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Title: New compounds for cancer research: the synthesis and metabolic study of isotopic derivatives of fluorene
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Creator: Argus, Mary Frances, 1924-
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Publication Date: 1952
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Cancer Research thesis Ph. D
Dissertations, Academic -- Cancer Research -- UF
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NEWJ COMPOULN]DS FOR CANCER. RESEARCH.

THE SYNTHESIS AND> METAIBOLIIC STUIDYI

OF ISOTOPIC DERIVATIVES OF FiLUORENE














MARY FRANCES ARGUS


A DISSERTATION PR~sENTED TO THE GRADUATE COUNCIL OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Febmuary, 1952


































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TABLEg OF CONTENTS


Pge~
ACK(NE0KLEDENT.~ ......................~r..************* 1 1

LIS OF TABLES.......................r +rrrs. *************

I. INTRODUICTION. .. r... ..... .. .. r *** ******************* 1

A1. Chemie41 Carrcinogenesia......l........*. ......... 1

B. Chemical Detection and Therapy of Cancr..,....... 10

II. CARCINlOGENIC DERIVATIVES OF 2P-AKIN0FLU0RZEE

CONTA~fININ .....r..........r....ccl.............**r

A. S~tatenat of the Prl~oblem....... r................ 20

B. Procedure................................... S

Q. ap)8perimenal Detals ................... ... r.... 22

1. 2-Witr'n~rotherene-N .......................... 22





b. 2-Acetyllaminetheren dirchty from

2-lnitrotheLYrene............................

P I8bl8t81C8.******** ***********************

III. TIDEMTAOISME DISTRIBUTION01 MSEXCHETIONW
sa
GP 2p- OLU9~ENESoU~w~LFOMAIDFI0RRS4 N

RAT....*rri.. ,.....~...r+...... .................. 26

A. Stabamen1t of the~ Pro~blem.... ...r ~ c ..*.*........ 26

B.1 Baperimental Detaila....*....................... 27

C. Res~ults........................................ - 33


iii











ET. THE~ DErErIRIOar OF E8Da uM FLucrBEMB kpa
as
2,7-DIBULFCHATB8 II MICg anranr A

TfRAM8S;PIARTAELBJ sTCOMAC CARIROBlAW............. 1b

A. 84temt et the Frdblem....................... 41

1. Btperimeasa~t~l Dettts................. 45;

1. I~diadum .u~w1aeea-87isalthate-8 ...... L5

2. AaImal ~studie........................ 46







BDR~A~LPHIICAL SEARCH................... ..................6









IJS OF TABLES


Table Page

I. Metrkibu~on of Radi~oactivityl ta the

aart Polreda 0mit AdmnrE agoiono

a ~~rolUHArArMT EdtWZ~idnianvensm e.e s*** *******e**

II. MartriboUton of Radionstivity in
Tmr~or-bearn MIos Followingl nt~ra

venous Injetion' of Disedium Theuoren-


III. Ilation of ther Concentration of

Badioactivityr in Tmor Tissue to
the Consentration to Obber Tirssues

Pollowin a Sinrle InJection of Labeed

Ooop~md o r~or-br~ci0 1Y ***************,., .* ***












INTRCUCTIW


Th atoddent of aancer is intserested in tbs origin, the charao-

teristics, the deveoprmms ad the control et neOPZ1latia gC~row. If

srtudy la liited to ~those ~sars which~ arise rpenaneously, the oppoic

turnity for std is lieewise limited, It io greplat vatlue therefore,

that mthoe~ of itadtiag Samore experimentall in annsmi. hav been

devised. This not only pemib ts a abdyo the pawaeasrr e~t Szefnefm-

tion tem the nomral to the oancerurea tsaae, butb eappies rrcar m ianfr

the~ investigation of di~agnotie aad thelrapeatic agents


A. Chatea Ciaroingensis


It is knLOm that a number of physical, obesical ad biolo~ica~l

agents a capable of intaoing~ cuanrags growth in vAaariou fissues of

rantmal ad plants. These ge~nts are of twe genelral bypes those

wh~ich ~wecnsider foreign to the body~ and eall extarinsa P~agens ad

those predaeed by the o~drgns itelf, which we clss a intfirinet

agents. Crtata~ rspattle eleas of ehemicrlaerl mpunds hav been show

to be estataste ageae eapable of earaer praUotetin

S~evrl earetoaegenia ageabal wer kneanI tem allateal observe-

tion long befor the extension of iavestigatisas be the laborratoy

Perhas th first ws ther demr~iption by Pebt (63)1 in ansland, et scro

$a care~ams in man expsed to coasant~r gooabse with soot. WCith the

development of th eal~ tar industry duriLng t aineteenth century an










iaorease in the nber of skin ~Canoer was noted in worker in this

indusrtry. Thae earninrogsaen ic eot of coa tar was establaised whetn

tamgirwa sa Icohikamn (90) reported, An 1918~, that contin~uous ~paid-

ing of rabbita ears with tar led to the appearance of earninama.,
The anaoeeasta search for the pecifie constituentt~~~~~ttttt~ active in

ana tar nas achieved b a gronp of Lon onsientists under te lead~e -

abi'p oIReaaf Kenwy(36) Pad Cook (17). The active inredient as found
tor be 3,t-~b~anpyram. As a mtter of fact, th first earciangenie

polyoyaelie rrdrocarbon to1 be described ras 1,2,5;,hribeasanthracene

reported byr Clar (10~). Further modifications of the boeaanthracoen
anoleas led to8 the synthsis Pand biological testing of mnmronoe re-

lated compounds. Particular interest was areased when one of the uane

actn ive a the caroaiogenic trgdrocarbons, 20aethy~laholatf~nthrnewas

prepared trer bile saida (16).;

It~ has been sha that these compounds are detaditied and

made noncaroinogenio~ daring mtabolianr byr~ t a~ddM in ofhdroxy1

groapa to specific positions to th moleade3 (12139).
The frequent occrarene etL cancer of th hinaa= A n orkers

to the aniline dp industryT let to the stuidy of various chemiaOls An

this group. Toshida (91-) ta Jarpan foud that both ingestion Pad sub-

cataneous tarrjection of e-eminoasro~talaen resulted to the devlopmnt

of hepatmasa in rate rad mise. IPn 1937 ~inesita (37) reported that

p-dimethplaninoanaba~nsen wh included in the diet of rate prodnest
liver cancer to these anmals.r Since that tiae mayrp compounds of

this cjlJas have been found to be earninogenie and a studly atl~ th










rrals$1m o fw 4bre u Ishe.
sn satuesa harpseams~ to setsas been# eastung savemented b7




..s..n.-eas, I, wnan, r4e me Qam ()19,8,88) observes no sis)

emrpenab, kwh~n Saepor~ ate in the die at m, predagd aliUple





5 NHCOCHs










dmesr ebbt Smars, elo~n mthes saggesta that emis Anget im






a&~s 1t Melshob ($)~ rdtst iasyrbr==e atr~ ar~ sata

at 4 ag. pe~~ day~ t a aegettebsrl tsat se oat tat,
alasrPrdea atn easn headset at fea mi teta develop bothII~d




eaiwurreaas mee5 twu askqo teums liver earetaems,










Bielsehowaky reporbed that 2-eaety~la~miothoeene wa inreffoo-

thes when injeted suboutansoaljy. He believed that such tiess ews

not; capable atI bgdrolising off the acetyll gra to form 2 sinfinorrne

which he considered to be the active comppounrd. Cortirnedl painrting et

epithelial tisame with a-em~sinetheren resulted Sa liver Samore to all

et five rats tested. These won experiments cannot be compared di~dretly

however, sines the mode at application, nUamlyr sudbontaneous and oufan-

coas,1 dif~fered fr each composed.

