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Disease relevance of methylaminomethanedithioic acid


High impact information on methylaminomethanedithioic acid


Biological context of methylaminomethanedithioic acid


Anatomical context of methylaminomethanedithioic acid

  • Of the three compounds examined in this study, only SMD affected thymus weight, spleen weight, and splenic NK cell activity in vivo [9].

Associations of methylaminomethanedithioic acid with other chemical compounds


Gene context of methylaminomethanedithioic acid

  • The magnitude of MITC concentrations was similar between nurseries for metam-sodium in both tarp and water seal treatments and for dazomet in the tarp treatment [13].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of methylaminomethanedithioic acid

  • A community-based epidemiologic study of acute health effects from a metam-sodium spill on California's Sacramento River [14].
  • RESULTS: The results showed a significant increase of RNI level in malaria patients compared with the control groups of Ardabil (p<0.01), Sistan & Balouchestan, Hormozgan and Kerman (p<0.001) provinces [15].
  • Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in Sistan and Baluchestan Province of Iran, a case-control study on epidemiological characteristics [11].
  • SMD caused significant loss of thymic weight following oral administration at 200, 225, or 300 mg/kg/d for 7 d and caused significant suppression of splenic NK cell activity at doses of 150, 225, or 300 mg/kg/d for 7 d [9].


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