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Chemical Compound Review

CID6327084     lead; nitric acid

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  • Pretreatment of rats with a single dose of dexamethasone (2 mg/kg) 60 minutes before lead nitrate (100 mumol/kg) or ethylene dibromide completely abolished the increased levels of liver TNF-alpha mRNA induced by these agents [22].
  • Transient inhibition by orotic acid does not abolish the in vivo response of rat hepatocytes to a direct mitogen, lead nitrate [23].
  • While the rats were on these regimens they were given liver cell proliferative stimulus, either a compensatory type (two-thirds partial hepatectomy or a necrogenic dose of carbon tetrachloride) or a direct hyperplastic stimulus such as that induced by the primary mitogen, lead nitrate [24].
  • Both insoluble lead sulfide and more soluble lead nitrate were mutagenic at the HPRT locus in V79 cells [25].
  • A maximal decrease in PEMT activity (60%) and loss of PEMT2 protein (95%) coincided with maximal DNA synthesis and maximal cytidine triphosphate:phosphocholine cytidylyltransferase activity 36 h and 48 h after lead nitrate stimulation in male and female livers respectively [26].
 

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