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Chemical Compound Review

Paraxenol     4-phenylphenol

Synonyms: p-Biphenylol, p-Phenylphenol, Biphenyl-4-ol, PubChem17429, Tetrasin P 300, ...
 
 
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Associations of Paraxenol with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Paraxenol

  • Conjugases such as UDP- glucuronosyltransferases with substrates 3-OH benzo(a)pyrene (UGT1) and 4-hydroxybiphenyl (UGT2) and glutathione S-transferase (GST) with substrate 1-chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene were higher by 72, 69, and 33% in RF and 28, 38, and 24% in rRF groups, respectively [24].
  • Based on this work we conclude that morphine and 4-hydroxybiphenyl can react with separate UDPGT isoforms [14].
  • Small intestinal morphine and 4-hydroxybiphenyl UGT activities appeared to be moderately (2- to 3-fold) induced by oral treatment with BNF [25].
  • The method requires only 0.3 mg of protein and its sensitivity was as low as 0.36 nmol metabolite formed/mg protein/h (0.32 pmol injected) for 2-, 3-, and 4-hydroxybiphenyl [26].
  • The following enzyme activities were determined: cytochrome P-448-dependent ethoxyresorufin O-deethylase (ERDE) and cytochrome P-450-dependent aldrin epoxidase (AE), and, furthermore, the GT form(s) metabolizing 3-hydroxybenzo(a)pyrene (GT1) and the GT form(s) metabolizing 4-hydroxybiphenyl (GT2) [27].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Paraxenol

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