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Citrate ligand-enhanced microscale zero-valent aluminum corrosion for carbon tetrachloride degradation with high electron utilization efficiency

Carbon tetrachloride is recalcitrant and highly harmful in groundwater. The results revealed that the SC system could effectively decrease however not entirely dechlorinate CT and electron usage performance was as high as 94%. With SEM-EDS, BET, XRD, and XPS characterizations and H ₂ evolution experiments, improved mZVAl surface deterioration at the solid-liquid interface of mZVAl/SC system was confirmed. SC took part in the complexation corrosion response with surface inert movie to form Al [Cit] complex, which made internal Al ⁰ active sites revealed and after that promoted mZVAl deterioration.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7339864


Integrated phytomanagement of a carbon tetrachloride-contaminated site in Murdock, Nebraska (USA)

The application of a large-scale incorporated phytomanagement system at a carbon tetrachloride -affected site at Murdock, Nebraska, USA, was examined in terms of its efficiency in reducing site danger, and realizing bigger environmental and social benefits. Unpredictable Organic Compound concentrations gauged in surface area water, air, groundwater and plants samples show that the Murdock system has attained reliable danger management over the 10+ year period since its application, with the phytomanagement component of the remediation system getting rid of 300g-- 600g of CCl ₄ each year. Eastern Cottonwood played a boosting duty in CCl ₄ removal over time, from 55% of the overall mass removal in 2008 to 69% in 2014. Making use of a site layout concentrated on enhancement of the physical and social environment, in enhancement to take the chance of mitigation, has enabled realization of a variety of larger social and ecological benefits, that include carbon sequestration of ca.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7186119


Alleviation of carbon tetrachloride‐induced hepatocellular damage and oxidative stress in rats by Anabaena oryzae phycocyanin

Phycocyanin isolated from Anabaena biomass was in‐vitro assayed for its antioxidant task versus DPPH and ABTS [2,2 ′ azino‐bis] free radical, disclosing maximum tasks amounting to 77 and 80% at 1,000 µg/ ml and SC ₅₀ values about 96 and 111 µg/ ml, specifically. Team I received just the basic diet plan as a normal control, while groups II, III, IV, and V were supervised intraperitoneal injection of a solitary dose of CCl ₄ at 0. 5 ml/kg body weight. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS: Phycocyanin separated from Anabaena has advantageous effects such as the anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, anticancer, and hepatoprotective result. Phycocyanin might play a crucial function in alleviating oxidative stress and anxiety, artificially induced by carbon tetrachloride in Albino rats, to eventually determine its capability to function as an all-natural antioxidant for food and wellness applications.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7239245


Decomposition of Carbon Tetrachloride on Gold Surfaces

The intake of the halogen compound is known to induce severe damages to the liver, for which gold bits might stand for among the most effective treatment. Here, making use of the temperature-programmed desorption strategy, we show that carbon tetrachloride is decomposed by a polycrystalline gold surface generating Cl ₂ at a minimal rate of 25% of the deposited molecules.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7115557


Western Diet Aggravated Carbon Tetrachloride‐Induced Chronic Liver Injury by Disturbing Gut Microbiota and Bile Acid Metabolism

This study is intended to check out the impact of the WD on persistent liver disease and its feasible mechanism. Additionally, enhanced hepatic taurocholic acid in the WC group triggered sphingosine‐1‐phosphate receptor 2, which is favorably associated with hepatic fibrosis and swelling specifications. Mice in the WC team have greater fecal primary bile acid levels and lower fecal secondary/primary bachelor's degree ratios. VERDICT: WD increases the development of CLD which is linked with adjustments in the gut microbiota and bachelor's degree metabolic rate.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7331352


Propolis nanoparticles modulate the inflammatory and apoptotic pathways in carbon tetrachloride‐induced liver fibrosis and nephropathy in rats

This study evaluated using emulsion‐produced propolis nanoparticles for treating carbon tetrachloride caused liver fibrosis and nephropathy on albino rat model. CCl ₄ treatment caused elevated biochemical indicators of hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic results as found by liver and kidney functions tests, which improved gradually with propolis nanoparticles treatment. Our results indicated that propolis nanoparticles had an anti‐inflammatory impact as confirmed by lowered expression of TGF‐β in liver cells and Nephrin in kidney tissue. The propolis nanoparticles showed an anti‐apoptotic effect on liver and kidney cells enhancing the expression of Bcl‐2 and decreasing the expression of Caspase‐9.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7196558


Hepatoprotective, antioxidant and, anti-inflammatory potentials of gallic acid in carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatic damage in Wistar rats

Thirty-five male Wistar rats were used in this study and were equally dispersed into 5 teams. Team II rats were caused with a solitary dosage of CCl ₄ to cause hepatic damages, while Groups III, IV, and V, rats were intoxicated with CCl ₄. After 24 h the rats in teams III, IV, and V were given 50 mg/kg of silymarin, 50 mg/kg of GA, and 100 mg/kg of GA daily for one week respectively. The use of gallic acid as natural anti-oxidants can be encouraging in ameliorating liver illness.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7231940


Hepatoprotective effect of apolipoprotein A4 against carbon tetrachloride induced acute liver injury through mediating hepatic antioxidant and inflammation response in mice

The here and now research study checked out the assumed safety duty of ApoA4 in carbon tetrachloride -generated acute liver injury in mice. The ALI version in wild type, ApoA4 knock-out and ApoA4 transgenic mice was induced by a single intraperitoneal administration of CCl4. ApoA4 shortage exacerbated, and ApoA4 overexpression alleviated CCl4-inflicted liver damages by regulating levels of anti-oxidant enzymes. We propose ApoA4 as a potential new healing target for the management of liver damage.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7184289


Inhibitory effects of oxyresveratrol on ERK and Smad1/2 phosphorylation and HSC activation in preventing carbon tetrachloride-induced rat liver fibrosis

In present research study, we used a rat hepatic fibrosis design induced by carbon tetrachloride and administrated ORes through gavage feeding to research the safety effects and potential mechanisms of ORes versus hepatic fibrosis. We demonstrated that rat liver oxidative damages caused by CCl ₄ was dramatically eased after ORes feeding. As a result, nutritional intake of mulberry and other fruits having ORes may be beneficial in the prevention of liver fibrosis.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7142919


Novel Antioxidant, Deethylated Ethoxyquin, Protects against Carbon Tetrachloride Induced Hepatotoxicity in Rats by Inhibiting NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation and Apoptosis

Inflammation and a rise in antioxidant responses moderated by oxidative anxiety play an important duty in the pathogenesis of severe liver injury. We utilized in silico forecast of organic activity spectra for substances evaluation to estimate the potential organic activity account of deethylated ethoxyquin and assumed that DEQ exhibits antioxidant and anti-inflammatory impacts in a rat model of carbon tetrachloride -induced ALI. Our outcomes demonstrate that DEQ enhanced liver function which was indicated by the decrease of histopathological liver modifications.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7244116

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