highly active Co/SiO 2 catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis with chelating agents
Hara, Takeshi; Mochizuki, Takehisa; Yamada, Muneyoshi et al.
New ethiopathogenetic aspects of atherosklerosis and ischemic diseases with regard to chelation therapy
Zechmeister, A.; Soska, V.; Matonoha, P. et al.
New dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) analogues in experimental s.c. poisoning with arsenite
Kauth, I.; Kreppel, H.; Reichl, F. X. et al.
Natural occuring oral chelators against lead and cobalt
Korkina, I. G.; Ibragimova, G. A.; Afanas'ev, I. B. et al.
Modification of fibrin structure as a possible cause of thrombolytic resistance
Mechanism of sorption sulpho-derivative organic chelating agents on strong base anion exchanger Amberlite IRA-402 by FT-IR/PAS and DRS methods
Wronski, G.; Pasieczna-Patkowska, S.; Hubicki, Z.
Low/dose desferrioxamine test for the diagnosis of aluminium overload/toxicity in dialysis patients
D'Hease, P. C.; Couttenye, M. M.; Goodman, W. G. et al.
Low-dose desferrioxamine treatment (5mg/kg) in acutely aluminium (Al)-intoxicated hemodialysis patients using two drug administration schedules
D'Haese, P. C.; Barata, J. D.; Pires, C. et al.
Iron chelators decrease the transcription of classical cellular glutathione peroxidase gene
Fuchs, O.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Intestinal absorption of copper from drinking water containing fulvic acids and an infant formula mixture studied in a suckling rat model
Wicklund Glynn, Anders; Lind, Ylva
Interaction of oral chelalor L1 with iron absorption
Dresow, B.; Fischer, R.; Nielsen, P. et al.
Interaction of nickel and some polyamines in vivo II
Koutensky, J.; Caisova, D.; Koutenska, M. et al.
Individual and Combined Effect of Meso-2,3-Dimercaptosuccinic Acid and Allicin on Blood and Tissue Lead Content in Mice
Najarnezhad, Vahid; Aslani, Mohammad Reza; Mohri, Mehrdad
In vivo chelation of U(VI) in mice by multidentate catecholate and hydroxypyridinonate ligands
Durbin, P. W.; Kullgren, B.; Xu, J. et al.
In vitro testing of chelating agents against cadmium using mammalian cell cultures
Fischer, A. B.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Improvement of the Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis Activity of Co/SiO 2 Catalyst by the Stepwise Impregnation Method with Chelating Agents
Yamada, Muneyoshi; Mochizuki, Takehisa; Hongo, Daichi et al.
Highly concentrated EDTA gel improves cleaning efficiency of root canal preparation in vitro
Hoy, L.; Putzer, P.; Günay, H.
High dose deferoxamine therapy reduces cardiac hemocromatosis in noncompliant beta-thalassemic patients
Lombardo, T.; Bartoloni, G.; Tamburino, C. et al.
Free radical mechanisms of iron toxicity
Afanasev, I. B.; Afanas'ev, I. I.; Ostrachovich, E. A. et al.
Flocculation of metal oxide and hydroxide minerals with cross-linked starches containing chelating groups
Termes, Silvia C.; Wilfong, Roy L.
Factors in the Selection of Chelating Agents for Extraction of Lead from Contaminated Soil: Effectiveness, Selectivity, and Recoverability
Hong, P. K. A.; Jiang, W.; Nowack, B. et al.
FT-Raman, FT-IR, NMR structural characterization and antimicrobial activities of 1,6-bis(benzimidazol-2-yl)-3,4-dithiahexane ligand and its Hg(II) halide complexes
Dulger, Basaran; Tulu, Metin; Aghatabay, Naz et al.
FT-IR study of the effect of lead and the influence of chelating agents, DMSA and D-Penicillamine, on the biochemical contents of brain tissues of Catla catla fingerlings
Palaniappan, PL.; Vadivelu, M.; Krishnakumar, N.
Extraction of lanthanum and gadolinium(III) at the cloud point using p -sulfonatocalyx[ n ]arenes as chelating agents
Antipin, I.; Pilishkina, L.; Mustafina, A. et al.
Experimental oral arsenite poisoning and antidotal efficacy of new dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) analogues
Kreppel, H.; Kauth, I.; Reichl, F. X. et al.
Enhancement of the Electrokinetic Remediation of Soil Contaminated with U(VI) by Chelating Agents
Popov, K. I.; Yachmenev, V. G.; Barinov, A. et al.
Enhanced Heavy Metal Phytoextraction from Marine Dredged Sediments Comparing Conventional Chelating Agents (Citric Acid and EDTA) with Humic Substances
Masciandaro, Grazia; Giraldi, David; Ceccanti, Brunello et al.
Einträge synthetischer Komplexbildner in die Gewässer : Forschungsbericht 299 24 284 ; UBA-FB 000254
ESWE-Institut für Wasserforschung und Wassertechnologie < Wiesbaden>
Efficiency, thermodynamic and kinetic stability of marketed gadolinium chelates and their possible clinical consequences: a critical review
Corot, Claire; Sabatou, Monique; Idée, Jean-Marc et al.
