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By Jesus Olivero-Verbel (auth.), David M. Whitacre (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1441984526

ISBN-13: 9781441984524

ISBN-10: 1441984534

ISBN-13: 9781441984531

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Foreword
PrefaceBiochemical results brought about via the Hexachlorocyclohexanes
Jesus Olivero-Verbal, Angélica Guerrero-Castilla, and Niradiz Reyes Ramos
The Use of Cholinesterases in Ecotoxicology
Bruno Nunes
Tropospheric Ozone and vegetation: Absorption, Responses and Consequences
Kyoungwon Cho, Supriya Tiwan, S.B. Agrawal, N.L. Torres, Madhoolika Agrawal, Abhijit Sarkar, Junko Shibato, Ganesh okay. Agrawal, Akihiro Kubo, and Randeep Rakwal
Strategies for Decolorization and cleansing of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent
Satyendra ok. Garg and Manikant Tripathi

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Ratneswaran R, Meldon T, Carole P (1997) Modulation of the hepatic expression of the estrogenregulated mRNA stabilizing factor by estrogenic and antiestrogenic nonsteroidal xenobiotics. Biochem Pharmacol 53: 1425–1434. Ronco AM, Valdes K, Marcus D, Llanos M (2001) The mechanism for lindane-induced inhibition of steroidogenesis in cultured rat Leydig cells. Toxicology 159: 99–106. Rosa R, Sanfeliu C, Rodriguez E, Frandsen A, Schousboe A, Sunol C (1997a) Properties of ryanodine receptors in cultured cerebellar granule neurons: effects of hexachlorocyclohexane isomers and calcium.

Maranghi F, Rescia M, Macrì C, Consiglio E, De Angelis G, Testai E, Farini D, De Felici M, Lorenzetti S, Mantovani A (2007) Lindane may modulate the female reproductive development through the interaction with ER-beta: an in vivo-in vitro approach. Chem Biol Interact 169: 1–14. Mattioli F, Robbiano L, Adamo D, Federa R, Martelli A, Brambilla G (1996) Genotoxic effects of alpha-hexachlorocyclohexane in primary cultures of rodent and human hepatocytes. Mutagenesis 11: 79–83. McDuffie HH, Pahwa P, McLaughlin JR, Spinelli JJ, Fincham S, Dosman JA, Robson D, Skinnider LF, Choi NW (2001) Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and specific pesticide exposure in men: crossCanada study of pesticides and health.

They found two hydrophilic, spontaneously soluble forms (accounting for approximately 80% of all hydrolytic activity) in the hemolymph that had dimeric and globular tetrameric structures. The third form was mainly an amphiphilic globular dimer attached to the cellular membrane by a phosphatidylinositol tail insertion. This form promptly interacted with detergent (such as Triton X-100 and Brij 96) and was likely to undergo self-aggregation. The existence of highly variable polymorphism of AChE forms in vertebrates was illustrated by Rocío Marcos et al.

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