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Genotoxicity of industrial wastes and effluents.
Genotoxicity of bioremediated soils from the Reilly Tar site, St. Louis Park, Minnesota.
TLDR
In vitro approach to measure the genotoxicity of creosote-contaminated soil before and after four bioremediation processes was effective in monitoring bioremediated soils for genot toxicity and will be useful in future laboratory and in situ studies.
Plant antimutagenic agents, 2. Flavonoids.
A number of known prenylated flavonoids were isolated from Psoralea corylifolia using an assay procedure based on inhibition of the mutagenic action of 2-aminoanthracene on Salmonella typhimurium
Bioassay-directed fractionation and chemical identification of mutagens in bioremediated soils.
TLDR
The CMP and LT processes were the most effective and least toxic bioremediation procedures based on mutagenic potency and chemical analysis.
Plant antimutagenic agents, 7. Structure and antimutagenic properties of cymobarbatol and 4-isocymobarbatol, new cymopols from green alga (Cymopolia barbata).
TLDR
Two new compounds, cymobarbatol and 4-isocymobarbatsol, were isolated from the marine alga Cymopolia barbata and were found to be nontoxic over a broad concentration range to Salmonella typhimurium strains T-98 and T-100.
Plant antimutagenic agents, 5. Isolation and structure of two new isoflavones, fremontin and fremontone from Psorothamnus fremontii.
TLDR
Two new isoflavones, fremontin and fremontone, were isolated from roots of Psorothamnus fremontii (Fabaceae), a desert plant and the combination of the alpha,alpha- and gamma,gamma-dimethylallyl substituents is unprecedented.
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