Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nitrosamine.

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Examples

  • The by-products of this process are potential cancer-causing substances called nitrosamines and toxic lysinoalanine.

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  • On top of that, beer contains compounds known as nitrosamines, which cause cancer in animals.

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  • A cascade of events can convert these compounds into what are called nitrosamines, and many, but not all, nitrosamines are linked to cancer.

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  • "Moreover, the strikingly higher and climbing mortality rates in older age brackets suggest that aging and/or longer durations of exposure have greater impacts on progression and severity of these diseases." nitrates belong to a class of chemicals called nitrosamines that are created by a chemical reaction between nitrites or other proteins.

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  • According to nutritionists, the stomach can convert nitrites into chemicals known as nitrosamines, which are potentially carcinogenic.

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  • It’s true that nitrites, which help preserve meat by killing potentially toxic bacteria, can be converted into carcinogens called nitrosamines by the stomach.

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  • It’s true that nitrites, which help preserve meat by killing potentially toxic bacteria, can be converted into carcinogens called nitrosamines by the stomach.

    Q&A: Nitrates in sandwich meat?

  • It’s true that nitrites, which help preserve meat by killing potentially toxic bacteria, can be converted into carcinogens called nitrosamines by the stomach.

    Baby and child health and safety news roundup

  • It’s true that nitrites, which help preserve meat by killing potentially toxic bacteria, can be converted into carcinogens called nitrosamines by the stomach.

    Q&A: Nitrates in sandwich meat?

  • They’re common pH stabilizers, but when they’re exposed to air, they form potentially irritating substances called nitrosamines.

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