Relevance to human cancer of N-nitroso compounds, tobacco, and mycotoxins
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Published by International Agency for Research on Cancer, Distributed in the USA by Oxford University Press in Lyon, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nitroso compounds -- Carcinogenicity -- Congresses.,
  • Tobacco smoke -- Congresses.,
  • Mycotoxins -- Carcinogenicity -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementeditors, I.K. O"Neill, J. Chen, and H. Bartsch.
SeriesIARC scientific publications,, no. 105
ContributionsO"Neill, I. K., Chen, Junshi., Bartsch, H., International Agency for Research on Cancer., International Symposium on N-nitroso Compounds (10th : 1989 : Lyon, France)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC268.7.N58 R45 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 614 p. :
Number of Pages614
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1646980M
ISBN 109283221052
LC Control Number91203762

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Role of oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes in human lung carcinogenesis. Relevance to human cancer of N-Nitroso compounds. Tobacco smoke and mycotoxins. Lyon: International Agency for Research on Cancer, Colburn NH, Moses HL, Stanbridge EJ. Growth factors, tumor promoters, and cancer genes. Comparison of urinary nitrate, N- nitrosoproline, 7-methylguanine, and 3-methyladenine in a human population at risk for gastric cancer. In: O’Neill IK, Chen JS, Bartsch H (eds) Relevance to human Cancer of N-nitroso Compunds, Tobacco, and Mycotoxins, IARC Scientific Publication No. these compounds are usually 10 ug g 12 13 25 levels of these carcinogens jun 28 contributor by in tobacco smoke mediated cancer initiation here we describe the recent advances that have led to a. esophagus nasal cavity and pancreas tobacco specific nitrosamines tsnas are n nitroso . Abstract. The tobacco and mainstream smoke of 20 commercial brands of filter and non-filter cigarettes were analysed for N-nitroso concentrations of N-nitrosodlmethylamine (NDMA), N-nitrosoethyhnethylamine (NEMA) and N-nifrosopyrrolidine (NPYR) in cigarette tobacco were very much lower than in mainstream smoke, where the levels were – ng/cig NDMA, >– ng/cig .

  O'Neill, J. Chen and H. Bartsch (Eds.), Relevance to Human Cancer of N-Nitroso Compounds, Tobacco Smoke and Mycotoxins, IARC Scientific Publications No. , IARC, Lyon, pp. IARC () Monographs on the Evolution of the Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Genetic and Related Effects, Suppl. 7, IARC, Lyon. FUNGAL COLONIZATION OF HOUSES-HUMAN CANCER CLUSTERS TOBACCO, MYCOTOXINS AND CANCER As many as 1, compounds, classifiable as mycotoxins, were studied by the pharmacology industry as potential antibiotics in the s and s only to be discarded as being too toxic for higher life forms to be of value in treating bacterial diseases in.   Laboratory evidence suggests that swallowing tobacco condensates could be a major risk factor for oesophageal cancer. Also, the higher content of tobacco-specific N-nitroso compounds in black tobacco, including organospecific substances, could explain its higher carcinogenic effect on the oesophageal mucosa. An account of ergot alkaloids, alimentary toxic aleukia, yellow rice syndrome, Balkan (endemic) nephropathy, bishydroxycoumarin, pink rot disease (of celery), aflatoxins and human liver cancer (including a discussion of epidemiological evidence associating aflatoxin with liver cancer in Uganda, Philippines, Thailand, Kenya, Mozambique and.