In a recent study~L Marris, DhniL cand johnson (53) have shownr

that both Osiainoflorren sa 2-acetylamina~o1soree are capable of

producing tumore in a varietyr of sites after ingestion sa after paint-

ing. Sevn eat of eleven Ipts devloped Sumor followlagl paintings
with 2-emaionthrne, while fiive ent et elen developed tames follow

ta fusding of~ the san ae opound, Ininting with 2.eaetylamianfluaren
resulted in Smoora in seven out of nine rate, and ora ingestion of

this aompound by tenity reta resulted in Swave developing bumore.

Armstrong and Bonser (3) abudied the effect of feeding 8-acety-
aminthra~+tarne b five strains of atnee nd tenard that this created to

th production of Sumers As the Mnadam, liver, breast, forestansch,

thyrid, rnaol pelvis ea teal~e genital trad.,

Xlopes (b1), a ~angland, has reporbed the induction t ar brain
Samor in a rat by including 2reatylaminethereas~ in the diet. This

is ulln queai nee milnan t Samrs ofnre tissu are11 usull U prO*

duced in aies and rets by direct taplanrtation of a oerninogenic hydro-
earbonr,












asbee kar dr tr ala sat assel (ap). bd hiur relts agn~a show

wdesrpreat teetdme et Smr0 g~rowh to varis a~rgans wlashal th

somewatalry, mmars paraagge sa yd tLLgan~Lrlds mAth liver.

Thesel sampesu evidmas a the Mgh earetagemt solivity

emnubctln by 8.eestysremnseme Aswe le t extnsi~Ive~ stuyo this

sampena to detam as ast steaes a ~ steae a the 1 mIsels

reponsthl dr itra sette

Ir12ar, al~ls, acadlase wombr (la) asve mad seeLes to

detamta it the -We b brb g to M*** =<=Hn= AsL essemb~la

to~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~b te eiese sivt aasws r b-ata r~u Ieemsest s

seplata the -O~g by 4-B es Sa, e....p..e.nes...nqu.. 484~ ae
asrlttttttttttttttttttt th urdse....use o e.w ..1...1 ibr .sa., .....r sae

ear dash 4tsame. Bababian of .g. ier the *Oh- a in 3-se~tat-
..e..lma...shrg..r- & ageaL Essag asQ ~ acivt teamsts)~1

thes twe Stasae, wdhryle~q Aseri a saI -0- brdg as ).ae~Stat
ImammaJhammanwa u g1 paiUrrtl lray r_ asasue the asiitt the male-l

agrs to these awrpetr. Salth the eunua empeant $=uetlaime

1semapn, horrwner pna ait H U@se seapenda had aar eredmgual

sativiy temrd the live. The smrs pmaQn.4 by al thes empetlads

appeJ asetfor to elabb maths aitte Meb balealagt at as, emeImab.

LIll- ea Ipimiabclphei a deskative~ Sa wh tb S -Qge

Isese to~r+ aheems, preeent amr sa~ as merC rads, earf east
lirwr me vrsese sm ab orr man r me. W them~ttttt~~~~ttta rrsers aperse w

Sttttttttttttttttto see b mones te a bestmsa or tie empalrtm










I[n 19148 Pinek (61) postalated that 2,2 -dirantylm~ino-9,9**r
bif~~loorludne II, is the essential intemeR1diate in earningemaIs
A~lthr considerable dificuoltr ~this empoung an~d i-ts rednobion product,

2,28-rldercCaisootylina.,9bitnuorgy1, IIII were pr~epred (83). Morris"
and Dubnik (51) tested thses derivativesr on rauts in f eedingq experiments
exc~eedng periods of 30 weks. They found 2,2 **dicetyliamin-9, '-

bithuory1 to be ineffotie while 2,2 *.diaoebylamino=9,9**biflooryrlie
done had very litt~a sBtivity. Thes facts east doubt on th posa1-

bility at the conmpunds betag intermediate.


HCoCHN NHCOCM, *CO CHN? N~HCOCH,


/H
H/



II, III


The ony metabolit~ of 2..acetylamiunothre that be been re-

ported is 7-M-esp~aeylamianeo~naen (6). This oaspound is only
weakly carehno(Cento. Th qrustbian ariser wheter~ the ?**positon anat
'be avaiable for hydrampat in order folr the compound to clerb

powerrful. crarinogento sactionr I an attemp8 to answr~ this question
46* Torposition of 2.a~Ceflraintantherene has been blooked witfh chlorine
and todine (67, 82), pareimia~ry report by Marcri (So) iadisases
that these eaapounds are not oarcinogento, althouh rserarl brain ab-
seesses were found when 7iode.2-acetylLmneflooone wasu fed. In










light et Blsabougbyssl ask thi Wald Sa~teat that as sett

apaqran Is agemseasy ta Metlp~astaes Who laterpenitim at agg
berame a agdream at the mateam, a Sa T..twa ~3re-mn mine

1raemem, sadness beh doe not dsrtroy asw e farelassnttt as em-

penaAd (3). In eres todtwamA a ttrages1 ~i aoolld kbe laepse
wash sustar iresu~s t,7-d~aolpamman-sea ha be prepared (YI)
sat Saital tests SaMen ts 15 A aOL meeaciv easetang tha

ast~ry-s..nnlp... (g).
As assr peas 14 sheel bea m tes~ SMS lasts saad sentake

(71,79) hav reporkbted ts$ashishloretlraer, sad 2,74ip~ri~r
eas embibt a greter reseithit a the ast lea greap the 1se9ase
itself Famr abia RS~ walA s probablytas the Satandaebtea a a

halse late the Tystrta at 3.ee~j-~agmnrfluerns 3d rlals sea
nv te as~r at LraneSp aitbb M~ epseat mat i asaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa sativit of Me

amaplans gorep is Me al tapenat tser to He earr~reaegnttt a
sta appenseless, )hn T-shole- ad Tteae-aw~lreanunsr---
shea~ld sho greater nl~b or eaeteenssai than~ r 8.nesi nu.4m mma.
Stam th ts to ae the eas iS As rrr~ tabaet t Mask has eystakdr

an importaa 1pela As anginttag th evidentU rly ..aa so et h


In e id**Aag the~~ ~ pea hla tesimr ef th seeby greap la

a-lecs ra-a-a-wea., wel qurfiam airse same sennver bem to

tb ree mtet a assessary st Sa 69mor
m"an th the p~iaren aperweawrb, flueome, sat Ma1 m~st pbredst
lnramoremns, as samense (ap)I wast a-alssensasome i suete~ b be










eakly~J careinogesnto wh fed (53). Hetre ages is to eidens tas the

madem of application is not unimlporitat ainee six ea of te rata

developed cancr from painting with 2-nitzwfloosene Mile t1~wout of

nine sets developed tumorei after ingestian of the compond. 2-kLnino-

floorane o h ighl activel although maybe asomewha less than 2-ace~ty-

wamfine orane (528,53,89), bu this may be dnu to He different solu-

bility,

gMrs (31) has prerand N0-(2-f~ol~O)J~rerl),n rand >e(2-thr-

enygl)-heminrisuveamed in hope that their greater slubility to wa~tertttttttt~~~~~~~~

over 2-mianthebor~renewold prodceaw mre16 rapid caroinogento response.

