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naphthylamine


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A compound used in production of aniline dyes and associated with bladder cancer. The carcinogenic action is due to a metabolite produced by hydroxylation (1-hydroxy-2-aminonaphthalene) which is detoxified in the liver but reactivated by a glucuronidase in the bladder.

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