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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of selenium speciation:
- selenium species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different selenium species
- distribution and fate of selenium species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of selenium species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of Se
- Standards, rules and legislation related to selenium

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IPCS INTOX Databank: Selenium
The toxicity depends on the chemical form of selenium.Selenite is more toxic than selenate.Target organs include: respiratory tract, CNS, cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal tract, skin. ...

Linus Pauling Institute: Micronutrient Information Center: Selenium
Selenium is a trace element that is essential in small amounts, but like all essential elements, selenium can be toxic at high levels. Unlike plants, most animals – including humans – r...

Materials Safety Data Sheets
MSDSprovider - Free Materials Safety Data Sheets and More. MSDSprovider.com is a reliable MSDS resource supplying free, up-to-date MSDSs to the public. For MSDS coordin...

Metal Speciation Toxicokinetics Database: Selenium
  Selenium (Se) Directory Click on the following links to learn more about the various aspects of Selenium in terms of it's influence on toxicokinetics. ...

Metal Speciation Toxicokinetics Database: Selenium
  Selenium (Se) Directory Click on the following links to learn more about the various aspects of Selenium in terms of it's influence on toxicokinetics. ...

Mineral Information Institute: Selenium
Background |  Name |   Sources |  Uses |  Substitutes and Alternative Sources Backgroun...

Molecular Genetics: Codon Exceptions: Selenocysteine
FactsSeveral enzymes (for example, glutathione peroxidase, tetraikiodothyronine 5' deiodinase and formate dehydrogenase) contain the unusual amino acid selenocysteine.  The genes for glutathione perox...

MSDS: Safety data for dimethyl diselenide
Safety (MSDS) data for dimethyl diselenide--------------------------------------------------------------------------------General Synonyms: Molecular formula: CH6Se2 CAS No: 7101-31-7 EC No: 210-410-7...

National Research Council: Selenium in Nutrition
 This report reviews current knowledge concerning selenium in nutrition, includingchemistry, distribution, metabolism, biochemical functions, deficiency signs, and effects of excess intake. For f...

National Research Council: Selenium in Nutrition
 This report reviews current knowledge concerning selenium in nutrition, includingchemistry, distribution, metabolism, biochemical functions, deficiency signs, and effects of excess intake. For f...

NIFES: Seafood data: Nutrients
Seafood data Seafood data is a database where you can search for the presence of undesirable components and nutrient data in seafood. Search for nutrientsThe results are from the Documentation and Su...

NIH: Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Selenium
Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Selenium   Office of Dietary Supplements • NIH Clinical Center • National Institutes of Health Table of Contents What is selenium?W...

NIH: Household product database
What's under your kitchen sink, in your garage, in your bathroom, and on the shelves in your laundry room? Learn more about what's in these products, about potential health effects, and abou...

NIH: Selenium as an essential nutrient
As a consumer, you need information you can trust to help you make thoughtful decisions about eating a healthful diet and using vitamin and mineral supplements. Registered dietitians at the Warren Gra...

Nutriprevention of Disease with High-Selenium Wheat
AbstractThe metalloid selenium (Se) is ubiquitous in soils, but exists mainly in insoluble forms. Consequently, it is often supplied by plants to animals and humans at levels too low for optimum healt...



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