p-aminophenol

p- aminophenol

/p- ami·no·phe·nol/ (-fe´nol) a dye intermediate and photographic developer and the parent compound of acetaminophen; it is a potent allergen that causes dermatitis, asthma, and methemoglobinemia.
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The catalytic reactivity and separation property of the composite membrane were examined by the catalytic reduction of p-nitrophenol to p-aminophenol.
The selectivity of the method has also been investigated by testing interfering substances, including phenol, m-aminophenol, p-aminophenol, o-nitrophenol, Na+, Cl- under ten times conditions of o-aminophenol.
However, concentrations of p-aminophenol from 1 to 100 pg/ ml produced significant (p<0.
P-aminophenol by formation quinonoimines damages cell membranes and in particular (in doses of 200 mg/kg of body weight) is characterized by nephrotoxic influence [41].
Co-polymerization of p-aminophenol and p- phenylenediamine at carbon and titanium electrodes:
Subsequently, results of comprehensive toxicology screening of urine by gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy were positive for p-aminophenol, an aniline metabolite.
The estimation of acetanilide and its metabolic products, aniline, N-acetyl p-aminophenol and p-amino-phenol, free and total conjugated, in biological fluids and tissues.
2) The product did not respond to the dye test indicating the absence of primary amino group and thus there was no formation of p-aminophenol.
A combo of resorcinol and p-aminophenol is what you need if you want to find out if blondes do indeed have more fun.
Acetaminophen was measured by an enzymatic method (GDS Diagnostics) in which hydrolysis of acetaminophen to p-aminophenol is catalyzed by arylacylamidase.
High lifetime doses of acetaminophen probably destroy renal tissue through toxic metabolites, such as p-aminophenol, which concentrate in renal papilla and deplete glutathione stores, causing cell death.