Tests of these compoundr Ireported ~byJ huabl (80) abow the compoundab

to be eareinogening) but the relativelyr large raounts adinistered

i~e. dr ag. per da fo 288 daysr, do not lend themselves to any direct

comparison witbh stallar experiments involvng 24minetherene
Btelehowaky (fs) has reporbed that teethyleminnethosn rand
2-dimethyl~aminefloozwne are less earnnogeniea $bOan2minetheorene.

A photometrio mesthod et estimation of 2-~eaetJyaminetherene

in the $1sames sad xasrets of anmals~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ adenh~Ctered this compound has

been used byr wett~ll and Morrs (8Q6). Their procedure tavelesr

hydrolyisis o thef treamine, dissotisation, sa coupliag with B alt

to give a colored compound. a this methBod, however, onrly~ 32 of the

ingested dose of 2-eatylriamnuofluren is aoeounted for (55), snartes-

ing tha in the anias1l lebodymtablie are formed which involve re-
moval of themne grM oup or which tie upp the nitrogen in awah a man-

aer that it cannot be hydrolisd to) a primary aine.u Deacetyliatio










waMl be a p~rrese Ath cenMi be assmet to paesdsr the iautogmr a
seek empemes.
cmaneru~rr stuaeshS hlav bam man onl tee udiee~


sad 4eayraema-mes1e (Q), abs Ma$l Meykb~ a
P*J-baIMr-sy-rrr doe Sa plae As the mS (%,4). IAs per ea


resplatry 001 ntWba 6 hows, whil ea 40 perII me la esend Sa





A-~~hennempeda namma gag alrrumnandfamaidaftwawmm- g, Egp

seeme **) ****r are to r..asy rmuse iram awmuls ansmes

gI gg, whll Obr haw51 Crp As rrmewe w$M dttlema5r. go em
same ss amu to smove asr sea (ascapapon) g~asp. It wa p~e-
ateam as i envemrri or as ra ... is aI .. ***=@7 su onP
eartagetef t of thes fsse derivaLves at Er i-@==aP waM
very dist~ly with the eas at amueal at theseCCC~~~~CCCC~~~~CCC vasees geps.



rr~ so CH








10.


in haranny with these predictions Mobrria (50) reports that

prelimnnary experlasnts indicate that the 2**benso#l ompound to con-
siderarbly less sobive than 2-eaetylaminoflonaera whle the tosyl

derivative la noncrccrinogenia.

Th pictures la still ineomplete and furrther abd of the
carcinogenio sechanisms of theorene derivatives to necessary At th

important mole of these ompounda la chemical earninogenesis is to
bea un~dertood.


Ib. Chem~oalP Detection sa thcrapy of Canoer

The need for ar method of early diagnosis and treatment of

internal cancer is aes urgent today to the case of gastric earlninama

Cancer of the stacach, a disease predominating in the majle in a ratio

of about 2 to4 ~to the most eama of all cUarinamas in the h1uman,

amusling almoat lC0I000 deaths every yea in the United States and

mirrm u3p appr~oxmatelyT one-tounrth of all the death due to caneer (1).

Two msthods that have been used meat Wnocesatull to the

trea~tme~8nt of malignant neoplasms are surgery and radjliation in gastrie

earciness, however, these methods find only limited efsectiveness since

their anecess depends primerl~y on diagnares of the disease in th

early stages prior to the developmsfent ofetastases. Cancer of the
stPoch is ar ** ilent ** disease which usually does ae display alram*

Aug apptoms mat well ardvanced. ICn fact, as symptoms rse worded

to 25-30 per cent at the antopeled persrons dying of this disease (36),
a ofac whih make earl diagosi almost taposible. On the other








It s
home, asrsrlle eareamm lne ~a nsem to assetastes easy saals
rital oalrrgn at Las be< asb as Ip modes, Iliww, leag, she ES As

alddesh tha r alple mthed te~ r tedagemel~s et easy gast~ris eman


asutwesea saw rass ar b as mus** r onessel assoder sa semesal
seeb rare nsnwoesses, Uraim r eemnta ass n rea'twly expnsie Thi

ansate ageles ther earl b see. ~L T~II~

ras~ a=eeps o~k r ses to b sreathe asta k mns or

weassu or eal~rneem sat b Cer o g deea as war seem kSary




Z~It rsa~le seald be heads et m ada~alat~ b Sma
beets, weld 1sel~r s with a certata dereer at eaesit Sa as

waitpen agepleau, sat it sedissetiv at availtbr kA be Sasseeatal
Aate eagh meerias, the aidsh we be useta An~ a despeakr saA


eat~tea avanale~ to th~ mak~ a presea whicha wedd adapt ~thmealv
well to as) pbnan o we sasses s a sesse seesW or assame. alesh

and av (8) pens eek, beenew, as tbss em sher~raag Peepat a

bbet miters wrl4 probatty measesitate theCrJl~ deig at a atd toP


tha this seald b so....ps and by tastatea a pless at pheteggphle

12a or ai sm1 gag~gnl set As plc Iriml2 Pat rb bashe etU a









12.

be introdneed into the stomach and the radioactivity mesasured. This

incolrnvenienc cold be r im~nated if the shor6-ang, bet a emibbrs

wer reosltritd to therapeutic ueseand the long-range, gammaP-zay

emit~ters employed for diagnostics work.

TPhere a~re a onsiderable nulmber of know instancses here

elements localise in oarbtain organsr and tissues writh a high degree

of selectivity. Ou~ntaaing examples ane the deposition of calaim

and phosphorus in bone aA She uptakce of iodine by the thyroid.

Studies on the use~ of rdiophosphorrs in tebr reatment of

leueakia and lymsphosarooma have been carried out. Unfortunately~ bone

takes up larger auronts of th eleament than do the malignant cells

(36). selverstone eg rX (70) recently rwporbedi on the deposition of
P in brain tlmora, It wa necessary in this csee to devise a

minialdre (kiger counter that oould be inserted dizechlyr into brailn

tirasm, because the attactiuive sam of this baet emitter ia only a

fe sentimbers. Good differentials between normal and pathological

areas were obtrained ~Locairsation of P in samaryv and test~ieular

tuaprs ha rrals beern ported (69).

adiLolodine has been used extensively to the investigation

of the thyroid phfreiolog~. HAmiltonb and Soley (27) have assaured

the nptake of radiootdine by the tttttttttttttttttttthoi A patients by placing a

Geiger-Maeller counting tube against the neak~, directly over the faCtth

mas of the gland. Steven st et al. 7) hav~estudied the distribution of

i in nioe with and without mamarynP enswincam, 150ple, after Angeo-
tion of radioactiveo sodium iodide. DLiferenees t the distribution of













taJ pwraredm eprtm~l ass sta we (Tt7), 45temases Sa @alw em
ta~est at am Ppseses wer rs brlomer~ ratate to ea~r strterease t


nalism a bomnrea(ka elmt a bemk rlted~e4 antnsru

by a~d~sy gb g. (t0,t1,82). IS As~ measrsiteml tWake rp by beas
amese, ha Cbe esrasseem an enmeu passasituesu ms t be




in amous as erasate& emsue r iUr kno w to eeitm Use a asshb


ar tases, seek as sediar assr;ume~aphmmipharee sett 3-tate
LlrnaLbrl merposess ee grate (fepam), cad setir wham..ahan1u~-
sasat (rahattl 8kLadm).

