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Validation studies in animals insights into Parkinsons disease and aging

From specific brain regions were isolated from 22-day-old or 1-year-old mice (n 6) and subjected to QPCR for mitochondrial DNA or clusterin, a nuclear gene. Lesions 10kb for the one year old animals as compared to the 22-day animals, are plotted for substantia nigra (SN), caudate nucleus (CN), and cerebellum (CE) in black for mitochondrial DNA and gray for nuclear DNA (+S.E.M.). Negative lesions would indicate that the 22-day animals had more damage than the older animals. Student's T-test was used to determine the significant differences, where P < 0.05 *, P < 0.01 ** (From Mandavilli, B.S., Ali, S.F., and Van Hauten, B., Brain Research, 885, 45-52, 2000. With permission.) During the late 1970s it was discovered that a byproduct of underground Demerol synthesis, (MPTP) leads to marked depletion of dopaminergic neurons in rodent and human brains leading to a rapid and irreversible onset of Parkinsonian-like symptoms. MPTP is converted to MPP+ by monoamine oxidase in glial cells...

Environmental agents and Parkinsons Disease

The cause of Parkinson's Disease (PD) is thought to have a strong environmental component. The strength of this argument has increased significantly in the last few years. Langston and colleagues28 discovered that a synthetic chemical or MPTP), formed as a byproduct in elicit drug manufacture, was the cause of PD-like tremors in young individuals in a south San Francisco neighborhood in the early 1980s. These observations showed for the first time that a chemical could induce a PD-like syndrome. Subsequent studies proved that MPTP causes symptoms resembling PD in several animal models. Genetic linkage studies also support the idea that an environmental agent(s) can cause PD studies of monozygotic and dizygotic twin pairs showed unequivocally that PD with onset after 50 years of age does not have a significant hereditary component.29 In contrast, PD with onset before age 50 is likely to have a strong hereditary component.29 Several environmental chemicals have been implicated in PD....

Parkinsonism following chronic inhalation

A 49 year old female worked for 20 years in a leather product company. After this time she continued to work at home for a further 11 years until the onset of illness. At home the working environment was unprotected and uncontrolled. She used two glues one used daily (containing n-hexane 85.5 ) and the other used twice weekly (containing n-hexane 49 , acetone 5 , ethyl acetate 9 , trichloroethylene 7 and 1,2-dichloropropane 5 ). She first developed rapidly progressing disease with severe akinesia, moderate hypertonia, mild parkinsonism and tremor in May and stopped using n-hexane products in November. Fourteen months after this she was confined to a wheelchair. Treatment with levodopa initially gave a good response but became less effective after a few weeks and dyskinesias were evident. However, she responded well to apomorphine. Homovanillic acid in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) was reduced this is consistent with findings in other Parkinsonian patients. Electromyelography revealed...

Palladium Catalysis for the Treatment of Contaminated Waters A Review

Abstract The widespread contamination of waters by halogenated and unsaturated hydrocarbons (e.g. solvents and pesticides) has spurred the investigation of a number of remediation technologies. Treatment via reductive dehalogenation and hydrogenation with Pd catalysts shows promise, offering a number of advantages over other processes. First, a broad range of compounds are reducible in aqueous solution at ambient temperatures by Pd catalysts halogenated alkanes, ethylenes, and aromatics PAHs formate carbonate and oxidized nitrogen species. In addition, the halogenated compounds generally react to form the corresponding simple alkanes (or completely dehalogenated aromatics in the case of the halogenated aromatics), with few halogenated intermediates, if any. Finally, reactions are generally extremely rapid, which allows small, in-well reactors. This paper discusses each of these advantages in more detail, as well as some of the challenges encountered in the field. Topics include (i)...

Debrisoquinesparteine oxidation CYP2D6

CYP2D6 is now known to metabolize more than 72 drugs19 but few environmental pollutants. Numerous epidemiological studies, associating the CYP2D6 allelic differences with toxicity and cancer, however, have been reported. MPTP (N- methyl-4-phenyl-1,1,3,6- tetra-hydropyridine, formed as a byproduct during the illegal drug synthesis of a meperidine analog), and similar addictive compounds, can cause Parkinsonian tremors in humans MPTP inhibits CYP2D6-mediated metabolism in vitro. Individuals having the PM phenotype also appear to have a twofold to 2.5-fold increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease. The EM phenotype appears to be correlated with an increased incidence of tumors in the bladder, liver, pharynx, and stomach, and especially in cigarette smoking-induced lung cancer. These

