dimethylarsinic acid

Dimethylarsinic acid (DMAV) is an organoarsenic compound that has been identified as one of the main metabolites found in urine of humans (and animals) after ingestion of inorganic arsenic compounds.



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Arsenic Speciation in Rice Cereals for Infants | EVISA's News
Capabilities of EU labs to determine inorganic arsenic in food have improved | EVISA's News
Arsenic species in rice: Origin, uptake and geographical variation | EVISA's News
Arsenic speciation in rice: a question of the rice plant species | EVISA's News
Arsenic speciation analysis in rice milk | EVISA's News
Link database: US FDA: Elemental Analysis Manual: Section 4.11: Arsenic Speciation in Rice and Rice Products Using HPLC-ICP-MS
Gut bacteria transform inorganic arsenate leading to more toxic arsenic species | EVISA's News
LC-ICP-MS: The most often used hyphenated system for speciation analysis | EVISA's News
Material database: RECIPE Chemicals + Instruments GmbH - ClinCheck 8931 - Urine Control lyophilised for Arsenic Species
Link database: FDA: Elemental Analysis Manual: Section 4.11: Arsenic Speciation in Rice and Rice Products Using HPLC-ICP-MS
Material database: RECIPE Chemicals + Instruments GmbH - ClinChek 8931 - Urine Control lyophilised for Arsenic Species: LOT 035
Roxarsone and it metabolites in organic fertilizer lead to human exposure to arsenic | EVISA's News
Certified reference materials for arsenic species in biological materials | EVISA's News
Link database: US FDA: Elemental Analysis Manual: Section 4.10: HPLC-ICP-MS Determination of Four Arsenic Species in Fruit Juice
Link database: US FDA: High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometric Determination of Four Arsenic Species in Fruit Juice
The effect of thermal treatment on the arsenic speciation in food | EVISA's News
Elemental speciation is going commercial | EVISA's News
Link database: FDA: Results of Arsenic Analysis in Single-Strength Apple Juice, 2011
Toxic inorganic arsenic species found in Japanese seaweed food | EVISA's News
Accumulation or production of arsenobetaine in humans? | EVISA's News