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N G Medvedeva et al.
Izvestiia Akademii nauk. Seriia biologicheskaia, (1)(1), 91-99 (2012-05-10)
Destruction of mustard gas hydrolysis products by bacterial cultures isolated from soils and bottom waters at the sites of chemical weapons disposal has been studied. Among the tested microorganisms, the soil bacteria Pseudomonas putida Y-21 and Rhodococcus erythropolis 8D and
Leila El Bassi et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 167(1-3), 124-127 (2009-01-31)
Microbial degradation of thiodiglycol (bis(2-hydroxyethyl)sulfide, TDG) with petroleum-desulfurizing soil bacteria was examined. Among the bacteria tested, several strains belonging to the genera Rhodococcus and Gordonia grew on TDG as the sole sulfur source. The selected strain Rhodococcus sp. strain T09
Benedict R Capacio et al.
Journal of analytical toxicology, 32(1), 37-43 (2008-02-14)
Sulfur mustard (HD) is an alkylating agent that reacts rapidly with macromolecular targets resulting in the formation of stable adducts providing depots for markers of exposure. The purpose of this study was to validate an analytical procedure for detection of
G Karvaly et al.
Journal of applied toxicology : JAT, 28(1), 21-26 (2007-04-13)
Subcutaneous microdialysis was employed for monitoring thiodiglycol (2,2'-thiodiethanol, TDG) levels with the aim of characterizing the transdermal penetration of topically applied liquid sulfur mustard (2,2'-dichlorodiethyl sulfide, SM) in rats. TDG levels, evaluated in 20 min dialysates collected over a 6
Karolin K Kroening et al.
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, 393(8), 1949-1956 (2009-02-14)
Sulfur mustard (HD), bis(2-chloroethyl)sulfide, is one of a class of mustard agents which are chemical warfare agents. The main chemical warfare hydrolysis degradation products of sulfur mustards are: thiodiglycol, bis(2-hydroxyethylthio)methane, 1,2-bis(2-hydroxyethylthio)ethane, 1,3-bis(2-hydroxyethylthio)propane, and 1,4-bis(2-hydroxyethylthio)butane. The aim of this study is
Hong Li et al.
Biodegradation, 24(1), 125-135 (2012-07-04)
Thiodiglycol (TDG) is both the precursor for chemical synthesis of mustard gas and the product of mustard gas hydrolysis. TDG can also react with intermediates of mustard gas degradation to form more toxic and/or persistent aggregates, or reverse the pathway
John R Barr et al.
Journal of analytical toxicology, 32(1), 10-16 (2008-02-14)
In July 2004, two individuals developed blisters after the destruction of a WWI-era munition. To determine the causative agent, urine samples were collected from both the highly blistered patient (patient 1; 6.5% of total body surface area) and patient 2
Gold (I)?Catalyzed Intermolecular Cyclopropanation of Enynes with Alkenes: Trapping of Two Different Gold Carbenes.
Lopez S, et al.
Angewandte Chemie (International Edition in English), 118(36), 6175-6178 (2006)
Lourdes Santana et al.
Journal of medicinal chemistry, 51(21), 6740-6751 (2008-10-07)
The work provides a new model for the prediction of the MAO-A and -B inhibitor activity by the use of combined complex networks and QSAR methodologies. On the basis of the obtained model, we prepared and assayed 33 coumarin derivatives
[Strain Alcaligenes xylosoxydans subsp. Denitrificans TD2 as a biosensor basis for determination of thiodiglycol].
T N Kuvichkina et al.
Mikrobiologiia, 81(6), 810-811 (2013-04-25)
Benedict R Capacio et al.
Journal of analytical toxicology, 28(5), 306-310 (2004-07-09)
A gas chromatography-mass spectrometry method for determining exposure to the chemical warfare agent 2,2'-dichlorodiethyl sulfide (sulfur mustard; HD) has been developed. The technique is based upon quantitating thiodiglycol (TDG) released from blood protein adducts that are formed upon exposure to
I T Ermakova et al.
Mikrobiologiia, 71(5), 604-610 (2002-11-27)
The investigation of the degradation of thiodiglycol (the major product of mustard gas hydrolysis) by Alcaligenes xylosoxydans subsp. denitrificans strain TD2 showed that thiodiglycol is metabolized through the oxidation of its primary alcohol groups and the subsequent cleavage of C-S
A A Brimfield et al.
Toxicology and applied pharmacology, 213(3), 207-215 (2006-01-19)
Thiodiglycol (2,2'-bis-hydroxyethylsulfide, TDG), the hydrolysis product of the chemical warfare agent sulfur mustard, has been implicated in the toxicity of sulfur mustard through the inhibition of protein phosphatases in mouse liver cytosol. The absence of any inhibitory activity when TDG
Gunda Reddy et al.
International journal of toxicology, 24(6), 435-442 (2006-01-06)
Sulfur mustard (HD) undergoes hydrolysis to form various products such as thiodiglycol (TG) in biological and environmental systems. TG is a precursor in the production of HD and it is also considered as a "Schedule 2" compound (dual-use chemicals with
Joanna Kopecka et al.