Inr attemptingf~f t develop a tes tCO to~ eagg Hdosymn.4 a
gasri emeruo gRee sat asselate () a~aleJtttttttttttttttttttt~ a ree .1@...*4
(sa~bulan smiosdr satcsaat sal+ltappld). Wslel aeMY a these
wastond appliarbe to Me em~ aty deestaa gastr~ ==14====****


test et pairmbs ada aegl asrtsl se~ldity

Althoughb as lsealwsatt a the 4.minalf stenal In mitp
masL Masam As hoem to be lawalved, basp (10) reportd the

sensiass oikmr men to~ irsemsnewsa as sensasseeau o sense

sat speate dose a senat saate aae maatgsatr








16,


such as t4 '-di~amindipnhagylaulfoni~t d and ltangy aultailic acid.
Wilth furrther investilgatiton, complete inhibition of growth of spon-~

taneusJ tumre la four of four mice was obtained by Yethylene Eles,

6r,6 5-d~gia~~b~midphaltaided cad tWhe~u~aadiphmaphaw ether (11).
Stevens et 1. (76) have rported a hish local conoontratlon

in caoers tiseme of atiappraisin amnrkistered at al aitt distantl

te the t~oer and tolowerd by reeated soose~ in5ections. 01soos
increase the laotio sold femation byr the cancer Stasse and the

su~ltarpy~rasin w preeipitated pisreamaly because it is less solable

at sold pI Shan at pa 7.L.

Severl charaoterbistic of the sulonamide llnkae~ p~rompted

Epay and Softe (66) t, co~ntimetttt~~~~~~tttttt inve~istigato of these compounds for
their di~ama~t~ie and therrapeati potentttt~~~~~ttttttialt ies. Appuently the

saltonramide linkage A not a~ttaked ly enayme. In daddtion to l~oa-

ising in Oertain tissues srolanamide hv been abomn t redese th
efotive vitamin intaker etr anima by supmressin the intesrtinal

fle, and this rednetion1 of essenP~tial vtamIn in thetttttttt~~~~~~~~~ 45stb of tumor-
bearing atoe is kmwn to ihibit the gnrrowth aiofumo (10), Maad

Soffer proposed the ~ino~rporatio of Sa hto thee lreadyL promisi

comlponda. TIrhis aborbrrange bet a hitter wou;ld no~t e ayexrt porssble
additionalP Sharapentio effoots, bart weald also offer a ~mea of denteo-
Stan Procedures for the preparartion of mnumrona compounds of this

type ar ie, bu as yt no anim1 eperimn tsm a ha been~ earieid eat
Ex~Ltensiv inv~etstigat~io hav been asd conceringE th possibe
seletiv loclistion of certain dtpes in Saro tissue. Reesea (60e)










and latrfC Bblater (7) rreprted a bePAstita attSt at 79Isara EXL\n

on eafrtia ta$ore. Ther dea a dje reQuired howeware prWetd to be
rather teme cand the treatment aewerely stained He~ skn et~ a

piatteets

As ***str a 1peI, nau....a (as) meese au eares wasr
see toe k Pwannocess by swers. Theser risassag hav bee eob

times ~ somro ownra saaastqtee (sO~a,1ss).

Zha 1939, Dpumlta-Splds (t)) reportd estC T=.18th (base

Pur) and sabrr peedy dittashle d(pass iagete intufnessly
lesalrr Iked~ aikw r Sa peatnseras eat 45maptabnt o tess gr

sas inr ma, treans ad ensues. arousbase scans ass1 aLa
aSewarte no nassag or Passmapen sa rrwa sa wn ns ~b earrsa

bersIprem tasseed seaeem sat earr eme cand furher~ anteded a
eteam t essapslagr thatn l P4U sailOeth 1sealIsto at

as a~ re emem sa nhrot as a or arr sale o huma sweets pe.
senes resr o ~r -14-* asspism (16).

meeman g gI, sa 1911, ~~pasupe to see seen ask nse
IseUleasrul sh aOP tmOr a a veh l forT ambatease that sa

peassue assapeans agems tr the entr me sma (at). The pe**
paret getsaiwPasst empeads what wrer mistM- t b h14ahly eme
seestl As the estemsw or assal emers. assaunately a

methdsr at propeaatte sat emesd te~amla at the empa- were as

separte ud, ea the l work assa been saRbetmatUtd,
ashl et gOeper (8,93) Iangete fliateu sale at washes

4ee seena s aP~pen a, treasss av 1ee 6a sat easmsate son








16.


into tumor-bearing aise. These compoudnd we to be need in the

therapy of cancer in arnnjuntion width alow neutrons, since th ire-

pacb of such a neut;ron on a Ilithirm rtoam leads to a nuclear reactionr

with a high energy release. The lithiun salts of the (yes wenre sup-r

posed to localise selectively to the tumrore, thereby prodnetaig a

high conoontration of lithima in the region wlhaze a madinam erdiation

effect wa desired. As might have been expected, however, the lithe*

to salts of these dyes dissociated frapidly~ i ~the body and thae

litGhiurm ions did not remain with the dye moiety.

The first synthesis of a radioactive dye was reported by

Tobin and mbor (79). They prepared zedioactive ditbramo-Trytpan B15*

and dibrame-Eva na Sh braelasting o~tolidine with Br~U and cou

ling the resulting comapound wilth H acid or Chicage acid. An inveosti-

gation of the distribntian of these dyee in tmo~Pr atoe, however,

showed that th liver took up ab twices as much radioactivity as

thstue mr. WAine these findings east same doubt on the selectivity

of dye uptake by SamoreLI more and hi assooiates point outs that

* th significant fact raeminst that $be collaid permeaees Into and

therefore radiates turmor tissue wherever th tissue may Vbe, and no

matter how widesprsed the metastases are n (47).

The work of Wbor eand Tobin showed clearly tha determination

of radioactdite compounda la tissues with Geiger counters is both

siapler and more emobt than the chemical or colorimetrie analyrrsi
which had previously been empsloyed in de~teminingy the localisation

of dyes. Eleah and Ray (8) point out that most obsserers newly








St.
estimated the dita bLaten e the j~ Ope tor asespLe sat Meoreseep

~laspeea~i r@iel rweltal in may Isers~peagles Greety as pree-
ease at de cran be sa mee seatt4 Sa lig~r~h r ea~ret Stses

ergus rrsee a ksasy eates amsd emer Stases than A dask argan
e8a@ a livr o r p3sea. Lthedr the stagesee)Ps haunwar, (pe as


stage Sa th settee'a-eadethe1Aa spate but assel i the Mdmar.
The we at a treese shame rl t****Se tase dii~lthealta sat Pard~s


~as measotnw eame (as ) was seems as sons~ ue s






astslasse, rwe ass neessass rrdsses~ ter M~assentrr wrki ~a
ar@ em be s~aeastead Sak te~ eag ate L~ copeds at a imr 1Seg
Sb eek d Bar (8) n~bresgts ta r Mth a L510-1$2 at 8 depa as
tame spgreattees~ sal propere a aga at sealtdeb derivtie







Thisa Ida me $shmrp ~a tre r Saestgatere As as) t~e
Esrl~lws and e-wbse (bD)> ***$Lag the attest at 1est (pae ,
eatP not seem srdustglrlyq ~attlrm$ empea atI this seri








18.

