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Experientia

, Volume 14, Issue 8, pp 287–288 | Cite as

Effect of azo dyes on rat serum para-phenylene diamine oxidase activity

  • W. J. P. Neish
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Keywords

Diamine Oxidase Activity Diamine Oxidase Cuivre Diamine Oxidase Activity 
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Résumé

On a trouvé que les azoïques 3′-méthyl- et 4′-éthyl-4-diméthylaminoazobenzène, substances cancérigènes puissantes pour le foie du rat, empêchent fortement l'activité de lap-phénylènediamine oxydase du sérum sanguin. Au contraire, 4′-méthyl-4-diméthylaminoazobenzène avec pouvoir cancérigène très faible n'a aucune activité. L'azoïque 3′-méthyl-4-diméthylaminoazobenzène, mais pas son isomer 4′-méthyl, diminue fortement le cuivre sérique.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. J. P. Neish
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  1. 1.Cancer Research UnitThe UniversitySheffield

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