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Differential inhibition of esterase isozymes by organophosphorus compounds.

Differential inhibition of esterase isozymes by organophosphorus compounds.

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Isoenzymes.,
  • Organophosphorous compounds.

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    Paginationp. 390-392 :
    Number of Pages392
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    Open LibraryOL18605092M

    The Virtual Health Library is a collection of scientific and technical information sources in health organized, and stored in electronic format in the countries of the Region of Latin America and the Caribbean, universally accessible on the Internet and compatible with international databases. C=O is a potent inhibitor and P=O is a moderate inhibitor of these enzymes, while MP=O is a poor inhibitor (Chambers et al., ). The differential sensitivity of the carboxylesterases to these three compounds reflects the ChE inhibition observed at 2 h.

    Modern farming techniques have increased the crop yield, but natural habitats of the pollinator were destroyed, affecting their populations compared to native vegetation. A simple, low-cost, and efficient way to determine the presence of insecticide residues from farming is the honeybee as a bioindicator. However in Brazil, there is another species of bee, the stingless bees.   Key words. Esterase status, blood esterases, organophosphorus compounds, human, rodents 1. Introduction Much attention has been given in the field of organophosphorus compounds (OPCs) toxicology to the development of biomarkers to be used as indicators of exposure, health effects and susceptibility.

      Alzheimer disease is a multifactorial pathology and the development of new multitarget neuroprotective drugs is promising and attractive. We synthesized a group of original compounds, which combine in one molecule γ-carboline fragment of dimebon and phenothiazine core of methylene blue (MB) linked by 1-oxo- and 2-hydroxypropylene spacers. (). Cholinesterase inhibition in spider mites susceptible and resistant to organophosphate. (). Chromosomal organisation of the amplified esterase BI gene in organophosphate-resistant Culex pipiens qinquefasciatus Say (Diptera: Culicidae). (). Cloning and analysis of a cdna-encoding a human fiver carboxylesterase. ().


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J Histochem Cytochem. Jun;19(6) Differential inhibition of esterase isozymes by organophosphorus compounds. Choudhury SR, Lundy by: 9. Abstract. Undecyl acetate esterase from Pseudomonas cepacia grown on 2-tridecanone was strongly inhibited by organophosphates and other esterase inhibitors.

Also, p-chloromercuribenzoate at 1 × 10 −4 M showed a 70% inhibition of esterase activity. The enzyme hydrolyzed both aliphatic and aromatic acetate esters at substrate concentrations of by:   1. Five esterase isozymes were found from soluble extracts of Anopheles punctipennis.

Each of the isozymes exhibited a differential specificity depending on the type of inhibitor used. The A and B loci were characterized as specific cholinesterases based on the response to treatment with a variety of organophosphates and carbamates Cited by: Delayed Neurotoxicity of Organophosphorus Compounds.

Organophosphorus compounds (OPs) have diverse effects on the PNS and CNS due to their ability to inhibit acetylcholinesterase and/or neurotoxic esterase.

Inhibition of acetylcholinesterase produces the. The differential inhibition of the target esterases acetylcholinesterase (AChE) and neuropathy target esterase (NTE, neurotoxic esterase) by organophosphorus compounds (OPs) is followed by distinct neurological consequences in exposed by: Inhibition and aging of neuropathy target esterase (NTE) by neuropathic organophosphorus (OP) compounds triggers OP compound-induced delayed neuropathy (OPIDN), whereas inhibition of.

Tissue CE are important targets for OP compounds in vivo and their inhibition does not have toxic physiological consequence but may afford protection by binding the OPs (Nousiainen, ).

It is not clearly known if there is any specific isozyme sensitive to OPs or is there any differential susceptibility of the isozymes to structurally. Interpretation of the mechanism of acetylcholinesterase inhibition ability by organophosphorus compounds through a new conformational descriptor.

an experimental and theoretical study. Journal of Molecular Modeling14 (9), Organophosphorus compounds (OP compounds) are toxic, because they can inhibit the acetylcholine esterase in central nervous system of human and animals.

