||DNA Binding and Adduct Formation of Aflatoxin B1 in Cultured Human and Animal Tracheobronchial and Bladder Tissues.
Stoner, G. D. ;
Daniel, F. B. ;
Schenck, K. M. ;
Schut, H. A. J. ;
Sandwisch, D. W. ;
||Medical Coll. of Ohio at Toledo.;Health Effects Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
Deoxyribonucleic acids ;
Chemical analysis ;
Respiratory system ;
Tissue culture ;
Laboratory animals ;
Chromatographic analysis ;
Chemical bonds ;
Environmental surveys ;
High pressure liquid chromatography
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||DNA binding and adduct formation of aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) was studied in cultured bladder and tracheobronchial explants from human, monkey, dog, hamster and rat. Explants were exposed to (3H)AFB1 (1 micrometer final concentration) in PFHR-4 medium (pH 7.4) without serum for 24 h, after which epithelial cell DNA was isolated by hydroxylapatite chromatography. These binding levels were not correlated with the relative susceptibilities of these species to AFB1 hepatocarcinogenesis, in that the hamster and the dog are insensitive, but exhibited the highest binding, while the susceptible species, the rat and the monkey, had lower binding. After acid hydrolysis of the isolated DNA, the (3H)AFB1-DNA adducts were separated by high-pressure liquid chromatography. In some cases small amounts (0-8%) of unknown, polar adducts could be detected.
||Pub. in Carcinogenesis, v3 n11 p1345-1347 1982.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: DNA Binding and Adduct Formation of Aflatoxin B1 in Cultured Human and Animal Tracheobronchial and Bladder Tissues.
|PUB Date Free Form
||6T; 6E; 7D; 57Y; 57D; 99A; 68
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