Oncotarget, 6(9), 6776-6793 (2015-02-18)
Multidrug resistance (MDR) in cancer cells is a challenging phenomenon often associated with P-glycoprotein (Pgp) surface expression. Finding new ways to bypass Pgp-mediated MDR still remains a daunting challenge towards the successful treatment of malignant neoplasms such as colorectal cancer.We
John T Houpt et al.
International journal of toxicology, 26(4), 365-371 (2007-07-31)
Thiodiglycol (TG), a hydrolysis product of sulfur mustard (HD), is a potential contaminant of soil and water at certain military sites. To establish developmental toxicity criteria for TG, an oral developmental toxicity study was conducted in Sprague-Dawley rats. Neat thiodiglycol
Santosh G Valeja et al.
Analytical chemistry, 82(17), 7515-7519 (2010-08-14)
Electrospray ionization produces multiply charged ions, thereby lowering the mass-to-charge ratio for peptides and small proteins to a range readily accessed by quadrupole ion trap, orbitrap, and ion cyclotron resonance (ICR) mass analyzers (m/z = 400-2000). For Fourier transform mass
N Medvedeva et al.
Environmental research, 106(3), 289-295 (2007-06-01)
A special group of substances that are very dangerous for the biosphere includes war gases such as mustard gas (bis(2-chloroethyl)sulphide). The influence of mustard gas hydrolysis products (MGHPs) on soil microbiota has been investigated. These substances bear numerous toxic effects
James Riches et al.
Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 845(1), 114-120 (2006-09-13)
A sensitive method has been developed for the trace analysis of the sulphur mustard metabolite thiodiglycol (TDG) in urine, and its oxidation product thiodiglycol sulphoxide (TDGO) after reduction to thiodiglycol. Thiodiglycol was extracted from urine by solid phase extraction onto
Anne E Boyer et al.
Journal of analytical toxicology, 28(5), 327-332 (2004-07-09)
Sulfur mustard (HD), or bis(2-chloroethyl)sulfide, has several urinary metabolites that can be measured to assess human exposure. These metabolites include the simple hydrolysis product thiodiglycol (TDG) and its oxidative analogue, TDG-sulfoxide, as well as metabolites of the glutathione/b-lyase pathway 1,1'-sulfonylbis[2-(methyl-sulfinyl)ethane]
G Karvaly et al.
Journal of chromatographic science, 43(6), 319-323 (2005-08-02)
An analytical method employing gas chromatography is presented for assessing the concentrations of the sulfur mustard hydrolysis product thiodiglycol (TDG) in cutaneous in vivo microdialysates. The use of a pulsed flame photometric detector allows for selective detection of the analyte
Stereo-and regioselective gold-catalyzed hydroamination of internal alkynes with dialkylamines.
Hesp K D, et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132(51), 18026-18029 (2010)
Roman Schmidt et al.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 950, 27-41 (2012-10-23)
Optical microscopy has become a key technology in the life sciences today. Its noninvasive nature provides access to the interior of intact and even living cells, where specific molecules can be precisely localized by fluorescent tagging. However, the attainable 3D
Isaac Ohsawa et al.
Journal of chromatography. A, 1061(2), 235-241 (2005-01-12)
A method for determining thiodiglycol (TDG), a mustard gas hydrolysis product in water, serum and urine samples using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) after tert-butyldimethylsilylation (TBDMS) is described. Quantitation of TDG was performed by measuring the respective peak area on the
Networking of calixcrowns: From heteronuclear endo/exocyclic coordination polymers to a photoluminescence switch.
Lee J Y, et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 130(42), 13838-13839 (2008)
A general synthesis for gold (I) complexes.
Al?Sa'Ady A K, et al.
Inorg. Synth., 23, 191-194 (1985)
G K Prasad et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 167(1-3), 1192-1197 (2009-03-11)
Modified titania nanotubes have been studied as powder decontaminants against sulphur mustard (HD), a deadliest chemical warfare agent. Decontamination reactions were carried out at room temperature (30+/-2 degrees C) and monitored by gas chromatography and gas chromatography mass spectrometry techniques.
Mark J Novak et al.
Current protocols in toxicology, Chapter 4, Unit4-Unit4 (2006-09-01)
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) is a powerful technique for elucidating the metabolism of xenobiotics, as it allows for the least ambiguous assignment of chemical structure when compared to other forms of spectroscopy. In addition, it is a sensitive technique
E Dell'Amico et al.
Journal of applied microbiology, 106(4), 1111-1121 (2009-02-05)
To isolate thiodiglycol (TDG)-degrading bacteria, the mustard gas hydrolysis product, and to characterize the metabolites formed and the enzymes involved in the degradation. Two strains, identified as Achromobacter xylosoxydans G5 and Paracoccus denitrificans E4, isolated from a petroleum-contaminated soil, utilized
Thorsten Staudt et al.
Microscopy research and technique, 70(1), 1-9 (2006-11-30)
The use of high numerical aperture immersion lenses in optical microscopy is compromised by spherical aberrations induced by the refractive index mismatch between the immersion system and the embedding medium of the sample. Especially when imaging >10 micro m deep
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