dimethylnitrosamine


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dimethylnitrosamine

(dī-mĕth′əl-nī-trō′sə-mēn′, -nī′trō-săm′ĭn)
n.
See NDMA.

dimethylnitrosamine

a potent hepatoxin in herring meal. Chronic poisoning causes changes reminiscent of neoplasia and the substance is now regarded as a carcinogen.
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Argus, "Differential effect of polycyclic hydrocarbons on the demethylation of the carcinogen dimethylnitrosamine by rat tissues," Life Sciences, vol.
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Mutagenicity of two potent carcinogens, dimethylnitrosamine and diethylnitrosamine, in Neurospora crassa.
Effect of age at treatment on incidence and type of renal neoplasm induced in the rat by a single dose of dimethylnitrosamine.
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On the following day, the animals were treated by gastric intubation with a single dose of plant extract and/or dimethylnitrosamine (DMN) as follows: group I, 1 ml distilled water; group II, 1 ml DMN in distilled water (10 mg/kg body weight); group Ill, 1 ml P.
For example, it is currently unclear whether any of the proposed alternatives should be required to predict the carcinogenicity of presumed nongenotoxic rodent carcinogens such as sodium saccharin and limonene, or whether their value should be judged in relation to their sensitivity to genotoxic (mutagenic) carcinogens such as dimethylnitrosamine, benzo[a]pyrene, and aflatoxin [B.
Blastomogenic activity of dimethylnitrosamine in animals of different age.