Sumor-bearing mine receiving thi compound, he was abl to~s determine

the distribution in the animal body. WOhile significant concentrra-

tion of th dye in the tumor was noted, the liver, kidney and spleen

also showed a comparable affinity for th dye.

Yoore (t8) studied the localisa~i~on ofEL fluozesrein in a wide

variety of carcinomas sad earcomas, neing as a criterion of uptake

luorescence under ultraviolet light. Lesions of the central nor

ous system took up the compound with an accuracy ~ofi t ozzler of 90

per cent. The clinical application of this fact wars greatly increased

by incorooration of I'at into the fluorescein molecule thu permitting
measurements to be made outside the skull, quite independent of opera-

tion procedures (L9,*78).

An extensive series of acidic and basic dyee tagged with

radioactive II~ or 8I have been prepared by Wyersrr and are being

investigated for their selective, affinity for various types of trans-

planted and spontaneous mouse tumors (57L58).

Stevens si l C"4. ) hav reently studied the distribution of

radiactive iodinated Tryrpan ElseYI one of th compounds first prepared

by Bloch and pay (8)), This compound ~ws admninis~t~ere intravenously to
mine bearing suboutaneous implants of tumor 15opia. The concentration

of radioactivity in tuo tissue asu several times greater than that

in skeletal muscle or skin but considerably less than in the liver,

spleen or kidneys.
If a compound could be found which would display a greater
attin itor the, tumor than for such vital organs as the liver and











kwdmag abile at the emew Mae monashing the thesble satie at

eenesateattest tar ad su~1 rrseen@Sa matel dIsplapd Tappran

anrs, such~ ra sme nrp weald swaysannss th schemes o seemess

disguest sat tha~gag at gastate se thrreg ~the met f he
Aeal leeal~isata,











ACINgiO~gEIC D]ERIVATIVES OF 2-AMINQFLUagREH

CONTA~3INIMO 8


A. Statement et tbe Prohlm

As sa An Part U1s 2-so*SylP~amifloo~rens (AAF) hsbeen

definitely established as an active carcinogen, prodnoing a varietyl

at tumorsa t the anias1bodyI a numerous sitee often tar removed

r the point et ap~ss (5,87,88). Th1es cabracteristics or

the compound ask it tuselh for studying somes of~ the fndsametal

factors rat carcinogenesis.

A1 satisfactory meothod for ite quantitative eatimation bas

th antaajl body to necessary foar eneh a study. A photoamtrio metshod

of estimation has bee previotusy used, whic involves brirolysis of

ALAF to 2 therenuo a s (AF), dissotisation, and coupling with ar kmnon

naphrthol derivative to gv ar colored compound (86). Mr this method,
huowevr, only a 32 per cent recovery of AAF to obtained, indicating

that in a ve abort ae twro*hizzla of the materil no longer has a

dissotisable po~rmay ~anim group (55).

BRecetl, prepartion and investigation of th radioactive

carmingens, IE-acetylaminoothrne-94I aA 2-soetylminefloorene-,

e-C0 I hae greatlyr facilitated and metabolio abadies of AAF, Shaoe
wel over 90 per cen of th rad~driont t may be s~oaounted~~~~0000~~~~00 for As

the animal boy thse compoun~ds brae permitted a study at th pat

way taknby the l~ororane radical and the asety1 grasp of the









31.1


nob se t asr miness as.. bror, ss yes s as es

ialad. As, ha bem iradiate bteam a disasw mm ada greep to


prrrrrrs age~ swever~U by Bla mahe astestee theso, either

tha th attegm stem Se a 1s~pagb 858, BAS kAM nweav fam

the Senarrm minetsrl a tha th pirima ~sala attgm has bee

3awdled .....a...e..n. psI~dfy briy betag oebd be a seaseda

a UITarss amta gea. Tlbs seegat peasiblit mY ~ILawlw the



by~P, the sometime a AF~ PPith ppswte sed($)
The Supe~rtmag at ~ Hallag a at d whi welt eass a

decaim to be~ awa et beaus rbthe tse i~ altmtie is evrm

brtel at AAF-r wie~ a 2abala atteg stem Ale emiA etn
Sa he alm %*7 m thresmemodrtae. las asseta I
rrl~~i~ hP~ d itP~I L ~f~~) bl )11~~ i~t~j~ S
audisseth Lam at ateg As amsst* the heav Aaees ur k





anr oisr t ~~~a~eerr-=-a as i n tol posstat to este-

1aerms audle eir whs thetttttttt~~~~~~~~~ arttae ge sapgage the meae,

cheag whteh oedre ASr 4...7 ** e disset*****








22.


B. Proce~dueL

The usual asthod of preparation of AAF As the nitration of

therene to 2-nrit3nronnore (NF), redutobon with So ea 78 perr cent
othanol to A (39), rad setyILatim w iatha settandride. Senrage

of the high cost of )8 eampounds, th ordinary methods at nitra-

tion which use 20011300 per cent exsose caneantrated nitric acid

could ae be employed. in ~addiion, the N1 nitrio acid As a dilate

(appraoxiaste2y iM) solabimo, so it wass necessaryT t workP out a satis-
factory method of eliminating mtrer rad of astag equarl molar quanti-

ties of therenel and HI Oa* This wras ooomrplishd by employing
seestic anhydride as a solvent and dehjdrating~ an rand concentra~~tttt edtttt~~~~~

8480 as a dahydrating aget rand catalyst. Th"e felZd based on nitric
raid wlas 78.9 per eens1 ras compard to a alculated 21.6 per centa by

pevourrcrs methods (39).
Since the he intemediates, eF and AF,1 have also been shomn

to be careoinoento (5,53), sap~les oft these eresr isolated 6lr s~tudy.

A pr~oacs wase also woRked ea for a one-step reduction and
sootylartion at N to AAF. TPhis Ipurocedure conserves both ti es sa

rregen~ts, although it does not substantllyr improve the Jrield as
had~ beenhed.

C. Expeurintal Detaill

rs
1.2" irfloan* Flueorene, 1I0.4 sp. (0.063 moles),
we dissolved to acetic anbcr~drid, 131.t al. (1.39 moles), which wa








aS.


ass. no saleson as Lrsses lo SSana 86. m (o.efsp sle)


evr~ a period at 1 hour dar~a At@ a t-aperslwo me kept be*
emea 50.40-. fnon, ---*-see skaters adSa 5 ax. (0.*8 anxe),

3ws adde dropeaeat $$to pdbrese wi@ Me star toat~- sa t at



dpae ashed by stirring wina merk eat 1 per em$ aedimp seeat
mail awapwlg me mrlb pota was 15k a asha (3) tones 155-156 I
so yiel as 78.9 per cen


3.3 P. (0.055 males), sad TS Per em4~ ethamel 1101 at. to ste
au ladded a dast, )) p.l GaS%1, 1.1 p. (As 1.5 al. et wate)l
eat habreel, 1 p., me haste to nark sub a sterberaor. gtIl
as stature assan t ranw~P, tbn 2sk asu r>hrb= wn a retrym
Stian t keep S orkl embat waH, Mast Hestw as bened ~
easy ~As a hears, so assto p., as assa aI~ddae ad serimsasi~
seatt~agd fror an additional t hears. H he$ tlrater, Ate~b me re-
mewed by muana a a filter salt cans 111muSant ga pareause to
avElld seatset~ Ith air, wa ~adat to 600 al. et st to paeeipitat
the rtte pee~ms4 Uo alsta posab m 186I Ia Ena 3) Som
157.5r al as gaz as 78. per s.








ak.

