amidopyrine


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Synonyms for amidopyrine

a white crystalline substance used as an analgesic and antipyretic

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Reduced glutathione (GSH), 1-chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene (CDNB), reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH), amidopyrine, cytochrome C, thiobarbituric acid and all other chemicals were purchased from Sigma Chemical Company (Saint Louis, USA).
The activity of amidopyrine N-demethylase was measured according to Nash [14].
As shown in Table 1, [gamma]-HCH treatment resulted in a significant increase in hepatic microsomal NADPH cytochrome Creductase by 71%, while [gamma]-HCH decreased both amidopyrine N-demethylase and aniline-4-hydroxylase by 11 and 27%, respectively when compared to control.
Hepatic microsomal protein content was expressed as mg protein/ g liver, cytochrome [b.sub.5] and cytochrome [P.sub.450] contents were expressed as [eta]mol cytochrome/mg microsomal protein, glutathione S-transeferase activity was expressed as units/mg protein, NADPH cytochrome C-reductase activity was expressed as [eta]mol cytochrome C-reductase/mg protein/min, amidopyrine N-demethylase in liver microsomes was expressed as [micro]mol/min x kg liver sample, aniline-4-hydroxylase was expressed as [micro]mol/min/mg protein, and thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) were expressed as [micro]mol TBARS/g tissue.Values are expressed as Mean [+ or -] SEM; n= 10 for each treatment group.
As a result, well-known products like Midol could include potentially dangerous chemicals like amidopyrine in their formulas without having to acknowledge the potential side effects on the product's packaging.