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Vinyl Carbamate Epoxide와 2'-(4-Nitrophenoxy)oxirane으로 유발된 돌연변이에 대한 친핵성 물질 및 해독작용 효소에 의한 억제

Other Titles
 Inhibition of Vinyl Carbamate Epoxide- and 2`-(4-Nitrophenoxy)oxirane-induced Mutagenicity by Various Nucleophilic Compounds and Detoxifying Enzymes 
Authors
 박광균  ;  이자현  ;  김혜원  ;  김종우  ;  김윤수 
Citation
 Environmental Mutagens and Carcinogens (한국 환경성돌연변이·발암원학회지), Vol.17(2) : 97-108, 1997 
Journal Title
 Environmental Mutagens and Carcinogens (한국 환경성돌연변이·발암원학회지) 
ISSN
 1225-6307 
Issue Date
1997
Abstract
The drugs or xenobiotics introduced to the body, are detoxified through the process of biotransformation in the body. In this process, most of the insoluble compounds become more polar, soluble and easily excretable. But, parts of introduced materials are metabolized to highly reactive electrophilic carcinogens through activation pathways. These metabolites are toxic and can react with DNA, RNA and proteins which are nucleophilic compounds. The objective of this study is to illustrate the aleactivation pathways of two highly reactive epoxide compounds, vinyl carbamate epoxide (VCO) and 2'-(4-nitrophenoxy)oxirane (NPO). They are the ultimate electrophilic carcinogens of ethyl carbamate(urethane) and 4-nitrophenyl vinyl ether, respectively. In this research, we studied the inhibition of the mutagenic activities of VCO or NPO by nuchieophiles [glutahione(GSH) and N-acetylcysteine(NAC)], detoxifying enzymes[epoxide hydrolase and glutathione-S-transferase(GST)] and intracellular organelles (microsomes and cytosol). In addition we also tested the suppression of DNA adducts formation by GSH and NAC. The results are summerized as follow. 1. The microsomes and cytosol which contain epoxide hydrolase and GST, respectively, decreased the mutagenicity of VCO (74% and 95%, respecfivel), and NPO (35% and 93%, respectively). The nucleophilic GSH and NAC decreased the mutagenicity by 86% (VCO) and 80% (NPO), 76% (VCO) and 40% (NPO), respectively. 2. The purified epoxide hydrolase decreased the mutagenicity of two epoxides in a dose-dependent manner, and GSH also decreased the mutagenicity in the presence of GST. 3. Formation of two DNA adducts, 7-(2'-oxoethyi)guanine (OEG) and N2,3-ethenoguanine(EG), were compared in the presence of calf thymus DNA and epoxide (VCO or NPO) in vitro system. The amounts of DNA adducts were decreased in the presence of GSH (25% and 29% in VCO, 32% and 29% in NPO), and NAC (14% and 16% in VCO, 21% and 11% in NPO), respectively. From these results, it is concluded that the ultimate carcinogenic metabolites, VCO and NPO, can be made in the body, but much of them may be inactivated and detoxified by the nucleophilic GSH, NAC and detoxifying enzymes (epoxide hydrolase and GST). Therefore, by these mechanism, the formation of DNA adducts and mutagenic activities of these two epoxides may be lowered in vivo.
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Yonsei Authors
Park, Kwang Kyun(박광균)
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/177297
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