- Inhibition of human DNA topoisomerase II by hydroquinone and p-benzoquinone, reactive metabolites... Hutt, Anna M.; Kalf, George F. // Environmental Health Perspectives Supplements;Dec96 Supplement 6, Vol. 104, p1265
Investigates whether hydroquinone and p-benzoquinone are topo II inhibitors. Effect of hydroquinone and p-benzoquinone on the electrophoretic mobility of the various species of KDNA; Topo II-mediated DNA cleavage-religation reaction; Enzyme preparation.
- Correction. // Dermatology Times;Nov2007, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p19
A correction to the article about hydroquinone alternatives that was published in the July 2007 issue of "Dermatology Times" is presented.
- hydroquinone. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1107
A definition of the medical term "hydroquinone," which refers to a metabolite of benzene, sometimes topically applied to the skin, is presented.
- Induction of granulocytic differentiation in a mouse model by benzene and hydroquinone. Hazel, Betsy A.; O'Connor, Annette // Environmental Health Perspectives Supplements;Dec96 Supplement 6, Vol. 104, p1257
Investigates whether benzene or its reactive metabolite, hydroquinone, affects differentiation of myeloblasts. Culture of cells and exposure to hydroquinone; Signal transduction; Stimulation of granulocytic differentiation in mice by benzene and hydroquinone.
- Q/Will ubiquinol really give me more energy? // Shape;Oct2013, p121
The article provides answer to the question of boost up of energy with the help of ubiquinol.
- Catalytic oxidation of 2-ethyl-5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-9,10-anthrahydroquinone. Kurc, L.; Vopravil, V.; Cerveny, L. // Research on Chemical Intermediates;2001, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p249
Catalytic oxidation rate of 2-ethyl-5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-9,10-anthrahydroquinone (ETHAHQ) using oxygen in a stirred reactor was studied. It was found that NaOH and some amines exhibit catalytic properties suitable for this oxidation. In the presence of NaOH with its amountof-substance...
- Hypothesis: Phenol and hydroquinone derived mainly from diet and gastrointestinal flora activity are causal factors in leukemia. McDonald, T A; Holland, N T; Skibola, C; Duramad, P; Smith, M T // Leukemia (08876924);Jan2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p10
High background levels of phenol and hydroquinone are present in the blood and urine of virtually all individuals, but vary widely. Phenol and hydroquinone have been strongly implicated in producing leukemia associated with benzene exposure, because they reproduce the hematotoxicity of benzene,...
- Exogenous Ochronosis: An Update on Clinical Features, Causative Agents and Treatment Options. Levin, C.Y.; Maibach, H. // American Journal of Clinical Dermatology;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p213
Exogenous ochronosis is clinically and histologically similar to its endogenous counterpart; however, it exhibits no systemic effects and is not an inherited disorder. It is characterized by an asymptomatic hyperpigmentation of the face, sides and back of the neck, back, and extensor surfaces of...
- Host-guest interactions in an organic crystal: Î²-hydroquinone clathrate with Ne and HF guests. Hermansson, Kersti // Journal of Chemical Physics;1/8/2000, Vol. 112 Issue 2
Host-guest, guest-guest, and host-host interactions in the Î²-hydroquinone clathrate crystal have been calculated from periodic and cluster-type ab initio calculations. The potential energy surfaces for the positions of the enclosed guest molecules in the cage have also been studied. The host...