Environment, Chemistry, and Metabolism by Harry Gelboin

By Harry Gelboin

Polycyclic Hydrocarbons and melanoma, quantity 1: setting, Chemistry, and Metabolism brings jointly info from many varied disciplines within the environmental, chemical, organic, and clinical sciences to supply a complete account of the hyperlink among polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons (PAHs) and melanoma.
This quantity includes 19 chapters divided into seven sections in accordance with the next subject matters: power resources; Environmental incidence and tracking; Tobacco Carcinogenesis; Chemistry, Carcinogenicity, and thought; Metabolism and Activation; Enzymology; and Pharmacokinetics. the 1st 3 chapters specialize in the strength resources, prevalence and surveillance, and environmental tracking of PAHs. The dialogue then turns to the hyperlink among smoking and melanoma; the carcinogenicity of 5-methylchrysene; synthesis and reactions of diol epoxides and comparable metabolites of carcinogenic hydrocarbons; and enzymes of oxygenation. the ultimate bankruptcy is dedicated to the pharmacokinetics of chemically reactive metabolites.
This e-book should be of curiosity to investigators and educators fascinated by clinical points of PAH examine; govt officers and elected representatives in addition to leaders who needs to confront and remedy the issues relating to PAHs; and others in a variety of fields reminiscent of chemistry, environmental technological know-how, biochemistry and enzymology, pharmacology, molecular and cellphone biology, and genetics.

Show description

Read Online or Download Environment, Chemistry, and Metabolism PDF

Similar chemistry books

Glencoe Chemistry: Matter and Change. Reviewing Chemistry

This workbook is designed to reinforce your wisdom of the NSCS (National technological know-how content material criteria) and supply extra bankruptcy content material assessment of your Glencoe textbook, Chemistry: topic and alter. for every bankruptcy within the Glencoe textbook. Chemistry: topic and alter, pages of bankruptcy evaluation questions were supplied.

Topics in Current Chemistry (vol 155)

This sequence offers severe studies of the current place and destiny traits in glossy chemical examine. it's addressed to all learn and commercial chemists who desire to preserve abreast of advances of their topic.

The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements, 4th Edition (Volumes 1–6)

The fourth version of «The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide components» includes all chapters in volumes 1 via five of the 3rd version (published in 2006) plus a brand new quantity 6. to stay in step with the plan of the 1st variation, “ … to supply a finished and uniform remedy of the chemistry of the actinide [and transactinide] components for either the nuclear technologist and the inorganic and actual chemist,” and to be in line with the adulthood of the sector, the fourth version is equipped in 3 components.

Extra info for Environment, Chemistry, and Metabolism

Sample text

Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. 3 5 , 276. 69. Jahnig, C. , and Magee, Ε. M. (1974). "Evaluation of Pollution Control in Fossil Fuel Conversion Processes, Gasification: Section 1: CO2 Acceptor P r o c e s s . " Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Linden, New Jersey; (1975). EPA-650/2-74-009d, NTIS PB-241-141 and Section 6: Hygas Process; EPA-650/2-74-009h, NTIS PB-247-225. 70. Jahnig, C. E. (1975). "Evaluation of Pollution Control in Fossil Fuel Conversion Processes. Liquefaction: Section 2. '' Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Linden, New Jersey; (1975).

Natl. Cancer Inst. 5 3 , 1121. Hecht, S. , Loy, Μ . , Maronpot, R. , and Hoffmann, D. (1976). A study of chemical carcinogensis: Comparative carcinogenicity of 5-methylchrysene, benzo[ö]pyrene, and modi­ fied chrysenes. Cancer Lett. 1, 147. Henry, S. , Kennaway, Ν. , and Kennaway, E. L. (1931). The incidence of cancer of the 38 Μ. R. Guerin bladder and prostate in certain occupations. J. Hyg. 3 1 , 199. 57. Hill, Η. H . , Chan, K. W . , and Karasek, F . W. (1977). Extraction of organic compounds from airborne particulate matter for gas chromatographic analysis.

1969). Long term mortality study of steelworkers. I. Methodol­ ogy. J. Occup. Med. 11, 299. Lloyd J. W. (1971). Long term mortality study of steelworkers. V. Respiratory cancer in coke plant workers. J. Occup. Med. 13, 53. Lloyd, J. , et al. (1970). Long term mortality study of steelworkers. IV. Mortality by work area. J. Occup. Med. 12, 151. Magee, Ε. , Jahnig, C. , and Shaw, H. (1974). "Evaluation of Pollution Control in Fossil Fuel Conversion Processes; Gasification; Section 1; Koppers-Totzek P r o c e s s , " EPA-650/274-009a, NTIS PB-221-675.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.05 of 5 – based on 50 votes

Related posts