3. 2AoetyluadnuotherewNl t*Amin~onsol~re- B i g.
(0.027 moles), was dissolved to 8 al. barnseas, and beraed to reths.
Acetie sale~dride, "1 al. (0.04b moles)) was radde dropwise rad the
mixture reflued ge0 ain~tea. Th prodneat prec~ipitar~~~~~~~ttttttte ead oaoling
rad asc reesrpetalised dissolving~ A hot 95E per cent etheanl,
adding arter uatil Surbid, til2triag hob, sad allowingr th prodnot
to orgetallisea the melting point was 191 g1 Parrai-Eoshite ea
e, e
19iktitorova (62) reported 186 ) Morris and westall~ (55) save 196( I
the yrield ~wa 90 per cent. As an exrbrnanus nitric sold wass used,
the compound abould contain 62 ato per cent at 8 .l

ii. 8-Acoelrcaolamioflure directly farm 2*nit~rothenrea.
01setal seeble sold, 250 al. (0.03 maoles), 2-frnitrothrene, $ p.

(0.02)I moles), ~En dust, 20 p.o cand alaorool, fE OI* were heated
meaas of a ai~oraur to rethz with vigorrou shaking After hard
ref~lumng te 8 hourea more Sn dust, 10 p,l w added and th alim
turei refluxed an additioaal 2 hou~rs. Actio salkgaride, 10 al.
(0.017 molea), was ardded dropout rand the ratninga continued 1 more
hour. The sa ur as tiltered hot rad thle product precipitatd b
addition at9 the fitrate to 700 al. et arter sad rearystllnIsedd as
described aboves a.p. 190.501 Jied, 66 per cent.

D. Irtelsul

Ai ranaceaul sylnthesis t the carelnogena, 2-nritrofluoremes
2 theonurene, and 2-a~e47flaminoofluoren lrabled with isotople















been reported Qs$ Iarg perQteam at Hew eaireapg, meaused both
no
as a asd a dsamoCusan assueson pass fbreagh Me i, U1r e

resal~o ala sappeda the theor that a 2sag peaktrom etw the llatte

at the anniange As preams inr the~~~ffffff~~~~~fffff M~sas at te at toa r$mm

that is lae datestshts ty r badissetest~a metho











III

THE METABOLISI, DISTRIBUTION AN EXCRETION

CF 2-p-CGIDENESULFORMIDOFLU0RENE-6~n~ I THIE RAT


A.+ Sta~ttttttttttttttemet~tt of th Problem

Recently the preparation (6) and investigations ($6,86) of
14
the radioactive forms, 2-acetylamilnofluorone**9-C ~and 2-acetyl-
o4
aminmofluaoredC have greatly rexteded our kn~owledges of th

metabolism of 2**ac~reby~lamisnetor (AAF) Among the coDBC1Hri0BS
14
estaiblished is that 6 per cent of the 8 ingested in thse cetyl*

labeled derivative is expelled as respirartory COI within 6 hoars,

while more than Ir0 per cen was found in the breath afe 88 hers

This shows that descectylation of IAAF in the animal bodyr ca take

places.

The obeseration by Morris e6 al., ($2) ta $L-aMino-

fluorane (AF) is also caroinogenie raised the question whether con-

rersion to the tre amine is a necessaryr prelUde to tumor incidence.

in general, the acetyrl group As readily removed from arnastio

ramines. If th acetyl group of ~AAF could be replaced with groulps

hich ar lsess readily hydrolised or not nremovd at all, th study of

such derivatives would throwo lih on the subject. It wa predicted

thatl it conversion to thes free uaata is a necessary~ step, the onl

oinogenicity of such derivativeB roald vary directlyJ with the eas

of remaoal of these group. The bebnsoy1 gru la4 hyddrlised wth
26.









IT.


astateelay rne an empes io kano to remove on fiees areap

(ccanace,so). seoomsasty, swen~l~r~n~aso~r- -*2n ene on ampeea n.
..se...sanet--ab wre~ p~rparea

IZ unsJ hada ah we p~lreeesen, arrse (iO) superts was
th 3Eknsofl empom8u ~I enesidesehl les settw than

AilI r, 451. ~on tes derivet is m~oneseansense.~
ane tme~~~~~~~~tttttttttt att~I~ric~atr of aparalsis o as tF Seuap
start te arbsorlpian and meaboia m at this~~ffffff~~~~~fffff derroivh to each an

extent that it is rlrar~u ts~amad ===mar team Me-r mibdy ? To

endvrw to answ this question Sep-tokenesu-urk es ......

(Ta A) as ~admnses b mas sea U eepn knes aI t **r
ardiesetivityj t ear ma sat mrets The wime sat fee wre~ aJ
-=4***1 t debemise it on empounta at waters mtablts absaga


a. supersmata assans1

re~Fassema h~ldaplegas~ad (Hal~mea) stst ass wit
** ****s bear mateb or >So On. are emptlpre. ases (mkp.

195.15p for th Mrst st seems ~rems ap. I16161 Ser the Mi

expe~rmac) rrme a* A ther Ass a a w~ eaem el salat ~ten 0 ag.
as
SEb A pse al. *(1. Malatstmaste was by stomeh tabe.~~ aseat
so
was tastatt is ouse prie t sesiig Ral. de at the TS AP.b 8

oeasant oil sol~hiabe satl the penettest mahatte tes (Perasw Ba

bOwn) through the w...4.ne.* e tbs emper~mm4 Th analsr we
almlet meer at all SUme.









28.


Following tnretmalt, each rat was~ placed in an espeelalp

construeted eage which faslitated thwe separaion lad colletiono of

urine rad feees~ sramples. The floor of the ager mes hartre~ cloth

(4m, assh) 'belwwhc wdas ar fine-meh sreen tray( for the collection
of teces. Under this wass ar nnel through whe the artae wass col-

leoted into a graduated containr. The the--eakh tbray was replaced

rther each defrootion to prevet the wrine tzam coming tnocontact
with the fsooes.

The anal~ were ke~pt in an air-conditioned room at go P

oept toa the onee of the third run where utnavoidbPPle soaditions
necess~ita~~~~~tttttt edt~t keeping th animal at a roca ~temperature ofC rabout 27 .

Feaea samplesr we weighed imedia~tey ~following *011***
Sta sa than air dried.

Inl th first run arine at feees saples ea~llectedffff~~~~ffff~~~ fo r

~51 hour period wresr stadio. The antal was dep~ived a t food at
as
8) raa and the TS AP solution adinisteard at 8 aa the following8

day., The animal wa uner~ observat~Ion betweenl the firPt rad twert~h

hours, tbe Swnmtytearth sad thirty-sixth hours, ta the fot

eighth rad fiittetourth heaurs, dartrag whih intenrals ine rand
fooes wren meaurredl AmeIatelyt on emtar1an. Collective samples

for the 12 erw periods be~ee the twlltsh an twedefear~ h houmrs
rad the thi8pr~lty-x rand forby**ighth hour were made.

