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Diacetyl Data Sets for Figures in Paper

Metadata Updated: March 12, 2022

This research looks at the effects of soluble, volatile diketones such as diacetyl on iron homeostasis. These diketones are in food flavoring agents and occur naturally in fermented beverages.

This dataset is associated with the following publication: Ghio, A.J., J.M. Soukup, L.A. Dailey, V.L. Roggli, A.L. Crombliss, and S. Palmer. Diacetyl exposure disrupts iron homeostasis in animals and cells. INHALATION TOXICOLOGY. Taylor & Francis, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, USA, 33(6-8): 268-274, (2021).

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Metadata Created Date March 12, 2022
Metadata Updated Date March 12, 2022

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Harvested from EPA ScienceHub

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Metadata Created Date March 12, 2022
Metadata Updated Date March 12, 2022
Publisher U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD)
Data Last Modified 2020-08-27
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