Metabolic disposition of alkylphosphate antagonists and some aspects of cyanide antagonism.

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Volumes of the injected solutions were kept small ( ml/ 10 g body wt), and the cyanide was always injected antipodal to the peritoneal region into which the cyanide antagonists were injected to decrease any likelihood of intraperitoneal binding between cyanide and Cited by: 1.

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Annu Rev Pharmacol Toxicol. ; Cyanide intoxication and its mechanism of antagonism. Way JL. PMID: [Indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: 1. Proc West Pharmacol Soc.

; Mechanism of chlorpromazine antagonism of cyanide intoxication. Dodson RA, Burrows GE, Isom GE, Way by: 3. Metabolic aromatization of xenobiotics is an unusual reaction with some documented examples. For instance, the oxidation of 1-methylphenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine to the neurotoxic pyridinium ion metabolite 1-methylphenylpyridinium by monoamine oxidase (MAO) B in the brain has been of interest to a number of investigators.

It Cited by: 6. The Metabolism of the Alkylphosphate Antagonists and its Pharmacologic Implications Annual Review of Pharmacology Vol. (Volume publication date April )Cited by: 5. Abstract. Stem cells are critical to maintaining steady-state organ homeostasis and regenerating injured tissues.

Recent intriguing reports implicate extracellular vesicles (EVs) as carriers for the distribution of morphogens and growth and differentiation factors Cited by:   In order to investigate structure-activity relationships that influence metabolism of nitriles to CN- thiocyanate was measured, as an index of CN- release, in urine of rats given equimolar doses of nitriles.

Significantly more SCN- was excreted after po than after ip administration of saturated (C2-C5) nitriles, but SCN- excretion was the same after both routes Cited by: The results of plant control and chlorophyll content indicated a severe antagonism in the glyphosate and triazine combination. Herbicide antagonism reduced with increment of.

Way J.L., Cannon E.P., Leung P., Hawkins-Zitzer A., Pei L., Petrikovics I. () Antagonism of the Lethal Effects of Cyanide with Resealed Erythrocytes Containing Rhodanese and Thiosulfate.

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In: Magnani M., DeLoach J.R. (eds) The Use of Resealed Erythrocytes as Carriers and Bioreactors. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, vol Cited by: 4. Enzymatic mechanism and biochemistry for cyanide degradation: A review Cyanide is a prominent metabolic inhibitor and is best known as respiratory inhibitor.

The microorganisms containing this enzyme can be used to degrade metal cyanide and can tolerate high concentration cyanide and some other examples are mentioned in Table by: Antagonism of Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Signaling by 6,2 ',4 '-Trimethoxyflavone Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (1).

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This group consists of a carbon atom triple- bonded to a nitrogen atom. Cyanide is considered to be toxic because it binds to cytochrome c oxidase ie. but it is found in large quantities in some African toxic plants for e.g., Psyloceulon absimile.

Many piperidine natural products with substitution on nitrogen and (or) carbons are frequently encountered among iycine-derived alkaloids.

For example homoproiine (2-piperidinecarboxyl~c acid) 2,3 which is closely related to the essential. Start studying AP BIO: the seven functional groups. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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Abstract. Nitric oxide (NO) is shown to overcome the cyanide inhibition of cytochrome c oxidase in the presence of excess ferrocytochrome c and oxygen. Addition of NO to the partially reduced cyanide-inhibited form of the bovine enzyme is shown by electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy to result in substitution of cyanide at ferriheme a 3 by.

The interaction of two or more drugs at the same receptor site in which one blocks the action of the other is A) synergism. B) antagonism. C) intolerance. D) cross-tolerance. This congener was used for preparation of a series of other analogues, some with higher potency and some with higher selectivity.

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Cyanide causes toxic effects by inhibiting cytochrome c oxidase, resulting in cellular hypoxia and cytotoxic anoxia, and can eventually lead to death.

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Cyanide exposure can be verified by direct analysis of cyanide concentrations or analyzing its metabolites, including thiocyanate (SCN −) and 2-aminothiazolinecarboxylic acid (ATCA) in Cited by: Abstract.

The aporphine alkaloids are one of the largest groups within the isoquinoline alkaloids (ShammaFig. In the naturally occurring aporphine alkaloids, positions 1 and 2 are always oxygenated and frequently other positions are also substituted with hydroxyl, methoxyl or methylenedioxy by: 4 Metabolism and Biochemical Mechanisms of Combined Action* INTRODUCTION This section considers some basic biochemical mechanisms that may be involved in the interaction of chemicals.

The manner in which this knowledge can be used to develop methods for the study of chemical interactions is explored and priorities are suggested. Cu(II)-catalyzed cyanation of aryl iodides has been developed using DMF and ammonium bicarbonate as the combined source of is assumed that copper is involved both in the generation of “CN” units from DMF–ammonia and in the cyanation of aryl halides.

A range of electron-rich and fused (hetero)aryl iodides underwent cyanation resulting in moderate to good Cited by: title = "Structure-metabolism relationships in the glucuronidation of d-amino acid oxidase inhibitors", abstract = "Representative d-amino acid oxidase (DAAO) inhibitors were subjected to in vitro liver microsomal stability tests in the absence or presence of uridine diphosphate glucuronic acid (UDPGA).Cited by: 4.

Acetoacetate on DPNH Oxidation Vol. No. 7 below). Acetoacetate also had a striking effect on the phos- phorylation which is coupled to the oxidation of DPNH. The phosphate uptake in the absence of acetoacetate was never greater than 1 pmole per 35 minutes, and in most experiments was zero.

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The synthesis was accomplished by the chemoselective addition of a magnesium ate complex and an amine to a 1,4-ketoester in a one-pot sequence, followed by a diastereoselective carbonyl-directed fluorination. Transcript.

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3 The first line of medical defense in wartime is the combat medic.A direct borylation of aryl halides or triflates with dialkoxyborane was investigated. The coupling reaction of pinacolborane with aryl halides or triflates in the presence of a catalytic amount of PdCl2(dppf) together with a base provided arylboronates in high yields.

The product distributions were strongly dependent on the base employed, and the tertiary amine, especially Et3N, was .Diastereocontrolled Synthesis of Dinucleoside Phosphorothioates Using a Novel Class of Activators, Dialkyl(cyanomethyl)ammonium Tetrafluoroborates Natsuhisa Oka Takeshi WadaCited by: