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A Comparison of the Use of Sodium Metabisulfite and Sodium Dithionite for Removing Rust Stains from Paper
Presented at the Book and Paper Group Session, AIC’s 39th Annual Meeting, May 31–June 3, 2011, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. shown, in the experiment presented in this paper, to have significantExpand
A method for in vitro culture of rat Zymbal gland: use in mechanistic studies of benzene carcinogenesis in combination with 32P-postlabeling.
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The results show that the Zymbal glands are capable of metabolizing different carcinogens to DNA-reactive intermediates, a process that may be causally associated with tumor formation in vivo in this organ. Expand
Computational prediction of the stability of lipid emulsions in total nutrient admixtures.
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It is demonstrated that emulsion stability in a range of TNAs is dependent on the emulsion zeta potential and also that van der Waals forces, influenced by the presence of glucose, are important. Expand
Mutagenicity of benzo(a)pyrenyl‐1‐sulfate in the Ames test
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Data suggest that a unique mutagenic species is generated from B(a)P‐1‐sulfate via arylsulfatase in rat lung via an NADPH‐generating system. Expand
Conjugation of benzo(a)pyrene 7,8-dihydrodiol-9,10-epoxide in infant Swiss-Webster mice.
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Despite the rapid conversion of BPDE to stable conjugates, 32P-postlabeling profiles of DNA adducts in lung closely resembled that noted after addition of B PDE directly to lung homogenate, Thus, the reactive intermediate as well as stable conjjugates of BPSE may be transported to target tissues where they initiate tumors. Expand
Advances in Brief Conjugation of Benzo ( a ) pyrene 7 , 8-dihydrodiol-9 , 10-epoxide in Infant Swiss-Webster Mice 1
Benzo(a)pyrene 7,8-dihydrodiol-9,10-epoxide (BPDE), accepted as the ultimate carcinogen of hiiii/o(a)pyrcne, has a very short half-life in aqueous solutions yet induces lung tumors when injected intoExpand