The socnd ran lad1 was tnreted at 8 pg. rand adaen sa
tooe sraples wrer collected as described above, but for th lit

howr periods alternate to those of -the fis run. At the s~izty













evi~ty~ epeast.I The~ enr as exose, the Latt rrentrtP me Mit
wthb a sebsseway satSh hen bw eC allowed t pmp So hi setlt

a assessd snattagei embe semsssa 1 mi e 1.15 sessm emlate.

The 5.7 ma. or mosta ~se~nses me contateas t seaunts reme
almamb tear plams. The sotssatH tm~asnSatla

eat larg lateera sma~l~ad the seem were ebtalad Qumaitatrey.

Inigatura were plead as fallegel 8 age #Wspartr be thetttttt~~~~~~~tttttt espha-

seal alve, to (5 .. apara) ,ie atre to14 as Iblet sO1P Passeter
Sw at th jamettom et th 11sm sat the ur~aseatn sel, sad eas ea

the rree~m as eeg to tbs ame as peaathle The temple gastee

Astes~tas1 tre ms, amovat hopag l Ulgturre Satat. RF embs

Stag ~ behe be ligatuire a the pdPled aphias~ter at tlrr **~
eseal. gamest the Qbree neglas were sepaaste4. I~ ame ws gretalk

allbad sa u n eL pened sad seape tree of eabeat, these se~atents

emple we~re m~ah weigh d set 21ud to dry fa ai.
~Dartag the thatd sea Satividul Wrae sad fees samples was

ea31sete for a ~ap or parte4. A tas tweaspeert~h hea tCe bas

adl **=a==* etL an ueme, mal~l sateass me bree1 itestsa we

remove as baers. te livw sat kldee a t~ this sa l wag Ma

remove w1as weignet

The var~ea sample eat orgee wea Se pOPeredI fo audie
satUivit detbrdlerstse to th telled ag asr. Ate drgage t
teem, sat abaseh sat1 Saesta eekaasra mopinr wre smed to a

iyampene Sa aL mrtar, A susrpenerm at meh to 15 sessm agenesses









30.


(containin 5 drops of the wetting agent, Tergitol, to each 25 alt.
of solution) was then prepared by aizing in a aring blendor far

thirty minutes. Fifty al. of sedu hydroxide solution wa used

for each 10 g. of sample., A few drop of capry1 alcohol was added

toE prevent foaming. Th suspension wa allowed tor stand twenty-four
hours at go.1 The mixture wras then brought to roam~ tempseatuma and

again agitated in a Waring blendorr A 1 al. portion was placed on
a shallow alum~inum planches and allowed toJ dry at roanr temperabare.

The liver and kidneys wer prepared one-half as can~centrasttttttttedt~~~t by

macerating the tissue in a Waring blendor in the presence of 19Z

sodhall hydroxide solution (25 al. or solution to to g. or tionue).

Planchets were prepared from this suspension as described above.

One m1. portions of the urine, blood plasman and blood sel samples

were plated dinlctlyr on planchets.

Radioactivity measurements wrere made in an internal-type

counter (Q-gas chamber and Nuclear Inhstrurmnt and Chemical Corpora-

tio Soaler, Unit Model 162) with an efficiency of tS pe cent
as
Th 8A hard an activity of L9,670 counts per min. per agr Bach

sampsle was counted fo three te minute intervals and $b not counts

per minute above background recorded for each sarmple,

the concentration of TS AF in these samples was determined

by direct comparison with abandard planchets prepared in the same
as
panner and can~taning known concentrations of TS AFI Peoes stand-

ards were used for dertermining the faces, cand stomach and intes-

thel contenba; liver standards for the liver, kidney and blood









$1.


ealla ad wtarcs ~ rabadad $e $ art m at beet plasm assples.

]> eade to allatast earnestic the the6~ dee i a 8 aS t 4~he taa

were cented eas th sm daqr a the suples. The Ytel amans ot

W A pwream in the IhaeP~ sample me saleltd bp altipying~ the

assentatiesa by th teta w~tab at the sample The tetl hies va-

as as slaulatd a She basis at 6.71 at per 100 gm. bod weihtl (al).

The preeadare used nar the es~tiatia at AF ia $be wrle a

the phetameri asthe et We~tl saat arts (6). Ti authed

empep exreatiesi~~~~iiii~~~~iii byr rageen bg aprass with Wasreeblerie asl@

Alasettasties and reap~iag with I salt. Passwr I.4m**y xpadama

earned ea ea TSAP sala~tims As e~La abowed th the apdae~pa~

p~~lrecdre sd to set espsh~le a breaklag St s~rCalt**** 1Sakage.
Sarbsequent phetamet~~riealysts at the wIPae~ ...PPIn us rr sat

eat allm~anting hperelO sts sat $bas pamtLttag es~ate a free AF.

Utrine, obtatant ao ran salml a the sam stata Pal ae tod whic
t al. at es~asem oi hd beenlr- n anmeS ret teested to the sam

m~anaar as he~ expe.rmatl emle sat agd as a htmakll Asl the sa~lr

made aPnalysts. ~adards seatstalag varylag kness asesetmat

et trehl prearet AF (m~p. 187) per al. at wAB WWae ade ap.

These manr sarbjesta t the same procedure a the epramatal

samp~le sad a +rstenan earv pleSSlag ag. AF peor l. wrrae agtast

optgical d~ensity m gprepred Fa this Ibart th eeaegetaa$5m

et Ue experiment imple as obtasnd ather theirr eptic desrity
as det~amind. grim tr Cl the ul asaae as L~ ebblam m~r be sa

eeriadite fam Isabreated salmls.~b The~ I ~ intr amb mpd Apr the








32.


photometrio anal sis me Bookmaan Quarts Specatrophotomater, Model
DU.

SI~terial for the isotope dilation experiments mes obtained

ia the folliming mnner.r~ The suspension of third run fooes in 1%

sodium hydroXide was evaporated in air to dryess A s~amle of TBAF

whrich had previoal~y been allowed to stand a caomprable period at

time in ip sodium hydramide ~was found to to unatffeted. The dried

feceers s then extacte~~td with 10 al. Portions of acetfoans until no6

activity wasr detectable in the reside. Ten ag., of the acrtive resir

due obtained by evaporation et the acetone filtrartes wa successive-

ly rarys~t~alisd with 110 ag. of base TSALP tre 70P ethenal. iTh

rearyrstallisations were carried eat, I a t~areds if al.,, gpraduted
centrifuge tube by solution in a minians a boilagw 70) etbhaol;i

filtering hotly sa then allowing be cool alowly to room temperatures

for ) hours. After 8 hours at $ tbe material wa centritagd and

the expenatant defeated. The plreciptate w ~ase dried at 1009

and weaighed. One al. of acetone mes added for each 10 ag. of psl

sipitate se oneforurth a*gl. et tis solution plated on a planehet..
In1 this asoner i2.5 ma. of te maternal as~ cgunrtttttttttttttttttm each stirr Pight

realrstallisations were carried eat. The active aoterial from the
uParin was obtained by evaporating th pooled es samples to dry-

asess in air and extractttt~~~~~~ttttttt~ ng wh tbhree 10 al. portions of seetona and

two 10 al, porbians of 70% ethanal. This wa rearyrstoallised with
base TSALP as describd for the aost~rial obtained from the fooes.,

