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Halogenated Hydrocarbon Toxicity in Proximal Tubules.
College of Medicine at Peoria, University of Illinois, Peoria, Illinois 1991 May:11 pages
A study was conducted to examine the validity of the isolated rabbit tubule model as a tool in the study of nephrotoxicants and to determine the validity of the rabbit tubule model as a predictor of nephrotoxicity in humans. Kidney proximal tubules were isolated from control and phenobarbital induced rabbits by nonenzymatic sieving techniques and then studied in-vitro. Proximal tubules obtained in bulk by nonenzymatic procedures were resistant to cell damage by levels of chloroform (67663) and carbon-tetrachloride (56235) likely to be encountered in the work place. Drug treatment of the rabbits followed by tubule isolation and exposure to these solvents in-vitro did not enhance cell damage. Tubule cells propagated in-vitro were more susceptible to cell damage caused by these organic solvents.
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