By Narayan Chakrabarty
The such a lot mentioned metalloid within the glossy global, arsenic impacts the liver, kidney, and lungs; ends up in cardiovascular illnesses, melanoma, and diabetes; and should reason blindness with long-time publicity. With evidently taking place arsenic boosted by way of mining and different business strategies contaminating soil and consuming water, arsenic toxicity is a big problem to well-being execs and scientists world wide. Arsenic Toxicity: Prevention and Treatment experiences present figuring out of arsenic poisoning and the future health effects because of publicity.
The booklet paints a brilliant photograph of the resources of arsenic toxicity together with floor water; nutrients corresponding to rice, vegetables and fruit, fish, and bird in addition to occupational exposures from industries utilizing inorganic arsenic such as glass creation, non-ferrous alloy, wooden upkeep, and semiconductor production units. The text details the wellbeing and fitness dangers of arsenic toxicity after which examines removing, mostly from soil and water, highlighting green bioremediation ideas. It discusses classical and sleek remedy tools for arsenic toxicity, emphasizing using nutraceuticals and sensible foods.
With its specialise in the remediation of arsenic toxicity utilizing nutraceutical and useful nutrition, the booklet presents a different source for combatting this international scourge. It offers options for protecting arsenic toxicity evidently with no inflicting any extra hostile results.
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Comet assay showed that arsenic caused severe DNA damage in human colon cancer cells, HepG2 cell, and CaCO2 cell. Arsenic also induced damages in nuclear and mitochondrial DNA in human prostate epithelial cells and keratinocytes. Various animal models were introduced to confirm the in vitro results of arsenicinduced DNA damage. Induction of micronucleus was observed in ovarian tissue of the rats exposed to arsenic in drinking water , and the frequency of micronucleated reticulocytes increased in Golden Syrian hamsters when exposed to arseniccontaminated drinking water .
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Arsenic-associated skin malignancies can be found in either hyperkeratotic areas or in nonkeratotic areas . While the skin cancers are generally isolated and mostly occur on the sun-exposed parts of the skin, arsenic-associated skin cancer is usually multifocal and found throughout the whole body . 24 Arsenic Toxicity: Prevention and Treatment Bowen’s disease, a skin carcinoma in situ, is a typical type of arsenic-associated skin cancer. Three types of skin cancer including Bowen’s disease, basal cell carcinoma (BCC), and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) are found to be linked with arsenic exposure.
Arsenic Toxicity: Prevention and Treatment by Narayan Chakrabarty