t3db: dibutyl phthalate

t3db: dibutyl phthalate

  • t3db: dibutyl phthalate

    T3DB: Dibutyl phthalate

    Dibutyl phthalate Class Small Molecule Description Dibutyl phthalate is found in cloves. DBP was added to the California Proposition 65 (1986) list of suspected teratogens in November 2006. It is a suspected endocrine disruptor. It was used in

  • t3db: browsing toxins

    T3DB: Browsing Toxins

    Dibutyl phthalate 84-74-2 C 16 H 22 O 4 278.344 g/mol Aromatic Hydrocarbon Cosmetic Toxin Ester Ether Food Toxin Household Toxin Industrial/Workplace Toxin Metabolite Natural Compound Organic Compound Phthalate Plasticizer

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    T3DB

    T3DB ID Common name CAS Number Mechanism of Toxicity T3D2756 Cetirizine 83881-51-0 Cetirizine competes with histamine for binding at H1-receptor sites on the effector cell surface,...more T3D2757 Terfenadine 50679-08-8 Terfenadine competes with

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  • dibutyyliftalaatti – wikipedia

    Dibutyyliftalaatti – Wikipedia

    PubChem: Dibutyl Phthalate (englanniksi) Toxin, Toxin-Target Database (T3DB): Di-n-butyl phthalate (englanniksi) Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG): Dibutyl phthalate (englanniksi) Sivua on viimeksi muutettu 13. maaliskuuta 2020

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    T3DB

    T3DB ID Common name CAS Number Mechanism of Toxicity T3D0004 Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 Vinyl chloride poisoning exhibits many of the characteristics of autoimmune diseases. This is bel...more T3D0006 Benzene 71-43-2 The toxic agents of benzene are

  • t3db: monoethylhexyl phthalic acid

    T3DB: Monoethylhexyl phthalic acid

    Monoethylhexyl phthalic acid (MEHP) is an active metabolite of Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP). DEHP measured from the blood of pregnant women have been significantly associated with the decreased penis width, shorter anogenital distance, and

  • (pdf) occurrence of antimony and phthalate esters in polyethylene terephthalate bottled drinking water

    (PDF) Occurrence of Antimony and Phthalate Esters in Polyethylene Terephthalate Bottled Drinking Water

    phthalate (DiBP) are also plasticizers; the latter is used for replacing dibutyl phthalate (DBP). Diethyl phthalate is applied for softening PVC and other plastic fi lms.

  • pubs.acs.org

    pubs.acs.org

    Information obtained from the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTDB, Davis et al. 2017), Pubchem (Wang et al. 2018), Toxnet (Fowler et al. 2014), and the Toxin and Toxin Target Database (T3DB, Wishart et al. 2015)

  • profiling 976 toxcast chemicals across 331 enzymatic and receptor signaling assays | chemical research in toxicology

    Profiling 976 ToxCast Chemicals across 331 Enzymatic and Receptor Signaling Assays | Chemical Research in Toxicology

    Limited phthalate and estrogen receptor binding is not surprising, given that half-maximal inhibitory concentrations for binding have been reported to be 1000 μM. (31) No statistical difference ( p > 0.05 from t test) between the responses of

  • (pdf) combining biological and chemical screenings to assess cytotoxicity of emerging contaminants in discharges into surface water - researchgate

    (PDF) Combining Biological and Chemical Screenings to Assess Cytotoxicity of Emerging Contaminants in Discharges into Surface Water - ResearchGate

    polycyc lic aromatic hydroca rbons, phthalate, and alkal oids. The occurre nce of these chemic al substanc es in river water resulted from their discharge through treated e ffluents and industria

  • dioscorea nipponica makino: topics by science.gov

    dioscorea nipponica makino: Topics by Science.gov

    Their potential therapeutic and toxicity targets were screened through the DrugBank's or T3DB's ChemQuery structure search. Eleven of 48 compounds in the rhizomes and over half of the compounds in the aerial parts had moderate or good

  • yam dioscorea opposita: topics by science.gov

    yam dioscorea opposita: Topics by Science.gov

    Evaluation of the material and tablet formation properties of modified forms of Dioscorea starches. PubMed Odeku, Oluwatoyin A; Picker-Freyer, Katharina M 2009-11-01 Starches obtained from four different Dioscorea species-namely, White yam

  • yam dioscorea rotundata: topics by science.gov

    yam dioscorea rotundata: Topics by Science.gov

    Characterization of in vitro ADME properties of diosgenin and dioscin from dioscorea villosa USDA-ARS?s Scientific Manuscript database Dioscorea villosa (wild yam) is native to North America and has been widely used as a natural alternative for