EROD

AcronymDefinition
ERODEducation Resource Organizations Directory
EROD7-Ethoxyresorufin O-Dealkylase (biomonitoring enzyme)
ERODElectronic Record of Deposit (pending tranfer)
ERODEarly Return of Dependents
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BP exposure caused the EROD levels to double, when compared with the unexposed controls.
In previous analysis, both RT-PCR and EROD activity were used as markers of activity within the liver.
MFO was then determined in the fish liver cells by measuring the EROD activity.
In view of the equal or greater orientation of the 1990 CRP to water quality protection, which is not always geographically correlated with soil conservation, the lack of strong positive correlation between EROD and CRP90 is not surprising.
It has been reported that EROD activity is the catalytic monitor of CYP1A1 since CYP1A1 preferentially metabolises ethoxyresorufin into resorufin [42, 43].
Gonad size, liver size, hepatic EROD activity and plasma sex steroid levels in white sucker.
Tanshinone IIA selectively inhibited CYPlA-catalysed EROD and MROD activities in rat liver microsomes, without affecting other P450-catalysed oxidations such as benzo(a)pyrene, tolbutamide, chlorzoxazone and nifedipine, which are substrates for CYP2E1, 2C and 3A (Ueng et al.
We used tissue and plasma concentrations to determine dose-response relationships of hepatic EROD activity and gene expression of Cyp1a1, 1b1, and 1a2 in liver and PBLs [see Supplemental Material, Figure S1 (http:// dx.
We measured CYP1A activity using the in vitro EROD assay in larval microsomes as described by Willett et al.
It has been demonstrated that both the commercial mixtures and BDE-47 congener induced phase I EROD (ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylase) and PROD (pentoxyresorufin-O-deethylase) and phase II metabolic enzyme activity (uridinediphosphate-glucuronosyltransferase) (Carlson 1980; Hallgren and Darnerud 1998; von Meyerinck et al.