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1 Disposition of 14C-α-cyclodextrin in germ-free and conventional rats
article 2004    
Author: Ommen, B. van · Bie, A.T.H.J. de · Bär, A.
Keywords: Biology · Physiological Sciences · alpha cyclodextrin · carbon 14 · alpha cyclodextrin derivative · alpha-cyclodextrin · carbon · cyclodextrin · animal experiment · animal tissue · article · blood analysis · carcass · controlled study · dietary fiber · female · fermentation · gastrointestinal tract · germfree animal · high performance liquid chromatography · intestine flora · isotope labeling · kidney tubule excretion · lung alveolus carbon dioxide tension · male · metabolic regulation · nonhuman · priority journal · radioisotope distribution · rat · rat strain · small intestine absorption · species comparison · stomach content · animal · blood · drug detoxification · intravenous drug administration · oral drug administration · tissue distribution · urine · Wistar rat · Mammalia · Microbiota · Rattus norvegicus · Administration, Oral · alpha-Cyclodextrins · Animals · Carbon Radioisotopes · Cyclodextrins · Female · Germ-Free Life · Injections, Intravenous · Male · Metabolic Detoxication, Drug · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Tissue Distribution
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2 Disposition of [14C]γ-cyclodextrin in germ-free and conventional rats
article 1998    
Author: Bie, A.T.H.J. de · Ommen, B. van · Bär, A.
Keywords: Nutrition · Carbon 14 · Carbon dioxide · Drug metabolite · Gamma cyclodextrin · Carbon · Cyclodextrin · Gamma cyclodextrin derivative · Gamma-cyclodextrin · Animal experiment · Animal tissue · Carcass · Controlled study · Dose response · Drug bile level · Drug blood level · Drug disposition · Drug feces level · Drug identification · Drug metabolism · Drug saliva level · Drug tissue level · Drug urine level · Female · Gastrointestinal tract · Germfree animal · High performance liquid chromatography · Intravenous drug administration · Isotope labeling · Male · Nonhuman · Oral drug administration · Priority journal · Rat · Animal · Animal food · Bile · Breath analysis · Chemistry · Comparative study · Digestive system · Feces · Intestine absorption · Metabolism · Wistar rat · Administration, Oral · Animal Feed · Animals · Breath Tests · Carbon Dioxide · Carbon Radioisotopes · Cyclodextrins · Digestive System · Feces · Female · gamma-Cyclodextrins · Germ-Free Life · Injections, Intravenous · Intestinal Absorption · Male · Rats · Rats, Wistar
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3 Occupational exposure of hairdressers to [14C]-para-phenylenediamine-containing oxidative hair dyes: A mass balance study
article 2007    
Author: Hueber-Becker, F. · Nohynek, G.J. · Dufour, E.K. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Bie, A.T.H.J.de · Toutain, H. · Bolt, H.M.
Keywords: Biomedical Research · Bladder cancer · CAS 106-50-3 · Hair dyes · Hairdresser · Occupational exposure · para-Phenylenediamine, PPD · Sensitisation · carbon 14 · hair dye · phenylenediamine · adult · ambient air · article · blood level · blood sampling · controlled study · equipment · female · glove · hair · hairdresser · hand washing · human · human experiment · male · normal human · occupational exposure · personal monitoring · protective clothing · urinalysis · urinary excretion · Adult · Beauty Culture · Carbon Radioisotopes · Environmental Monitoring · Female · Gloves, Protective · Hair Dyes · Handwashing · Humans · Male · Middle Aged · Occupational Exposure · Phenylenediamines
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4 Urinary acetylated metabolites and N-acetyltransferase-2 genotype in human subjects treated with a para-phenylenediamine-containing oxidative hair dye
article 2004    
Author: Nohynek, G.J. · Skare, J.A. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Hein, D.W. · Bie, A.T.H.J. de · Toutain, H.
Keywords: Health · Physiological Sciences · Arylamines · CAS No.: 106-50-3 · Hair dyes · Human volunteers · N-acetyltransferase 2 · Para-phenylenediamine · Skin metabolism · arylamine acetyltransferase · carbon 14 · glucuronic acid · hair dye · phenylenediamine · acetylation · adult · aerobic metabolism · article · genotype · human · male · metabolism · metabolite · molecular weight · normal human · radioactivity · urinalysis · urine level · Absorption · Acetylation · Administration, Topical · Adolescent · Adult · Arylamine N-Acetyltransferase · Carbon Radioisotopes · Genetic Predisposition to Disease · Genotype · Hair Dyes · Humans · Male · Phenylenediamines · Pilot Projects · Urinary Bladder Neoplasms · Mammalia
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5 Human systemic exposure to [14C]-paraphenylenediamine-containing oxidative hair dyes: Absorption, kinetics, metabolism, excretion and safety assessment
article 2015    
Author: Nohynek, G.J. · Skare, J.A. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Wehmeyer, K.R. · Bie, A.T.H.J. de · Vaes, W.H.J. · Dufour, E.K. · Fautz, R. · Steiling, W. · Bramante, M. · Toutain, H.
Keywords: Biology · Consumer exposure · Hair dyes · Margin of safety · Paraphenylenediamine · TK-based safety assessment · Toxicokinetics · Carbon phenylenediamine c 14 · Hair dye · Phenylenediamine · Unclassified drug · Absorption · Adult · Blood analysis · Chemical reaction kinetics · Controlled study · Female · High performance liquid chromatography · Human · Human experiment · Male · Mass spectrometry · Metabolism · Population exposure · Radioactivity · Risk assessment · Skin test · Urinalysis · Urinary excretion · Rattus · Biomedical Innovation · Healthy Living · Life Triskelion BV · MSB - Microbiology and Systems Biology TARA - Toxicology and Risk Assessment · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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