These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Hall MN, et al. (2009).||In summary, among this group of Bangladeshi adults with a high prevalence of cobalamin deficiency, cobalamin appeared to facilitate the methylation of inorganic arsenic to monomethylarsonic acid, particularly among women and among folate sufficient individuals.||Arsenic | Creatinine | Folic Acid | Homocysteine | Vitamin B 12||Study subjects||Bangladesh||plasma | urine | water||Arsenic | Creatinine | Folic Acid | Homocysteine | Vitamin B 12||Details|
|2.||George CM, et al. (2013).||Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study (HEALS)||Our results suggest that selenium is inversely associated with biomarkers of arsenic burden in both adults and children.||Arsenic | Creatinine | Folic Acid | Selenium | Vitamin B 12||Children | Study subjects||Bangladesh||blood | urine | water||Arsenic | Creatinine | Folic Acid | Selenium | Vitamin B 12||Details|
|3.||Hall MN, et al. (2009).||Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study (HEALS)||These findings suggest that, similar to adults, folate and cysteine facilitate arsenic methylation in children. However, the inverse correlation between total homocysteine and %monomethylarsonic, and positive correlation with %dimethylarsinic acids, are both opposite to our previous findings in adults.||age||Arsenic | Cysteine | Folic Acid||Children||Bangladesh||plasma | urine | water||Arsenic | Creatinine | Cysteine | Folic Acid | Homocysteine | Vitamin B 12||Details||cellular response to chemical stimulus|