Microsomal 4-Vinylcyclohexene Mono-oxygenase and Mutagenic Activity of Metabolic Intermediates
Recently many olefins  used in plastic industries have been demonstrated as mutagenic and carcinogenic through the formation of epoxides by cytochrome P-450-dependent microsomal mono-oxygenase.
KeywordsLiver Microsome Metabolic Intermediate Styrene Oxide Microsomal Epoxide Hydrolase Mouse Liver Microsome
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