PMID: 6517712Nov 1, 1984

Renal and hepatic glutathione concentrations in rats after treatment with hexachloro-1,3-butadiene and citrinin

Archives of Toxicology
J M Baggett, W O Berndt

Abstract

Renal and hepatic glutathione (GSH) concentrations were examined after treatment of male Sprague-Dawley rats with hexachloro-1,3-butadiene (HCBD) or citrinin alone and in combination, and after pretreatment with the GSH depleting agent diethylmaleate (DEM). It was found that both renal and hepatic GSH depletion were greater when either citrinin or HCBD was given following DEM. The effect was particularly striking when the doses used were so low as to be ineffective when given alone. When HCBD and citrinin were given in combination, the effect on GSH was approximately additive. Renal tubular organic ion transport in kidney slices was also compromised significantly when either citrinin or HCBD followed pretreatment with DEM. With HCBD, depression of tetraethylammonium (TEA) transport was seen after DEM; when given alone HCBD had no effect on TEA transport.

Citations

Apr 1, 1990·Food and Chemical Toxicology : an International Journal Published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association·W DekantM W Anders
Mar 4, 2000·Applied and Environmental Microbiology·Hassan HajjajJean-Marie François
Mar 6, 2012·Journal of Food Science·Hassan HajjajP J Blanc
Jan 26, 2005·Journal of Applied Toxicology : JAT·Andrea TrevisanEdoardo Zanetti

Related Concepts

Hexachlorobutadiene
Diethyl maleate
Benzopyrans
Butadienes
Citrinin
Industrial fungicide
Reduced Glutathione
Kidney
Lactates
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