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Duces in limbic structures such as the hippocampus.63 We have also shown that the early increase in PBR expression is associated with microglia activation, while the later response appears to be primarily related to astrocytes.49 A similar effect as with TMT was observed with domoic acid, another neurotoxicant that damages limbic structures.47 In this case, PBR levels are increased prior to any indication of seizure-induced neuronal cell loss. On the other hand, the PBR response is increased much more rapidly in the striatum and substantia nigra of animals exposed to the dopaminergic neu-rotoxicant MPTP, and the response is dose-dependent.48 MPTP is a neurotoxicant that produces degeneration of dopaminergic terminal fields in the striatum and cell bodies in the substantia nigra. The PBR response to MPTP neurotoxicity appears to persist in the dorsal aspects of the striatum and in the substantia nigra, but it is transient in the ventral aspects of the striatum, possibly reflecting...

Effects on Human Health

In industry, agriculture and public health work places. Therefore, a large number of people may have been in contact with such toxic compounds on a broad-spectrum (Aprea et al. 2002). Poisoning with pesticides is a global health problem and accounts for deaths worldwide. Exposure to organophosphate compounds inhibits acetylcholinesterase resulting in acute toxicity. Intermediate syndrome can be developed and may lead to respiratory paralysis and death. Immunotoxic and genotoxic responses have been observed in animals and humans after exposure to organophos-phates which could lead to the development of cancer (Galloway and Handy 2003). Glyphosate is a broad-spectrum non-selective herbicide and levels of cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of glyphosate occurring in mammalian cells suggests that its mechanism of action is not limited only to plant cells (Monroy et al. 2005). Pesticides can also cause neurotoxic effects as those insecticides, which kill insects by damaging their nervous...

Impact of Mussel Consumption to Human Health 9441 Beneficial Effects If Mussel Consumption

Since pollutant metals are non-biodegradable inorganic chemicals which cannot be metabolized and do not break down into harmless forms, Kromhout et al. (1985), the measurement of their concentration in mussel soft tissue has become increasingly significant. Accumulation of toxic metals to above permissible limits in M. galloprovincialis would certainly create a notorious food image from the public health point of view, as it is well known that chronic exposure to pollutant metals, such as Cu, Pb and Zn, is associated with Parkinson's disease and the metals might act alone or together over time to cause the disease, as well as other health problems, Gorell et al. (1997). Zn appears to have a protective effect against the toxicities of Cd and Pb and its toxicity is rare, Sivaperumal et al. (2007). As(V) causes damage to the heart and blood vessels cells, Luong and Rabkin (2009). A link between traditional food sources high in Cd and diabetes has been postulated in Australian Aborigines,...

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While significant advances in Pt Rh three-way catalyst (TWC) formulations have been accomplished, the use of Pd-containing catalysts for three-way emission control are of interest for overall noble metal cost reduction, lower Rh usage, and potential durability improvements. Applications of Pd are demonstrated for replacement of Pt in conventional Pt Rh TWC systems, for use in Pd-only three-way catalysts and for lowering methanol and formaldehyde emissions at close-coupled locations on a methanol-fueled vehicle. The individual contributions of Pt, Pd and Rh for aged three-way performance indicate significant advantages of using Pd over Pt. A comparison of vehicle system control strategies illustrates that higher system temperatures significantly lower HC emissions, while air fuel control strategies are most critical in lowering NOx emissions. number of problems connected with Pd usage. These included alloy formation Figure 6. Effect of Rh content in Pd Rh catalysts on NOx conversions...

Effects of Earthworms on the Soil

Earthworms feed by absorbing either soil particles with low nutritive value or organic matter with higher nutritive quality (MacKay and Kladivko 1985 Parmelee et al. 1990). Hence, the soil organic carbon status and carbon mineralization rate can change considerably (Hendrix et al. 1987). Earthworm activities increase the organic carbon pool in soils with medium or insufficient organic matter, whereas they enhance the content of easily mineralizable organic compounds in organic matter rich soils (Scheu and Parkinson 1994). The C N ratio of an earthworm cast is much more lower than that of the surrounding soil, which leads to the rapid mineralization of organic compounds in casts.

Mitochondrial DNA damage as a biomarker of oxidative stress

Mitochondrial Gene Panel

These observations have lead to two working hypotheses increased divalent metal ions in mitochondria produce more mtDNA damage and damaged mitochondria can generate ROS and lead to a vicious cycle of damage, which even in the presence of an active DNA repair system results in persistent mtDNA damage. These hypotheses provide a paradigm for the molecular aspects of many chronic diseases associated with aging, such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease discussed in more detail below.

