Sodium molybdate dihydrate is a useful source of molybdate, a Molybdenum (sc-235881) compound. The compound has displayed the ability to stabilize both the androgen and progesterone receptor. When applied to non-activated estrogen receptors the Sodium Molybdate reversibly inhibited receptor activation. In the Rat Sodium molybdate dihydrate inactivated both the active and inactive form of the gluco corticoid receptor complex. With the use of nitrites, molybdate salts have been shown to reduce the emission of hydrogen sulphide from swine manure.
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