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“…Similar to Ni, phagolysosomal simulant fluid at pH 4.5 is most effective at mobilizing soluble iron, but unlike Ni, ascorbate aids mobilization as does the Fe 2+ -chelator, ferrozine. It is likely that ascorbate prevents oxidation to Fe 3+ , and the formation of insoluble hydroxides and surface redeposition [41]. This idea is supported by the fact that ferrozine alone mobilizes Fe at the lower pH, where the Fe 2+ to Fe 3+ kinetics are known to be slower [42,43].…”
Section: Measurement Origin and Removal Of Bioavailable Ironmentioning
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“…Similar to Ni, phagolysosomal simulant fluid at pH 4.5 is most effective at mobilizing soluble iron, but unlike Ni, ascorbate aids mobilization as does the Fe 2+ -chelator, ferrozine. It is likely that ascorbate prevents oxidation to Fe 3+ , and the formation of insoluble hydroxides and surface redeposition [41]. This idea is supported by the fact that ferrozine alone mobilizes Fe at the lower pH, where the Fe 2+ to Fe 3+ kinetics are known to be slower [42,43].…”
Section: Measurement Origin and Removal Of Bioavailable Ironmentioning
“…Only catalytic amounts of Fe 3ϩ are required to produce this DMPO⅐-OH signal. This behavior has been documented from studies concerning asbestos carcinogenicity, 9,13,16,18,24,25 where chelators are mobilized Fe from fibers.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…Using low-molecular-weight chelators mobilizes Fe 2ϩ from asbestos and crocidolite fibers to cede higher ROS concentrations. 9,12,13,16,17,[23][24][25] Without chelators, Fe 2ϩ mainly remains coordinated within fibers. Besides, the oxygen-containing silicate of mineral fibers can coordinate Fe 2ϩ , rendering the asbestos a complete chelator.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Free iron, however, has been hypothesized to contribute to the pulmonary toxicity of ambient ultrafine particles [15], asbestos [16] and most recently human keratinocytes exposed in culture to Fe-containing SWNTs [17]. The toxicity of amphibole asbestos fibers, which are fibrous silicates containing iron with a high aspect ratio and physiochemical properties similar to carbon nanofibers and nanotubes, is also hypothesized to be related to generation of reactive oxygen species [18][19][20].…”
Section: The Role Of Catalytic Metalsmentioning