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  1. Epoxide hydrolase-dependent metabolism of butadiene monoxide to 3-butene-1,2-diol in mouse, rat, and human liver.

    Article - En anglais

    Incubations of butadiene monoxide (BMO) with mouse, rat, and human liver microsomes or cDNA-expressed human microsomal epoxide hydrolase led to 3-buten-1,2-diol (BDD) detection ; the BDD peak exhibited a GC/MS fragmentation pattern similar to that of reference material.

    Incubations with rat liver cytosol did not lead to BDD detection ; however, when mouse or human liver cytosol was used, BDD was detected but at levels lower than those detected with the liver microsomes.

    The catalytic efficiency (Vmax/Km ratio) of BDD formation in rat liver microsomes was nearly 3-fold higher than the ratio obtained with mouse liver microsomes.

    Among two human liver microsomal samples, one sample exhibited a ratio that was nearly 3-fold higher than that of rat liver microsomes, and the second sample exhibited a ratio that was similar to that of rat liver microsomes.

    Although these results suggest epoxide hydrolases may play a role in BMO metabolism in vivo, rats and mice given BMO (71.3-285 mumol/kg) excreted<1% of the dose as BDD into urine within 24 hr.

    Thus, further studies into the role of epoxide hydrolases in BMO metabolism and disposition and the fate of BDD are warranted.

    Mots-clés Pascal : Métabolisme, Médecine travail, Exposition professionnelle, Butadiène dérivé, Inhalation, Animal, Rat, Rodentia, Mammalia, Vertebrata, Souris, Homme, Microsome, Foie, Appareil digestif, In vitro, Cytosol, Activité catalytique, Comparaison interspécifique, In vivo, Activité enzymatique, Voie intrapéritonéale, Toxicité, Epoxide hydrolase, Ether hydrolases, Hydrolases, Enzyme, Corrélation in vitro in vivo

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Metabolism, Occupational medicine, Occupational exposure, Butadiene derivatives, Inhalation, Animal, Rat, Rodentia, Mammalia, Vertebrata, Mouse, Human, Microsome, Liver, Digestive system, In vitro, Cytosol, Catalyst activity, Interspecific comparison, In vivo, Enzymatic activity, Intraperitoneal administration, Toxicity, Epoxide hydrolase, Ether hydrolases, Hydrolases, Enzyme

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    Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique

    Cote : 97-0464488

    Code Inist : 002B03L06. Création : 03/02/1998.