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Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke and Mycotoxins (Medicine) ePub download

by I.K. O'Neill,J. Chen,H. Bartsch

  • Author: I.K. O'Neill,J. Chen,H. Bartsch
  • ISBN: 9283221052
  • ISBN13: 978-9283221050
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: World Health Organization; 1 edition (April 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 633
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Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke and Mycotoxins (Medicine) ePub download

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Tobacco Smoke and Mycotoxins, O’Neill IK, Chen J, Bartsch H (eds). Environmental and occupational cancer P Boffetta 6403 Oncogene. Asbestos Smoking and Lung Cancer Inhalation of asbestos fibers and smoking have. Saginaw Valley State University.

Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke and Mycotoxins, O’Neill IK, Chen J, Bartsch H (eds). IARC Scientific Publications No 105. IARC: Lyon, pp. 460–465. Xu ZY, Blot WJ, Xiao HP, Wu A, Feng YP, Stone BJ, Sun J, Ershow AG, Henderson BE and Fraumeni Jr JF. (1989). TERM Fall '13. PROFESSOR JamesCollins.

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Although tobacco smoking and chewing have long been established as risk factors, the possible role of nitroso .

Bartsch, . 1991, Af-Nitroso compounds and human cancer: Where do we stand? In O’Neill, I. Chen, . and Bartsch, H. (ed. Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco and Mycotoxins. IARC Publications, Lyon, France, 105, pp. 1–10. 9. Yang, C. Smith, . Ishizaki, . and Hong, . Y. 1991, Enzyme mechanisms in the metabolism of nitrosamines. In O’Neill, I. Chen, J. C, and Bartsch, H. Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke, and Mycotoxins. IARC Publications, Lyon, France, pp. 265–274.

Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke and Mycotoxins (Medicine). ISBN 13: 9789283221050.

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Humans are exposed not only to preformed N-nitroso compounds (NOC) but also to a wide range of. .

Humans are exposed not only to preformed N-nitroso compounds (NOC) but also to a wide range of nitrogen-containing compounds and nitrosating agents which can react in vivo to form NOC, a versatile class of carcinogens. Thus, endogenous formation of NOC can occur at various sites in the body. A sensitive procedure (the N-nitrosoproline (NPRO) test) has been developed to estimate exposure of humans to exogenous and endogenous NOC.

Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke andMjcotoxins, lARC Scientific . These compounds are collectively called N-nitroso compounds

Eichholzer, . and F. Gutzwiller. These compounds are collectively called N-nitroso compounds. There is strong circumstantial evidence that in vivo A/-nitroso compounds production contributes to the etiology of cancer of the stomach (135,136), esophagus (136,137), and nasopharynx (136,138). Ascorbic acid consumption is negatively correlated with the incidence of these cancers, due to ascorbic acid inhibition of in vivo A/-nitroso compound formation (139).

The etiology and prevention of common human cancers are the subjects of the reviews and previously unpublished research presented in this volume arising from a multidisciplinary symposium on n-nitroso compounds, tobacco and mycotoxins. Although tobacco smoking and chewing have long been established as risk factors, the possible role of nitroso compounds has inspired extensive research. The 110 papers on these three classes of carcinogenic agents cover epidemiological updates, exposures and biological monitoring, exposure prevention and dietary anti-carcinogens, and biological mechanisms and effects. The volume includes many studies of these issues from the People's Republic of China. The relevance of this work is highlighted by the fact that the cancer sites causally or putatively associated with these exposures (liver, respiratory and alimentary tracts) are those at highest risk in developed and developing nations.
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