|1.||Shiue, Ivy: 1 article (12/2015)|
|2.||Sanner, Tore: 1 article (01/2015)|
|3.||Grimsrud, Tom K: 1 article (01/2015)|
|4.||Hamamcı, Dilek Asma: 1 article (01/2013)|
|5.||Demirci, Ozlem: 1 article (01/2013)|
|6.||Santanam, Nalini: 1 article (12/2012)|
|7.||Brown, Kathleen C: 1 article (12/2012)|
|8.||Cook, Carla R: 1 article (12/2012)|
|9.||Lau, Jamie K: 1 article (12/2012)|
|10.||Crabtree, Clayton M: 1 article (12/2012)|
|1.||Lung Neoplasms (Lung Cancer)
11/01/2009 - "An improved estimate of the quantitative relationship between polycyclic hydrocarbons and lung cancer."
01/01/1990 - "Exposure to polycyclic hydrocarbons adsorbed on industrial dust was shown to significantly increase the incidence of lung cancer."
07/01/1996 - "Risks of lung cancer appeared increased for a variety of jobs throughout the complex, especially those with probable high levels of exposure to polycyclic hydrocarbons and asbestos. "
01/01/1981 - "Possible contribution of polycyclic hydrocarbons, trace metals, and gaseous pollutants to the incidence of lung cancer in the urban populations has been considered, including the role of carcinogens in the cigarette smoke. "
09/01/2004 - "Certain hazardous occupational exposures (polycyclic hydrocarbons, paints and lacquer, stone dust) may play a role in modulating tumor angiogenesis. "
09/01/1987 - "Further investigations into the effect of non-benzo ring bay-region methyl substituents on tumor-initiating activity of polycyclic hydrocarbons."
07/01/1982 - "Polycyclic hydrocarbons and cancer."
01/15/1979 - "[The problem of relationship between the exposure to polycyclic hydrocarbons and the incidence of cancer in 2 chemical plants of Thuringia]."
04/06/1978 - "The metabolism of polycyclic hydrocarbons and its relationship to cancer."
|3.||Xeroderma Pigmentosum (Kaposi's Disease)
01/01/1981 - "Cells that appeared capable of metabolizing polycyclic hydrocarbons or aromatic amines by these methods were also found to produce metabolites which were cytotoxic to cocultivated human xeroderma pigmentosum fibroblasts after a 48-hr exposure to the carcinogen."
01/01/1975 - "Cytotoxic and mutagenic effects of carcinogenic aromatic amides and polycyclic hydrocarbons and ultraviolet irradiation in normally repairing and repair-deficient (xeroderma pigmentosum) diploid human skin fibroblasts."
04/01/1977 - "The cytotoxicity of the "K-region" epoxides as well as several other reactive metabolites or chemical derivatives of polycyclic hydrocarbons was compared in normally-repairing human diploid skin fibroblasts and in fibroblasts from a classical xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) patient (XP2BE) whose cells have been shown to carry out excision repair of damage induced in DNA by ultraviolet (UV) radiation at a rate approx. "
|4.||Hepatocellular Carcinoma (Hepatoma)
11/01/1983 - "Activation of polycyclic hydrocarbons in Reuber H4-II-E hepatoma cells. "
01/01/1982 - "We compared our data with various parameters taken from previously published results: the capacity of seven polycyclic hydrocarbons to induce aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase (AHH) activity in human cell cultures, the capacity of 10 polycyclic hydrocarbons to induce azo dye N-demethylase activity in rat liver, the capacity of 6 polycyclic hydrocarbons to shorten zoxazolamine paralysis times in the intact rat, and the capacity of 15 benzo[a]pyrene metabolites to induce AHH activity in rat hepatoma H-4-II-E cultures. "
12/01/1990 - "Further characterization revealed the following additional differences among these three factors: (i) XF1 and XF2 could be extracted from nuclei under conditions quite different from those required for extraction of the Ah receptor; (ii) XF1 and XF2 were present in the nuclei of untreated cells and did not respond to polycyclic compounds, such as 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and beta-napthoflavone, while nuclear Ah receptor was undetectable in untreated cells and rapidly increased in response to TCDD; (iii) inhibition of protein synthesis did not affect the TCDD-induced appearance of the Ah receptor but substantially decreased the constitutive activities of XF1 and XF2, suggesting that the Ah receptor must be present in untreated cells in an inactive form that can be rapidly activated by polycyclic compounds, while the constitutive expression of XF1 and XF2 depends on the continued synthesis of a relatively unstable protein; (iv) the receptor-deficient and nuclear translocation-defective mutants of the hepatoma cell line Hepa1, which are known to lack nuclear Ah receptor, expressed normal levels of XF1 and XF2, suggesting that the former factor is genetically distinct from the latter two; and (v) a divalent metal ion, probably Zn2+, is known to be an essential cofactor for the Ah receptor but was not required for the DNA-binding activities of XF1 and XF2. "
01/01/1982 - "differences in the rate of cellular uptake and formation of alkali-extractable metabolites of dibenzo[a,h]anthracene, 3-methylcholanthrene, and benzo[a]anthracene in Hepa-1 mouse hepatoma cell cultures do not account for differences in the capacity of these three polycyclic hydrocarbons to displace [3H]TCDD from the Ah receptor."
|5.||Sarcoma (Soft Tissue Sarcoma)
01/01/1958 - "[Sex differences in susceptibility to production of sarcomas by polycyclic hydrocarbons in mouse XVII]."
01/01/1982 - "Chemical carcinogens from several diverse chemical classes i.e.; aromatic amines, polycyclic hydrocarbons, nitrosamines, hormonal derivatives, metals and direct alkylating agents cause a 6.2-60.5-fold increase in the frequency of murine sarcoma virus (MSV)-induced transformation in a normal rat kidney (NRK) cell system. "
|1.||Cytochrome P-450 CYP1A1 (CYP1A1)
|7.||DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
|10.||Cytochrome P-450 Enzyme System (Cytochrome P450)