Activity and inducibility of cytochrome P-450-1A in the liver of mice with different sensitivity to hepatocarcinogenic effect of o-aminoazotoluene
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Specific activity of cytochrome P-450-1a is detected in the liver of 7 inbred mouse strains sensitive (SWR, C3HA, DD, and CBA) and resistant (AKR, CC57BR, and C57BL) to o-aminoazotoluene-induced hepatocarcinogenesis: 7-ethoxyresorufin-O-diethylase and 7-methoxyresorufin-O-dimethylase, induced by benzo(a)pyrene and o-aminoazotoluene. Mice sensitive (CC57BR and C57BL) and resistant (AKR) to P-450-1a induction were resistant to induction of liver tumor and, similarly, mice both resistant (SWR and DD) and sensitive (C3HA and CBA) to P-450-1a induction were sensitive to hepatic tumor induction. Therefore, there was no correlation between inducibility of cytochrome P-450-1a and sensitivity to o-aminoazotoluene-induced hepatocarcinogenesis at the initial stages of chemical carcinogenesis.
Key Wordsinbred mice o-aminoazotoluene induction cytochrome P-450-1a
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