The genetic material was targeting two different forms of arsenic
, and authors believe that the pathways occur in two organisms that cycle arsenic
back and forth between different forms.
'Individuals with chronic exposure to arsenic
are at higher risk of death at younger age because arsenic
is such a toxic agent that affects all systems of human body," said Dr Muhammad Yunus, emeritus scientist and senior author of the study.
The present study from aimed to observe the various clinical features of chronic arsenicosis on usage of arsenic
contaminated ground water among the residents of Pathalkudwa mohalla, Ranchi district.
According to the research published in 'Science of the Total Environment,' the filter proved to be effective to clean the water from arsenic
by up to 95 per cent.
level was high in cooked chicken muscle meat regardless of type of cooking utensils and ranged from 41.3ng/g to 47.7ng/g compared to other food items.
The first data set was provided by the Health Effects of Arsenic
Longitudinal Study (HEALS), a multidisciplinary and large prospective cohort study on the health consequences of chronic use of iAs-contaminated groundwater as the source of drinking water in Araihazar, Bangladesh, conducted between October 2000 and May 2002 (Ahsan et al.
Data analysis revealed that overall 14 percent water samples were identified unsafe due to higher arsenic
concentration in Punjab Province whereas 16 percent in Sindh when compared with World Health Organization (WHO) guideline values of arsenic
in drinking water (10ppb).
The study objectives for Cerro Gordo County were to identify the source, mobilization, and distribution of arsenic
is a toxic substance that seriously affects human health.
The impact of arsenic
compounds on human health and environment is known.
The immediate symptoms of acute arsenic
poisoning include vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea.