|别名||苯纯度分析标准物质 安息油,净苯 动力苯 纯苯 溶液苯 困净苯;Benzene Benzol Phenyl hydride Cyclohexatriene Coalnaphtha;Phene|
Molecular docking is widely used to predict novel lead compounds for drug discovery. Success depends on the quality of the docking scoring function, among other factors. An imperfect scoring function ...Read More
Analysis of BTEX groundwater concentrations from surface spills associated with hydraulic fracturing operations.
Concerns have arisen among the public regarding the potentialfor drinking-water contamination from the migration of methane gas and hazardous chemicals associated with hydraulic fracturing and horizon...Read More
Plants as bio-indicators of subsurface conditions: impact of groundwater level on BTEX concentrations in trees.
Numerous studies have demonstrated trees' ability to extract and translocate moderately hydrophobic contaminants, and sampling trees for compounds such as BTEX can help delineate plumes in the fi...Read More
Measurement of BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethybenzene, and xylene) levels at urban and semirural areas of Algiers City using passive air samplers.
The study presents the levels of air pollution by aromatic organic compounds BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, o-, m-, and p-xylenes) in the city of Algiers. The sampling was carried out using Rad...Read More
[Biomarkers of occupational and environmental exposure to benzene and styrene determinated by LC-MS/MS].
Based on the studies performed a sensitive and simple method for the determination of benzene and styrene metabolites in urine has been developed. The developed procedure can be used for biological mo...Read More
Effect of benzene, toluene, xylene on the semen quality and the function of accessory gonad of exposed workers.
The effects on semen and the function of accessory gonad of workers after short and long term exposure to benzene, toluene, and xylene were examined. The semen and blood of 24 married workers exposed ...Read More
QSPR modeling of octanol/water partition coefficient for vitamins by optimal descriptors calculated with SMILES
Simplified molecular input line entry system (SMILES) has been utilized in constructing quantitative structure-property relationships (QSPR) for octanol/water partition coefficient of vitamins and org...Read More
Air to lung partition coefficients for volatile organic compounds and blood to lung partition coefficients for volatile organic compounds and drugs
Values of in vitro gas to lung partition coefficients, K"l"u"n"g, of VOCs have been collected from the literature. For 44 VOCs, application of the Abraham solvation equation to log...Read More
Convenient QSAR model for predicting the complexation of structurally diverse compounds with @b-cyclodextrins
This paper reports a QSAR study for predicting the complexation of a large and heterogeneous variety of substances (233 organic compounds) with @b-cyclodextrins (@b-CDs). Several different theoretical...Read More
Monitoring of benzene, toluene and xylenes (BTEX) was conducted along with traffic counts at 17 roadside sites in urban areas of HoChiMinh. Toluene was the most abundant substance, followed by p,m-xyl...Read More
[The influence of bacterial autoregulation molecules (homoserine lactones and alkyloxybenzoles) on oxidative metabolism of the natural immunity cellular effectors].
Benzene-induced changes in hematological parameters and urinary trans, trans-muconic acid among gasoline station workers.
The genotoxicity of benzoquinone (BQ), a toxic benzene metabolite, is greatly enhanced by the presence of fetal calf serum (FCS) in the incubation medium. The FCS effect is abolished by heat denaturat...Read More
Benzene is one of the target compounds to be removed from air owing to its carcinogenicity. In this study, benzene oxidation with ozone over a MnOx/KIT-6 catalyst was carried out for the first time. M...Read More
Absorption, metabolism, and disposition of 1,3-diphenyl-1-triazene in rats and mice after oral, i.v., and dermal administration.
1,3-Diphenyl-1-triazene (DPT) is used in the synthesis of polymers and dyes, and has been found as an impurity in the color additives D&C Red 33 and FD&C Yellow 5. [(14)C]DPT, randomly labeled...Read More
Adsorptive removal of bisphenol-A from water with a metal-organic framework, a porous chromium-benzenedicarboxylate.
Adsorptive removal of bisphenol-A (BPA) using a MOF, Cr-benzenedicarboxylate (MIL-53), has been studied to understand the applicability of MOFs for the removal of hazardous endocrine disturbing chemic...Read More
Catalytic activity and structure properties of doped VOHPO4 x 0.5H2O with nanosized Ru, Au, Fe and Mn in benzene hydroxylation.
The promotional effect of nanosized Ru, Fe, Au, and Mn particles on VOHPO4 x 0.5H2O (VHP) catalytic properties was investigated in benzene hydroxylation reaction using hydrogen hydroperoxide (H2O2) as...Read More
Phenol formation by gamma radiolysis of an aqueous benzene solution containing sodium hypochlorite is reported. The phenol formation in a benzene solution containing sodium hypochlorite irradiated wit...Read More
In this study, the effects of two variable parameters, namely the extractives and filler loading level, on the physical properties of composites were examined. Composites based on high density polyeth...Read More
Benzene is an established cause of human leukemia that is thought to act by producing chromosomal aberrations and altered in cell differentiation. In several recent studies increased levels of chromos...Read More
Authors' response to comments on Petty et al. (2011), "a quantitative method for estimating dermal benzene absorption from benzene containing hydrocarbon liquids," IJOEH, 17:287-300 by Pamela R.D. Williams, Jennifer Sahmel, Annette
We evaluated genotoxic effects of exposure to low levels of benzene, a class I human carcinogen, among gasoline station attendants (GSA). Oxidative stress and the protective effects of antioxidants on...Read More
Letter to the editor in response to 'Low-dose metabolism of benzene in humans: science and obfuscation' Rappaport et al. (2013).
