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However on April 5 he fell into a coma after being poisoned by a highly toxic chemical, dimethylnitrosamine.
We are of the view, however, that programs for control of chemical carcinogens must also encompass certain judiciously chosen class 2A or "probable" human carcinogens, such as diesel exhaust, indoor emissions produced by combustion of biomass fuels, and dimethylnitrosamine, for which there is already strong evidence of carcinogenicity in animal, cellular, or molecular models and limited human data (IARC 2011).
In meat it forms carcinogenic nitrosamines, nitrosopyrrolidine and dimethylnitrosamine, in the part per billion range (Rubin, 1977).
Other pregnant hamsters were given similar doses of sodium nitrate or similar doses of dimethylnitrosamine (positive controls).
1961 Walters 1966 Dimethylnitrosamine Hard 1979 Diphenylhydantoin, 5,5- Chhabra et al.
Based on the alkaline elution method, the plant extract prevented in vivo DNA single-strand breaks caused by dimethylnitrosamine (DMN) in hamster liver cells.
10) reported that cultured human esophageal cells activated dimethylnitrosamine into DNA-binding metabolites.
For example, it is currently unclear whether any of the proposed alternatives should be required to predict the carcinogenicity of presumed nongenotoxic rodent carcinogens such as sodium saccharin and limonene, or whether their value should be judged in relation to their sensitivity to genotoxic (mutagenic) carcinogens such as dimethylnitrosamine, benzo[a]pyrene, and aflatoxin [B.