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either of two phenols derived from naphthalene

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The chromatograms of the degradation products of Escherichia coli DH5[+ or -] at 285 and 315 nm are shown in figure 4 and 5, they were used for comparison with 1-naphthol chromatograms.
Using a Saccharomyces cerevisiae system, Schultz and Sinks (2002) reported estrogenic gene activity of the hydroxylated metabolites of naphthalene such as 1-naphthol and 2-naphthol, but not of the parent compound.
Phenylphosphorodichloridate (PPDC), biphenylphosphorodichlondate, and naphthylphosphorodichloridate were prepared from phenol, 1-naphthol, and 4-phenylphenol, respectively, with phosphorusoxychloride using procedure reported elsewhere [41]
Re-reviews were not reopened due to insufficient data for 1-naphthol isopropyl isostearate.
Electrochemical oxidation of 1-naphthol formed the basis for determination of the activity of the AP enzyme and quantification of the enzyme label.
After the addition of this solution to the fixed cells, 1-naphthylphosphate was cleaved by the TRAP enzyme into 1-naphthol and phosphate.
Workers in a factory producing carbaryl were studied and substantial uptake of carbaryl was indicated because high levels of a breakdown product, 1-naphthol, were found in their urine.
4 and 5 show the response curves of 4 p nitro phenyl-azo- 1-naphthol solutions containing different dye concentrations as a change in the optical density (DA) at 625 nm and 472 nm respectively, against the absorbed dose [DA = Adeg-Ai], Where Adeg and Ai are optical densities before and after irradiation.
Sklarz, "Condition for the determination of 1-Naphthol through periodate oxidation," Quarterly Reviews, vol.
Degradation of phenanthrene by different bacteria: evidence for novel transformation sequences involving the formation of 1-naphthol.
Utility of urinary 1-naphthol and 2-naphthol levels to assess environmental carbaryl and naphthalene exposure in an epidemiology study.
Incorporation of luminal and contraluminal [35S]sulphate into 1-naphthol by the isolated mucosa of guinea pig jejunum and colon.
Glucuronidation of 1-naphthol and excretion into the vein in perfused rat kidney.
1-Naphthol and 2-naphthol, which can devolve from naphthalene, were moderately correlated (rho = 0.
Human exposure to naphthalene is nearly universal; the recent National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey studies demonstrated detectable levels of 1-naphthol glucuronide in the urine of all 2,785 subjects tested (Li et al.