Biological Reactive Intermediates V: Basic Mechanistic Research in Toxicology and Human Risk…

Hardcover | June 30, 1996

EditorRobert R. Snyder, James J. Kocsis, I. Glenn Sipes

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Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. Proceedings from the Fifth International Symposium onBiological Reactive Intermediates, held in Munich, Germany, January 4-8, 1995. DNLM: Toxicology - congresses.

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Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. Proceedings from the Fifth International Symposium onBiological Reactive Intermediates, held in Munich, Germany, January 4-8, 1995. DNLM: Toxicology - congresses.

Format:HardcoverDimensions:484 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.39 inPublished:June 30, 1996Publisher:Springer US

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New Biological Reactive Intermediates: Metabolic Activation of Thiophene Derivatives; D. Mansuy, P.M. Dansette Activation of Toxic Chemicals by Cytochrome P450 Enzymes Regio and Stereoselective Oxidation of Aflatoxin B1; F.P. Guengerich, et al. Reactions of Reactive Metabolites with Hemoproteins: Toxicological Implications; Y. Osawa, et al. Immunochemical Detection of Drug-Protein Adducts in Acetaminophen Hepatoxicity; J.A. Hinson, et al. Some Studies on the Activities of the Oxidant Chromate; H.S. Park, et al. Reactive Dopamine Metabolites and Neurotoxicity: Implications for Parkinson's Disease; T.G. Hastings, et al. The Kidney as a Target for Biological Reactive Intermediates: Linking Metabolism to Toxicity; T.J. Monks, et al. Reactive Intermediates of Xenobiotics in Thyroid: Formation and Biological Consequences; U. Andrae Ethylene Oxide as a Biological Reactive Intermediate of Endogenous Origin; M. Törnqvist Estrogen Metabolites as Bioreactive Modulators of Tumor Initiators and Promoters; L. Bradlow, et al. Biosynthesis and Cellular Effects of Toxic Glutathione Sconjugates; W. Dekant Application of Computational Chemistry in the Study of Biologically Reactive Intermediates; M.W. Anders, et al. Species Differences in Metabolism of 1,3butadiene; R.F. Henderson 35 additional articles. Index.