Nitrogen Mineralization Nitrification Denitrification and N2 Fixation

Nitrification is assumed to be a more sensitive measure than N mineralization because a less diverse group of bacteria, ammonia oxidizers and nitrifiers, are involved in this process (Visser and Parkinson 1992). N mineralization and nitrification are normally in a state of equilibrium. In the presence of contaminants, this balance may be disturbed the nitrifying population is more sensitive to this due to its smaller size. Smolder et al. (2001) were among those to use the potential nitrification rate test (PNR) to identify metal toxicity in field-contaminated soils, and they concluded that the PNR is sensitive to metal stress. However, they pointed out that its power as a bioindicator is rather low because of the high variability of the endpoint for uncontaminated soils.

Mode of action

Dithiocarbamate formed by the reactions of carbon disulphide with amines can chelate the divalent cations of copper and zinc and inhibit critical metabolic enzymes such as dopamines-hydroxylase (McKenna, 1977 Bus, 1985 BUA, 1991). Dopamine-P-hydroxylase contains copper and this metalloenzyme is inhibited by carbon disulphide, resulting in a build up of dopamine, which leads to the Parkinson-like features seen in carbon disulphide toxicity. Although the toxicological consequences of the changes in nerve copper concentrations have not been fully identified, altered metalloenzyme activity within the neurone may be a possibility (Bus, 1985). Other evidence for metalloenzyme inhibition was found in a study of grain workers who self-presented because of neurological symptoms, where two were found to have abnormal zinc excretion (Peters et al., 1986). The effect of supplementing the diet with trace metals has been inadequately explored as a method of preventing carbon disulphide-induced...

Summary

In conclusion, reductive dehalogenation with Pd catalysts offers a number of advantages it can treat a wide variety of compounds, including mixtures it generally results in simple alkanes, with few halogenated intermediates, if any and it is extremely rapid, which allows small, in-well reactors. As more studies are conducted, the applicability to a broad range of conditions will be tested and will provide opportunities to better understand the process. This will facilitate optimization of catalyst parameters and column operation for the most effective remediation under a variety of field conditions.

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For example, various ionic liquids (ILs), together with Pd-metal species, were immobilized on a high-surface area, of an active carbon support.62 The resulting SILCA catalysts were studied63 in the production of fine chemicals, and in particular in the hydrogenation of unsaturated aldehydes, citral and cinnamaldehyde (Figure 4.8).

Applications

The substrate stereospecificity of the monophenolhydroxylase and diphenoloxi-dase activities of tyrosinase are the basis for many industrial applications (Halaouli et al. 2006) as biosensors for the monitoring of phenols in the pharmaceutical industry for the production of o-diphenols (e.g., L-dopa, dopamine for the treatment of Parkinson's disease), and for the synthesis of biopolymers. Synthetic melanins find application as protective agents against radiation (UV, X-rays, g-rays), cation exchangers, drug carriers, antioxidants, antiviral agents, and immunogens (Nosanchuk and Casadevall 2003 Wang et al. 2000). Their ability to crosslink proteins has opened up new application markets for tyrosinases in food industries (Thalman and Lotzbeyer 2002 Halaouli et al. 2005).

Manganese

Manganese, an essential trace element that is found in varying amounts in all tissues, is one of the most widely used metals in industry. Exposure to excess manganese results in manganese toxicity, including Parkinson-like symptoms (Chan et al. 2000 Erikson and Aschner 2003 Gerber et al. 2002), and abnormalities of the immune system (Vartanian et al. 1999). Manganese hyperaccumulation has been arbitrarily defined by a threshold foliar concentration of 10,000 mg kg-1 dry weight (Baker and Brooks 1989). Plants that hyperccumulate Mn are predominantly woody and hence unsuited to short-term controlled study (Fernando et al. 2008). The number of species has varied with taxonomic changes, and currently nine are recognized worldwide (Bidwell et al. 2002 Reeves and Baker 2000 Xue et al. 2004). The heterogeneity of the Mn-hyperaccumulative trait was studied in Phytolacca acinosa a herbaceous species, under controlled conditions (Xue et al. 2005) and in natural populations of the tree Gossia...

Chronic exposure

Chapman et al. (1991) studied index finger tremor in 19 age-matched control subjects and in 19 grain industry employees chronically exposed to carbon disulphide-based fumigants. The findings in this study suggest that amplitude and frequency abnormalities characterise finger tremor in subclinical and early clinical carbon disulphide parkinsonism. The authors suggest that tremor differences may be able to serve as an early warning in adverse chemical exposures, when overt manifestations are not present.

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