Modeling the temperature dependent interfacial tension between organic solvents and water using dissipative particle dynamics.
The interfacial tension between organic solvents and water at different temperatures is predicted using coarse-grained, mesoscopic Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD) simulations. The temperature effe...Read More
A computational study investigating the effects of the aromatic substitution pattern on the structure and binding energies of cation-π sandwich complexes is reported. The correlation between the bind...Read More
A first-time account of direct, on-line, instantaneous and efficient chemical conversion of gas phase benzene to methane in argon Dielectric Barrier Discharge (DBD) is presented. In the absence of ano...Read More
Analysis of trace contaminants in hot gas streams using time-weighted average solid-phase microextraction: Proof of concept.
Time-weighted average (TWA) passive sampling using solid-phase microextraction (SPME) and gas chromatography was investigated as a new method of collecting, identifying and quantifying contaminants in...Read More
Comments on Petty et al. (2011), "A quantitative method for estimating dermal benzene absorption from benzene-containing hydrocarbon liquids," IJOEH, 17:287-300.
Three novel planar and star-shaped molecules containing thiophene-functionalized group and acetylenic spacers, 4-((5″-iodo-[2,2':5',2″-terthiophen]-5-yl)ethynyl)aniline (I3TEA), 4,4'...Read More
Aromaticity is a fundamental concept with implications spanning all the chemical sciences. Hückel's (4n+2)π-electron rule is the standard criterion to determine aromaticity and it applies well ...Read More
1,3,5-Trisubstituted benzenes as fluorescent photoaffinity probes for human carbonic anhydrase II capture.
The synthesis of small molecule based 1,3,5-trisubstituted benzenes for photo-mediated capture of human carbonic anhydrase II with visualisation by fluorescence is described....Read More
Abstract A framework of "Common Criteria" (i.e. a series of questions) has been developed to inform the use and evaluation of biomonitoring data in the context of human exposure and risk a...Read More
Personal exposure to benzene of selected population groups and impact of commuting modes in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.
Personal exposure to benzene of selected population groups, and impacts of traffic on commuters in Ho?Chi Minh City were investigated. The study was carried out in June, July and November 2010. The?pr...Read More
Microsomal epoxide hydrolase (EPHX1) polymorphisms are associated with aberrant promoter methylation of ERCC3 and hematotoxicity in benzene-exposed workers.
Benzene is an important industrial chemical and widespread environmental pollutant known to induce leukemia and other blood disorders. To be carcinogenic, benzene must be metabolized to produce toxic ...Read More
Leachate monitoring data from a closed municipal solid waste (MSW) landfill with negligible gas production showed increasing iron, alkalinity and benzene levels over time. Due to significant rain wate...Read More
Estimation of relative reaction rate of hydroxy radical with poly-hydroxy benzenes: ESR spin trapping combined with UV-A photolysis.
The reaction of the hydroxy radical with thymidine and poly-hydroxy benzenes; i.e., catechol, resorcinol, hydroquinone, and pyrogallol, was studied by ESR spin trapping combined with the UV-A photolys...Read More
The occupational airborne exposure to benzene of 150 workers employed in petrol stations and a refinery plant was assessed using personal sampling pumps. All workers provided blood samples after the e...Read More
NTP Technical Report on the metabolism, toxicity and predicted carcinogenicity of diazoaminobenzene (CAS No. 136-35-6).
Diazoaminobenzene is used as an intermediate, complexing agent, and polymer additive. It is also an impurity in certain color additives used in cosmetics, food products, and pharmaceuticals. Diazoamin...Read More
Benzene is a colorless poisonous liquid with a sweet odor. At present, it is documented as a known inducer of leukemia. Potential metabolic mechanisms underlying the hemopoietic toxicity of benzene in...Read More
Hematotoxicity following chronic benzene exposure has been recognized for over a century, although the mechanism remains unknown. We describe a novel form of bone marrow dysplasia in 23 workers expose...Read More
Bio-effect monitoring using a [^1^5N]methacetin test as diagnostic tool to monitor remediation effects in an industrially polluted region
The classical way to demonstrate the efficiency of remediation is measuring the reduction of toxic compounds in the environment. Nevertheless, more important is the risk reduction in human health. To ...Read More
Benzene is both an environmental pollutant and a component of cigarette smoke, gasoline, and automotive emissions. Although occupational exposure to benzene has been shown to cause blood disorders and...Read More
Decreased levels of CXC-chemokines in serum of benzene-exposed workers identified by array-based proteomics.
Benzene is an important industrial chemical and environmental contaminant that causes leukemia. To obtain mechanistic insight into benzene's mechanism of action, we examined the impact of benzene...Read More
Risk of low red or white blood cell count related to estimated benzene exposure in a rubberworker cohort (1940-1975)
This study evaluated the relationship between benzene exposure and low white blood cell (WBC) and red blood cell (RBC) counts. Hematologic screening data collected over a 35 year period at a rubber hy...Read More
Benzene is a well-established hematotoxin. However, reports of its effects on specific blood cells have been somewhat inconsistent and the relative toxicity of benzene metabolites on peripheral blood ...Read More
[Studies on relationship between exposure to low concentration of mixed benzene and lower quality of semen and very early fetal loss].
To study the effects of exposure to low concentration of mixed benzene on their semen quality and very early fetal loss (VEFL) in the occupational population....Read More
In vitro conjugation of benzene metabolites by human liver: potential influence of interindividual variability on benzene toxicity.
In addition to industrial sources, benzene is present in the environment as a component of cigarette smoke and automobile emissions. Toxicity of benzene most likely results from oxidative metabolism o...Read More