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Sulfurous acid     sulfurous acid

Synonyms: AG-D-98917, AG-H-11801, CHEMBL1161699, CHEBI:48854, SULFO GROUP, ...
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  • The oxygen-transfer capacity can then be calculated by the oxygen consumed during the complete stoichiometric transformation of sodium sulfite and the visually determined reaction time [6].
  • Sulfite-induced impairment of active avoidance learning in SOX-deficient rats but not in normal rats [7].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of sulfurous acid


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