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Genoprotective effect sodium humate in conditions induced oxidative stress
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It was shown that sodium humate in a range of concentration of 50–1000 mg/l reduces a level of clastogenic effects induced with dioxidin (20 mg/l), a prooxidant mutagene. The greatest effect was observed at concentration of 300 mg/l. Direct doze-effect dependence under the influence of sodium humate was not revealed. Possible antioxydative and desmutagenic mechanisms of sodium humate protective action are discussed.
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