OP compounds are extensively used for. After i.v. injection of C-BNPP, an inhibitor of unspecific carboxylesterases. the distribution of radioactivity as a function of survival time (5 min up to 3 days) is investigated by whole body autoradiography (rats of either sex).

There are two phases: The first one is unspecific and mainly determined by the degree of blood perfusion of the organs; the second, specific phase becomes. Organophosphorus compounds (OPs) are pesticides due to their acute insecticidal effects mediated by the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase, although other esterases as neuropathy target esterase.

Child JJ, Oka T, Simpson FJ, Krishnamurty HG. Purification and properties of a phenol carboxylic acid acyl esterase from Aspergillus flavus. Can J Microbiol. Nov; 17 (11)– Choudhury SR, Lundy AM.

Differential inhibition of esterase isozymes by organophosphorus compounds. J Histochem Cytochem. Jun; 19 (6)–   Exposure to organophosphorus (OP) compounds can lead to serious neurological damage or death. Following bioactivation by the liver cytochromes P, the OP metabolites produced are potent inhibitors of serine active-site enzymes including esterases, proteases and lipases.

OPs may form adducts on other cellular proteins. Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) () belongs to the very large group of enzymes called hydrolases, defined as enzymes which split substrates by the introduction of the elements of hydrolases which split acetylcholine are called cholinesterases; they catalyze the reaction.

Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on ISOZYMES. Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on ISOZYMES. Organophosphate poisoning is poisoning due to organophosphates (OPs).

Organophosphates are used as insecticides, medications, and nerve agents. Symptoms include increased saliva and tear production, diarrhea, vomiting, small pupils, sweating, muscle tremors, and confusion. While onset of symptoms is often within minutes to hours, some symptoms can take weeks to appear.

Inhibition pattern of a- and b-esterases showed that Folidol is a more potent inhibitor that Malathion, while Thiamethoxan (an insecticide with organophosphorus-like action) acts as an Est-4 and Est-6 inhibitor and induces the appearance of Est-5 and Est-7 isozymes as more intensely stained bands.

Inhibition tests showed that OPC insecticides. Purification and identification of PMPMEase as a serine esterase led us to hypothesize that it might be susceptible to inhibition by irreversible inhibitors of serine hydrolases.

Its susceptibility to such serine hydrolase inhibitors as chloromethyl ketones, organophosphorus compounds and PMSF has been demonstrated [ 1, 6, 8 ].

The activities of acetylcholinesterase and esterase isozymes a and b from the decapitated body remained uninhibited in both strains.

Inhibition of isozymes d1 and d2 seems to be more important in. Abstract. The growing threat of international terrorism brings with it new scenarios for disaster. For example, in the case of toxic organophosphorus compounds (OPs), it possible for terrorists to use known agents or inadvertently to produce highly toxic OPs of unknown structure as the result of attacks on chemical plants or stockpiles of pesticides and other chemicals.

The distribution of cholinesterases hydrolysing acetyl- and butyrylthiocholine in the brain and thoracic ganglion of Musca domestica L. was examined histochemically in untreated flies, and in flies poisoned with diazinon (O,O-diethyl 0–2–isopropyl–4–methyl–6–pyrimidinyl phosphorothioate) of both susceptible and resistant strains.

The inhibition of cholinesterase after poisoning.Organophosphorus (OP) pesticides show a wide range of toxicity in mammals (for review see Pope, ). OP toxicants generally elicit their effects by inhibition of acetylcholinesterase (AChE; EC ), which leads to accumulation of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) in synapses, overstimulation of postsynaptic cholinergic receptors, and consequent signs of neurotoxicity (Aldridge.Allelic variation was detected at two of the esterase loci.

On the basis of electrophoretic mobility, substrate specificity, inhibitor specificity, genetic variation, and ontogeny of esterases, there appear to be at least 15 different esterase isozymes, which constitute 6–8 groups, each of which is probably encoded in one or more genetic loci.