ABAH

AcronymDefinition
ABAH4-Aminobenzoic Acid Hydrazide
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For experiments with ABAH or methionine, cells were pretreated and exposed as described above.
For experiments with ABAH or methionine, cells were pretreated as described above and then exposed to BT for 1 hr or 4 hr at 37[degrees]C in 5% [CO.
Although ABAH inhibited the BT-induced increase of HOC1 and *OH, it further increased the generation of [O.
Although catalase, methionine, and ABAH inhibited these increases (Figure 3C), the levels of halogenated DNA were still higher than those in control cells.
To investigate the mechanism of MPO-mediated apoptosis in HL-60 cells, we co-incubated HL-60 cells with BT and caralase or pretreated cells with ABAH or methionine, and then exposed them to BT.
28) ABAH, Correspondencia comercial (1857-1859), octubre 14 de 1857 a Paris; octubre 14 de 1857, a Londres; octubre 28 de 1857, Londres; noviembre 18 de 1857, Londres; diciembre 4 de 1857, Paris; marzo 21 de 1858, Londres; marzo 21 de 1858, Paris; abril de 1858, Paris; julio 20 de 1858, La Habana; enero 7 de 1859, Londres; enero 7 de 1859, Paris; mayo 21 de 1859, Londres; septiembre 7 de 1859, Londres; septiembre 7 de 1859, Paris.
9] Nonstandard abbreviations: CGD, chronic granulomatous disease; ROI, reactive oxygen intermediate; MPO, myeloperoxidase; DHR, cytometric dihydrorhodamine 123; SHA, salicylhydroxamic acid; ABAH, 4-aminobenzoylhydrazide; PMA, phorbol-myristate-acetate; mAb, monoclonal antibody; LCL, lucigenin-enhanced chemiluminescence.