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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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Selenium hydride: Chemical and physical properties
H2Se ; Hydrogen selenide CAS Number : 7783-07-5 UN2202Selenium hydride...

Selenium in Food
Selenium is an element that forms part of an important body enzyme (substances essential for body metabolism), which has an antioxidant action in preventing, for example, breakdown of fats (lipids) to...

Selenium Poisoning of Livestock through plants
These are some of the Astragalus species that carry high levels of selenium which have a wide enough range and large enough population to be of concern: A. bisulcatus A. pattersonii A. pectinatus A. r...

Selenium speciation in biological material
The essential trace mineral, selenium is indispensable for the function of the human body. Selenium exerts its effects via the selenoproteins that often participate in antioxidative or catalytic pro...

Selenium Speciation in Salicornia bigelovii - Plant-Mediated Reduction of Selenate for the Remediation of Selenium Contaminated Soil
The objective of this research was to determine whether microbes were necessary in pickleweed in order to overcome the rate-limitin step of selenium volatilization.The conversion of inorganic selenate...

Selenium Watch
Overview: Growing Health, Environmental ConcernsSelenium, a natural mineral, is an essential element in human nutrition, but can be acutely toxic to humans and wildlife in higher concentrations result...

Selenium: A cancer knockout
Prevents cancer: After five years of tantalizing evidence that selenium might prevent cancer, a groundbreaking new study seems to confirm it.  Physician Larry Clark, of the University of Arizona, foun...

Selenoamino acid metabolism - Reference pathway
The KEGG PATHWAY database is a collection of graphical diagrams (KEGG pathway maps) representing molecular interaction networks in various cellular processes. Each reference pathway is manually drawn ...

Selenoamino acid metabolism - Reference pathway
The KEGG PATHWAY database is a collection of graphical diagrams (KEGG pathway maps) representing molecular interaction networks in various cellular processes. Each reference pathway is manually drawn ...

Selenoamino acid metabolism - Reference pathway
The KEGG PATHWAY database is a collection of graphical diagrams (KEGG pathway maps) representing molecular interaction networks in various cellular processes. Each reference pathway is manually drawn ...

Selenocysteine: The 21st Amino Acid
Selenocysteine: The 21st Amino AcidBy: M. Gill, S. Gupta, L. ZichittellaSelenocysteine is found in every domain of life on Earth. While there are many more amino acids than those twenty which are part...

Selenohomocysteine: Chemical Information
Synonyms:     2-amino-4-selanyl-butanoic acid,   SELENOHOMOCYSTEINE,   SELENOLIPOATE,   C05698,   Selenohomocysteine click for detailsSearch for:  SelenohomocysteineIUPAC Name2-amino-4-selanyl-butanoi...

Selenomethionine: Chemical Information
Synonyms:     1464-42-2,   C05335,   Selenomethionine,   C05336,   Selenomethionyl-tRNA(Met),   Selenomethionine,   Butanoic acid, 2-amino-4-(methylseleno)-,   Butyric acid, 2-amino-4-(methylselenyl)-...

selenoneine
A selenium-containing antioxidant found in tuna blood....

Selenoproteins
Selenium is a trace element that is essential in small amounts, but can be toxic in larger amounts. Humans and animals require selenium for the function of a number of selenium-dependent enzymes, a...



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