Effects of acetoin as chelating agent on the preparation of SrBi 2 Ta 2 O 9 thin films from non-hydrolyzing precursors
Stachiotti, M.; Pellegri, N.; Santiago, M. et al.
Effects of DMPS and DMSA on the organotoxicity of dibutyltin dichloride in rats in dependence on dose and route of administration of the chelators
Hennighausen, G.; Merkord, J.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Effects of Chelating Agents on Trace Metal Speciation and Bioavailability
Wenger, K.; Tandy, S.; Nowack, B. et al.
Effects of CaEDTA injection on immunological and heme-related indices: Observations in two workers
Sata, F.; Araki, S.; Sakai, T. et al.
Effect of the chelating agent,acetylamino prophylidene disphosphonic acid, on removal of strontium in rats
Effect of structurally different chelating agents in treatment of nickel intoxication
Tandon, S. K.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Effect of chelators on cadmium induced lipid peroxidation and GSH level in the liver tissue of mice
Eybl, V.; Caisova, D.; Koutensky, J. et al.
Effect of chelating agents on the preferred orientation of ZnO films by sol-gel process
Kim, Dong-Joo; Park, Minseo; Shen, Dongna et al.
Effect of MeBLDTC in removing of cadmium
Eybl, V.; Kotyzova, D.; Caisova, D. et al.
Effect of DMPS and colestipol of focal excretion of arsenic in guinea-pigs after injection with As~2O~3
Reichl, F. X.; Kreppel, H.; Wigger, K. et al.
Distribution and Fate of Chelating Agents in the Environment
Sillanpaa, M. E. T.; Nowack, B.; VanBriesen, J. M.
Direct evidence that iron deprivation induces apoptosis
Kovar, J.; Stunz, L. I.; Stewart, B. C. et al.
Detection of amalgam/induced mercury poisoning by DMPS/elimination test
Blumer, W.; Epper, M.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
DMSA reduced the neurotoxicity of Pb in the rat
Gong, Z.; Evans, H. L.; Charles University; Faculty of Medicine; Department of Pharmacology
Comparison of chelating ion exchange resins in sorption of copper(II) and zinc(II) complexes with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) and nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA)
Kołodyńska, Dorota; Hubicki, Zbigniew
Comparative efficacy of several potential treatments for copper mobilization in copper-overloaded rats
Jones, Mark; Gómez, Mercedes; Domingo, Jose
Chelating agent effects in the synthesis of mesoscopic-size superconducting particles
Saeki, M.; Lisboa-Filho, P.; Deimling, C. et al.
Chelating Compound, Chrysoidine, Is More Effective in Both Antiprion Activity and Brain Endothelial Permeability Than Quinacrine
Tsuruo, Takashi; Naito, Mikihiko; Karube, Yoshiharu et al.
Chelating Agents in the Environment
Nowack, B.; VanBriesen, J. M.; Nowack, B. et al.
Characterizing the interphase dielectric constant of polymer composite materials: Effect of chemical coupling agents
Shi, Frank G.; Todd, Michael G.
Characterization and in vitro Cytotoxicity Testing of Ethanolamine-derived Cadmium Chelating Agents
Suyehira, Samuel; Blanksma, Megan; Heggland, Sara et al.
Biodegradation of Chelating Agents: EDTA, DTPA, PDTA, NTA, and EDDS
Nortemann, B.; Nowack, B.; VanBriesen, J. M.
Bioaccumulation of lead and the influence of chelating agents in Catla catla fingerlings
Krishnakumar, N.; Palaniappan, PL.; Vadivelu, M.
Bifunctional 3-hydroxy-4-pyridinone derivatives as potential pharmaceuticals: synthesis, complexation with Fe(III), Al(III) and Ga(III) and in vivo evaluation with 67 Ga
Gano, Lurdes; Gil, Marco; Santos, M. et al.
Bacteria and Chelating Agents
Kida, N.; Taguchi, F.
Assisted Washing for Heavy Metal and Metalloid Removal from Contaminated Dredged Materials
Calcagnoli, G.; Pomi, R.; Polettini, A.
Arsenic accumulation by Pseudomonas stutzeri and its response to some thiol chelators
Flora, S.; Patel, J.; Kalia, K. et al.
Analyzing several chelating agents and their effect on elemental composition of Lolium perenne and two growth media by capillary zone electrophoresis and inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry
Matilainen, Rose; Hakkarainen, Pirkko-Leena
Analysis of Metal-Chelating Agent Complexes by Capillary Electrophoresis
Brooks, S. C.; Nowack, B.; VanBriesen, J. M.
Aluminum Reagent as Both a Radical Initiator and a Chelating Agent
A new elastomeric balloon pump device for the subcutaneous (sc) infusion of desferrioxamine (DFO) in thalassaemia patients
Politis, C.; Vrettouu, E.; Fragatou, S. et al.
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