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Industrial bladder carcinogenesis.

IzrailК№ Solomonovich Temkin

Industrial bladder carcinogenesis.

by IzrailК№ Solomonovich Temkin

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bladder -- Cancer.,
  • Carcinogens.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated by John J. Oliver. English translation edited by William J.P. Neish.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC280.B5 T4 1963
    The Physical Object
    Pagination367 p.
    Number of Pages367
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5857496M
    LC Control Number62019582
    OCLC/WorldCa11421049

      Emerging evidence indicates a critical role of sex hormones, especially androgen-mediated AR signals, in bladder carcinogenesis [4,5,7,8], and GATA3 could thus be a key molecule regulating the carcinogenesis step(s) involving the AR pathway. However, because induction of neoplastic transformation, although less significant, was also seen in GATA3-silencing cells, the effect of AR activation on bladder cancer Cited by: (CANCER RESEARCH July I. ] Acrolein Initiates Rat Urinary Bladder Carcinogenesis1 Samuel M. Cohen,2 Emily M. Garland, Margaret St. John, Takehiko Okamura,3 and Raymond A. Smith.

      About this book Providing a concise, yet comprehensive, reference on all aspects of industrial exposures and toxicants; this book aids toxicologists, industrial hygienists, and occupational physicians to investigate workplace health problems.   Recurrence of bladder cancer in patients following initial tumor resection is a significant medical problem and the goal of this study was to employ the BBN-induced urinary bladder tumor model to determine the ability of tamoxifen to prevent carcinogenesis in female by:

    Bladder Tumors: Molecular Aspects and Clinical Management is a collection of comprehensive reviews on the state-of-the art basic science research and clinical management of bladder cancer. The book progresses from epidemiology of bladder cancer, molecular basis of bladder carcinogenesis, to standard and molecular aspects of bladder cancer. Bladder cancer mortality of workers exposed to aromatic amines: An updated analysis. for industrial and academic researchers; the book also serves as a valuable desktop reference for medical.


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Industrial bladder carcinogenesis. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Temkin, Izrailʹ Solomonovich. Industrial bladder carcinogenesis. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Izrail' Solomonovich Temkin; William J P Neish.

This book contains a complete clinical discussion of industrial bladder carcinogens, but lacks details of the environmental control of exposures. It emphasizes that electrocoagulation of benign bladder lesions may forestall the development of malignant changes, and that once malignant changes have occurred, the prognosis becomes poor.

INDUSTRIAL BLADDER CARCINOGENESIS. Full text. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).

Mechanisms of Chemical Carcinogenesis provides information pertinent to the fundamental mechanisms of chemical carcinogenesis. This book surveys the interactions of chemical carcinogens with native DNA, the activation of normal cellular sequences, and the transforming role of the activated Edition: 1.

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evolution and dissemination of scientific information on industrial bladder carcinogens Numerous reports of bladder cancer among European dye workers LO Report on bladder.

presence of a bladder carcinogen in the environment of a group of workers. The view, expressed by Temkin () in his book entitled Industrial Bladder Carcinogenesis (Pergamon; Oxford), that the screening of urine for abnormal cells, combined with cystoscopy where abnormal cells are present, improves the chances of.

The results indicate a fourfold increased risk in the development of bladder cancer among phenacetin abusers and point to the possibility of an independent occurrence of renal papillary necrosis and malignant growth in the bladder in phenacetin by: Most bladder cancer is quite managable, but it is the fourth leading cancer and nothing to fool around with.

This book will give you a solid background and help you understand the subtlties of the disease and the diagnostic tests, as well as management of your recovery.5/5(2). Maurice Zeegers, one of the world leading bladder cancer epidemiologists, and his co-authors set the record straight with this book on Diet and Fighting Bladder Cancer.

Their aim is to provide purely evidence-based information about the relationship between diet and bladder cancer/5(2). It is estimated that bladder cancer will cause 1, deaths in Canada in(70%) in males (National Cancer Institute of Canada, ). In the period the incidence of bladder cancer in Canada (rates perstandardized to the world standard population) was for men and for women (Band et al, ).

The heterotopic urinary bladder with a communicating reservoir is a potentially useful model for bladder carcinogenesis studies. To test whether such bladders will develop transitional cell carcinomas after chronic carcinogenic stimuli, 2 carcinogens, MNU and BCPN were instilled repeatedly into the reservoir connected with the heterotopic.

Chapter 4 Tabular summaries of potential industrial carcinogens and mutagens acrolein acrylonitrile Agency for Research alkylating agents allyl allyl chloride animals Anon assay benzene benzidine Biphenyls bladder Cancer Inst Cancer Res carcinogenesis carcinogenic Carcinogenic Risk CARCINOGENS AND MUTAGENS carcinomas About Google Books.

Abstract. As early as — long before any clues to the etiology of tumors in other organs were apparent — Rehn reported his observations of the increased occurrence of tumors of the urinary bladder in laborers who had daily contact with basic fuchsin over a long period.

He suspected a causal connection between aniline, nitrobenzol, toluidine, and basic fuchsin and the development of the Cited by: INTRODUCTION The long history of urinary bladder carcinogenesis has taken form through case histories of industrial bladder cancers [21], experimental cellular pathology [8], analytical epidemiology of industrial bladder cancer [2], experimental molecular pathology [3], biochemistry [20], case-control epidemiologic investigations [5,11,12,19 Cited by: Abstract.

In most populations, the occurrence of bladder cancer is 3–4 times more frequent in men than in women. 1 This reflects the more frequent exposure of men to tobacco-smoking and to occupations that imply contact with some chemicals, like aromatic amines, which are the two major recognized risk factors for bladder cancer.

2, 3, 4, 5Cited by:. Studies on urinary bladder cancer have underpinned that the urolith is one of the key factors in the carcinogenesis process when rodents are treated with thymine, melamine [1] and uracil [], all of which induce intrarenal crystal deposition/calculus formation. Fukushima et al.

[2] and Cohen et : Naoki Naoki Ashizawa, Takeo Shimo.Epidemiological studies of urinary bladder cancers began in with a study of excessive occurrence of bladder cancer among workers in the aniline dye industry, with aniline being an aromatic amine, with then accumulating evidence clearly pointing to the relationship between bladder cancer and certain industrial chemicals with known carcinogenic by:   In our search for new markers of urinary bladder carcinogenesis, we recently were attracted by the FGFR3, a member of the receptor tyrosine kinase family, with heparin glycosaminoglycan as an important cofactor (34).

Recently, FGFR3 mutations were found in >70% in non-invasive papillary urinary bladder carcinomas in humans (35).Cited by: