Zinc sulphate heptahydrate is used in protein precipitation and other industrial processes, as well as to increase metallothienin expression in mice. It has also been reported to extract haemoglobin from mammalian tissue cytosol in order to examine lipoxygenase activity in biological samples. Zinc sulphate heptahydrate (ZnSO47H2O) is an inorganic chemical having several applications in agriculture, industry, and medicine. This white, odourless, crystalline powder dissolves in water, alcohol, and glycerin but is insoluble in ether. It is also known as white vitriol, zinc vitriol, or zinc sulphate monohydrate. Its importance stems from its use in the production of zinc-based medicines and other chemicals, as well as its frequent use in laboratory studies.
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Agriculture, Industry, and Medicine