Effects of 1,3-Butadiene, Isoprene, and Their Photochemical Degradation Products on Human Lung Cells

@inproceedings{Doyle2004EffectsO1,
  title={Effects of 1,3-Butadiene, Isoprene, and Their Photochemical Degradation Products on Human Lung Cells},
  author={Melanie L Doyle and Kenneth G. Sexton and Harvey E. Jeffries and Kevin Bridge and Ilona Jaspers},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2004}
}
Because of potential exposure both in the workplace and from ambient air, the known carcinogen 1,3-butadiene (BD) is considered a priority hazardous air pollutant. BD and its 2-methyl analog, isoprene (ISO), are chemically similar but have very different toxicities, with ISO showing no significant carcinogenesis. Once released into the atmosphere, reactions with species induced by sunlight and nitrogen oxides convert BD and ISO into several photochemical reaction products. In this study, we… CONTINUE READING

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Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analyses indicate the initial and major photochemical products produced during these experiments for BD are acrolein , acetaldehyde , and formaldehyde , and products for ISO are methacrolein , methyl vinyl ketone , and formaldehyde ; both formed < 200 ppb of ozone .
Because of potential exposure both in the workplace and from ambient air , the known carcinogen 1,3-butadiene ( BD ) is considered a priority hazardous air pollutant .
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