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Comparison of oxidative damage to rat liver DNA and RNA by primary nitroalkanes, secondary nitroalkanes, cyclopentanone oxime, and related compounds.
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The results suggest the possibility, still to be rigorously tested, that hepatocarcinogenicity may be associated not only with 2-nitropropane but also with other secondary nitroalkanes as well as with those ketoximes that are capable of being converted to secondary nit roalkanes in vivo.
Sex and organ differences in oxidative DNA and RNA damage due to treatment of Sprague-Dawley rats with acetoxime or 2-nitropropane.
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Results support the hypothesis that the specific DNA alterations observed are relevant to the hepatocarcinogenicity of 2-NP and ACO.
Oxidative DNA and RNA damage in rat liver due to acetoxime: similarity to effects of 2-nitropropane.
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The results suggest that the hepatocarcinogenicity of ACO, like that of 2-NP, may depend on increased generation of reactive oxygen species capable of producing DNA and RNA base damage in rat liver.
Evaluation of secondary nitroalkanes, their nitronates, primary nitroalkanes, nitrocarbinols, and other aliphatic nitro compounds in the Ames Salmonella assay.
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Positive Salmonella mutation data for the nitronates of the secondary nitroalkanes studied correlate very well with the very slow rate of reprotonation of secondary Nitroalkane nitronate at pH 7.7, and provide further evidence that nitronsates of secondary nitromates, rather than the neutral parent forms with which they may be in equilibrium, are the more proximate mutagenic species.
Secondary nitroalkanes: induction of DNA repair in rat hepatocytes, activation by aryl sulfotransferase and hepatocarcinogenicity of 2-nitrobutane and 3-nitropentane in male F344 rats.
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In a carcinogenicity assay using male F344 rats, the secondary nitroalkanes, 2-nitrobutane and 3-nitropentane, produced a highly significant incidence of hepatocarcinoma with metastases to the lungs, whereas the primary nitroalksane, 1-nitRObutane, was not carcinogenic.
BIOSYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES FROM MARINE POLYCHAETE DIOPATRA CLAPAREDII GRUBE, 1878
Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) offer a broad range of high commercial value applications. However, current techniques to synthesize AgNPs using chemical and physical approaches are toxic to the