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Detection of carcinogens using short-term in vivo bioassays

John Mayes Lippitt

Detection of carcinogens using short-term in vivo bioassays

by John Mayes Lippitt

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carcinogenicity testing,
  • Biological assay

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    Statementby John Mayes Lippitt
    The Physical Object
    Pagination106 leaves :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14452842M

    A book on the toxicology a book edited by de Serres48 addressed an array of bioassays for the detection and identification of mechanisms of mutagenicity. The predictive uses of short-term in vitro assays and com parative evaluations with rodent in vivo assays were reviewed.   The in vitro and in vivo bioassays for the toxicity assessment of petroleum-related hydrocarbons in Table 1 can be conducted using ambient water, the water-accommodated fraction (WAF), the chemically enhanced WAF (CEWAF), elutriates, sediments or their extracts, and also using fish bile for some in vitro bioassays (ER-CALUX and YES).Cited by:

    Using the biological two-stage model to assess risk from short-term exposures. Risk Anal 8: – [Google Scholar] Cited by: linking in vivo and in vitro genotoxicity results with epidemi ological data on cancer incidence was discussed in detail by Stich and Rosin Two hundred carcinogens were assigned hazard rankings based on epidemiological, experimental, and supportive evidence from short-term tests, metabolism and.

    short term test for detection of carcinogens. The Ty1 test is based on transposition of a genetically engineered oncogene-like transpos n (Ty1). Results obtained till now show that carcinogens (laboratory and environmental) induce the transposition of the oncogene-like transposon. The Ty1 test is very sensitive and is positive with. 1 Principles. Toxicology is a broad scientific field ranging from human exposure to toxicogenomics. This review article describes only the statistical evaluation of standardized in vitro and in vivo bioassays in both regulatory and environmental toxicology. Actually, these bioassays have the goal of proving the harmlessness of a test substance.


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Detection of carcinogens using short-term in vivo bioassays by John Mayes Lippitt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tagens are carcinogens; growing opinionthat short-term tests can predict which chemicals may be car-cinogens. The third point is important because many short-term tests determine whether or not a chemical causes mutations (mutagenicity) rather than if it causes cancer (carcinogenicity).

The postulated relationship between mutagenicity. PERFORMANCE OF SHORT-TERM TESTS AND LIMITED IN VIVO BIOASSAYS As suggested by the previous paragraphs, current emphasis in research on the detection of carcinogens by toxicological testing is in the direction of using combinations of short-term in vitro and in vivo tests to avoid having to rely solely on expensive long-term chronic studies for Cited by: 4.

A reliable medium-term bioassay system for rapid detection of carcinogenic potential of chemicals in the human environment has been developed.

The 8-week-protocol consists of 2 stages; male F rats are given a single intraperitoneal injection of diethylnitrosamine ( mg/kg) for initiation of liver carcinogenesis, followed by a 6-week test Cited by: In order to test the thousands of man-made chemicals in the environment for carcinogenic and genetic hazards, a multitude of short-term screening tests has been developed to complement long-term mammalian bioassays and epidemiological studies.

These tests cover a broad spectrum of organisms, and Author: H.J. Carney, B.S. Hass. Only long-term animal bioassays, involving lifetime studies on animals, were used earlier to classify substances as mutagens/carcinogens.

These tests were cumbersome and time consuming and Author: Özlem Aksoy. Identifying chemical carcinogens and assessing potential risk in short-term bioassays using transgenic mouse models. R W Tennant, J E French, and J W Spalding Laboratory of Environmental Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NCby: In the last decade, a number of carcinogenic prediction models have been constructed using gene expression data obtained from short-term bioassays in rat organs (Nie et al., ;Fielden et al.

A bioassay is an analytical method to determine concentration or potency of a substance by its effect on living cells or tissues. Bioassays are quantitative biological assays used to estimate the potency of agents by observing their effects on living animals (in vivo) or tissue/cell culture systems (in vitro).

A bioassay experiment can either be qualitative or quantitative, direct or. Contents Foreword i Acknowledgment iii SECTION 1: SHORT-TERM BIOASSAY SYSTEMS— AN OVERVIEW The Use of Microbial Assay Systems in the Detection of Environmental Mutagens in Complex Mixtures Herbert S.

Rosenkranz, Elena C. McCoy, Monica Anders, William T. Speck, and David Bickers Mutagenesis of Mammalian Cells by Chemical. A liver medium-term bioassay (Ito test) and a multiorgan carcinogenesis bioassay in rats have been developed as in vivo organ bioassays for detection Author: Shoji Fukushima, Nobuyasu Takada, Satoru Takahashi, Hideki Wanibuchi.

More than one hundred short-term bioassays are now available for detecting the toxicity, mutagenicity, and potential carcinogenicity of chemicals. These bioassays were developed and validated with individual compounds, and their principal application was perceived to be in evaluating the health hazard of such : Springer US.

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Experimental pathology and toxicology has frequently advanced because of the addition of newdiagnostic tools. During the last decade, bronchoalveolar lavage has emerged as a very usefultool in the assessment of lung injury. It is applicable to both animal models exposed toinhaled particles and gases in a laboratory and to humans encountering exposures to the Cited by: 5.

Rodent bioassays are considered the best available method for detecting such carcinogens. Risk assessment is done combining data from bioassays, epidemiological data, toxico-kinetic and disposition studies.

The rationale behind this approach is that many of the drugs known to be carcinogens to humans are also carcinogens to by: 5. The most ambitious validation exercise to date was the International Program for the Evaluation of Short-term Tests for Carcinogenicity (de Serres & Ashby, ) in which some thirty in vitro and in vivo assays involving more than fifty laboratories were evaluated for their ability to discriminate between carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic.

Mutation Research, () Elsevier MTR 3 Cf ePEMe INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION FOR PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENS AND CARCINOGENS ICPEMC Publication No.

16 Testing for mutagens and carcinogens; the role of short-term genotoxicity assays A report prepared by the International Commission for.

ABSTRACT • In retrospect, it is now safe to conclude that short-term mutagenicity assays were not only useful but instrumental in: (1) indicating that diesel soot was potentially carcinogenic and should be evaluated in chronic animal cancer bioassays, (2) identifying V02~PAHs as potential carcinogens in this very complex mixture, (3.

Methods for Evaluating Potential Carcinogens and Anticarcinogens Carcinogenic activity in rodents, following the oral administration of certain dyes, was first demonstrated in the early s.

Since then, numerous experimental studies have been conducted to identify carcinogens in the diets of humans. Get this from a library. Short-Term Bioassays in the Analysis of Complex Environmental Mixtures II.

[Michael D Waters; Shahbeg S Sandhu; Joellen Lewtas Huisingh; Larry Claxton; Stephen Nesnow] -- More than one hundred short-term bioassays are now available for detecting the toxicity, mutagenicity, and potential carcinogenicity of chemicals. Toxicology Test Methods.

Sunday, 16 January epidemiological studies, long-term in vivo bioassays, mid-term in vivo bioassays, short-term in vivo and in vitro bioassays, artificial intelligence (structure-activity), and mechanism-based inference. essentially all of the IARC-declared human carcinogens are detectable as mutagens.

The Clean Water Act of states, ''It is the national policy that the discharge of toxic pollutants in toxic amounts be prohibited" (Peltier and Weber,p. 1). Thorough assurance that this goal is met would require complete chemical profiles of every effluent; knowledge of the sensitivity of.COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .Bioassays Bioassays are experiments that use living things to test the toxicity of chemicals.

Students can use bioassays to conduct a wide range of experiments relating to toxicity of known chemical solutions or unknown mixtures such as samples of .