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Disease relevance of PROPICONAZOLE


Psychiatry related information on PROPICONAZOLE

  • In 2001, Banner Baywood Medical Center's (BBMC) medical imaging department employed concepts to engage staff in a participative decision-making practice regarding those things that most impacted their jobs [6].

High impact information on PROPICONAZOLE

  • The sequence of the cDNA was compared to that recently published for kidney (brain)-type glutaminase (Banner, C., Hwang, J.-J., Shapiro, R.A., Wenthold, R.J., Nakatani, Y., Lampel, K.A., Thomas, J.W., Huie, D., and Curthoys, N.P. (1988) Mol. Brain Res. 3, 247-254) [7].
  • The structure determined for the sTF-VIIa complex [Banner, D. W., et al. (1996) Nature 380, 41-46] shows that all four domains of VIIa (Gla, EGF-1, EGF-2, and protease) are in contact with TF [8].
  • The effects of propiconazole on hepatic xenobiotic biotransformation in the rat [9].
  • Collectively these results suggest that cytochromes P-450b and P-450d have been induced after exposure of rats to propiconazole [9].
  • Wistar Han rats were fed myclobutanil (M: 100, 500, or 2000 ppm), propiconazole (P: 100, 500, or 2500 ppm), or triadimefon (T: 100, 500, or 1800 ppm) from gestation day 6 to postnatal day (PND) 120 [1].

Chemical compound and disease context of PROPICONAZOLE


Biological context of PROPICONAZOLE


Anatomical context of PROPICONAZOLE


Associations of PROPICONAZOLE with other chemical compounds


Gene context of PROPICONAZOLE


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of PROPICONAZOLE

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  • A tropical marine bioassay was developed with juveniles of Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, in order to test the acute and sublethal toxicity of Tilt, which is the commercial formulation of the fungicide propiconazole [24].
  • The intensive care units and the oncology units at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center are for complex patients who require multiple and diverse venous access devices [25].
  • Through Suppression Subtractive Hybridisation PCR (SSH-PCR) 855 life stage-specific cDNAs were collected and used to document the toxicological mode of action of the pesticide propiconazole [26].


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