Itsotope dilation ex~perimenPts of the active material from the arine










Mef base =*rlv***T-*le=2**=** wre also ar~nst ea$ Th ba~se m

penga me aeclye arber5 msr iamb tratie together te Boo hease
hrang abomb Amr wehmse.+ Th serystallisatim proedur me as,
ram u ~as esrid beters excpt that 950 ebenal me ased as the us.

aspatantata a di and s~ta a ther solven for the ~preptarao et


We test for sadleservtrr Sa th taergents saltate ~16 a

tsmaf~ poletY saml ofDI artm am the fies and seeent Frm amr-s


srainta J~ J, ros. sense Sala per al. annous te adatason of

t al. Y sedia seetate ~, hepg me adgagbe to A dth I IOL epr 11 Mao
The 1Pales was them bewah to 80O al. wth water. Ftitees al. at
h...ldus. weaga (0.068C r knr-4@= d~adwebler~de l 0.16 1 ML)

me adde d stw the pg 8RP whsremeabliebst st@h M aeate aesLtate

Ather 10 atastes, O 10 mi a Itw seam med~ded After steadin swr~

alght, He blL==<@=O salta me selleted, ai d~rls sat cobDIP

0. assalt



of rr atstloutag ader~atabas im at S AF As gCive Sn rabe I.

firresstm asr r b em rwea SI) hoser sd It my b emes tha

abrile 67 per em$ et the stra~~~~~~~~~~aaaaaaaaaal a eagetd t the fees, sely 0.

Per cet appeared ia the radar.
Th $5m for Heseme ~a end ws extended t 66 hees. At

the set e his 4tas asrL radU~tentit a datesta~ble to the best.l






A.


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35.

new mea sun amemsr Orra aO s meesa sa as a satdeae hS1 m
rwealad asL the steseh Ovw 90 pehr ehdbe laattS




1~~aemas r bme uselrsalLIQ b bee eempletelyumsse ct m onIP

blee atr 66 hoLuse th dttrbuto etk d AF, me sumtan as an Ast e-


Two p3e r ea feiae~d is th seemeh the ma kl~l 3L Iassa~ae emaa
pe r~ ses, d the large lateta 30 per ems, The lver had abou
1 pef emb me ther kidasyles tasa 0~ .10 peret. The bleet pJlama
aew showe deflatt evidmres at law eunemligata at the em~pant
1Bth anae Sa~ Uod htest ee1 This agresMt theI iattage at Iards
eat Westirall ($5), atmas all th AAF dateted Sa th beet bp disms


tob Sa the hb4r~ emartsm as 10$. per emb.IIC This Irror on $b

peatftwo aide is jraSt abeat $bs eme a Sha at Hew prcein ampl
ea the neganwr sid

The peak to CMe~~~~~~~~CCCCCCCCCC riede..~ar Sa Cbe fees gameI a 16 hears




as aheat 6 bearrs ama t agedually damp ath, arrris ad liwesta

($6) ~test~ Ibt as) peak As H semagawsa at dieSuabl AAF
Sa tLe as~ wrrme em as as 4.6 hear perslet










in Frigrue t a camparison of the distribution of TS APl and
AA in the rat is made. Th data ter AA mas determined on the

basis of Masotisable attrogen (55,56), on the souirityr or the 0 .

labeled compound (6), rand on pase spectorographie ana~ysis of

Uo-n" (ak).
After 16 hours aYrris and Westral (f;S) found 745~ per eons
at the Angested dosle of AAF abill rsmening la tsh stomach. Af 2

hours, abant 6: per nt TBAF wa found in the stomach, but noea n..,
gained in this organ at 66 hours.

Using a dose of 16 ag. AAF per 100 ga. of rat, which wa
comarat~ble to the dose of TSAF, arria and We~talll (56) found that
28-65 per sons nas .iseamted to the w$.ne, as compared with 0.3: per
cent of our materials atD 24 haours. Using the radioaotive AAFI 6-7

per cent of the nsteria was recovered in the wilne after a 6 hour

period. The greatest park of this cmpound, 75 per owns, wase aall
to the stomeoh, Over 1 pe c ent of the AAF wa found to the kidneyr,
w~hseure less than 0.1 per cent of the to aa1copound was t this

orglan. This is to e exlpected, An view at the anceh higher proportion
of AA eliminated in th wrine.

Th carrier experiments carried eat on the saberial aliminated

by the intestine sh~owed it to be anchanged TSAF, aaisnrtion of the
materal exarated in the urinea, whoever, showed that it had been
metbolised, the original cwormond not being present.
Wlhen h wrine wsas subjected to the naditted~ diasotisatoln

anld coupling procedureIII~~II~~IP (86) it was found that f~re AF wse present as

















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FECES $


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SMALL
INTESTIN E

INTESTINE

PL SMDA

LIVER

KIDNEY


1 I 1 I


37.


PERCENT RECOVERED
0 5 10 15 20 25 3060


77777777/7/72


65 70 75


l I


URINE


STOMACH


W TSAF BY Sm"; 24 HOURS
El AAF BY C'*; 6 HOURS
IIII AAF BY DIAZOTTIZATO)N; 16 HOURS
Imi AAF BY DIAZOTTIZATION; 24HOURS
M AAF BY N'ss 18 HOURS


r


0.3 OS 0.9


PERCENT RECOVERED


Ingas 1. A egprtaea~ at the dIsttate at 'PWAF sat AA

to the eagne adr emeet at $ba saS. Th seals ~bf r th le

pleam, Stra rJ and~ seesear hLasee pepaguall

--mymifld









38*1

0.148 per cent of th ingested TSAF, IS As thus evident that al the

compound seooonted for to th urine mne la the emrpletely hyldrolised
form.,

In an attempt to determine whart other metabolite at TSAF mse

present in the urrine, th aruarynr inorrgnie sultate aes precipitated
as besidine sulfarte, No radioactive inor~ganio saltaek wa ~Prese~t.

The hgdrolysis of TSAF would be expected to Jield, An addk.

Stion to AF, ptokensstu~ulonae. Crrier exrperiments serrned ea with

thi aeamound failed to establish its presence. Slither befor e o

after hydrolgsis, the ptolrueeulto~nio said moaisty woas mobabolised.

Oyridtion of n areawtsti methyl groulp to the oujabz racid to a known

assabolio procees. IS As poessthl that the other metabolite of~ TSAP

As p-rloulobenoe acd.
Sincer these studioe s ow that over 90 per cenrt of th ingested

T8AF i excreted unehanged in the teees, Atl~ ma bs suggested that th

compeand s naoneareogad~e beeuse it; is not absorObed to entriotent~n

conenotrations by organs sarat likely to be attahesd. The following

facts, howevrl contrardict this idea. Th amount of radioactive LAAF

in the livrer at 6 hears asr Q.7 per cent, which to oamprable with

the TSAP val~u (1.0 per cent) at the end~ of 21shous. Afterii~~~iii~~~ g hours,

howver, harris eat Westrall (55) found only 0.2 per ount of the AAF

in the liver by dissotisation, This different to the two values for

AAF is signitioanat. T the first case, the AF wase determined in teras
r4
of th C The second value la based on dissotisable AiF aviarble by

extractian and hy~drolyst. The~ ract that less is racotuned for by













et AAF to $be Hear~ L met th resals ati~ alherUl embtIBa Wga
ba$ As a --y*- eat the stah e th empema la Sh livr.

5.4 as emr te dest~rsre is presse s me, therP to hasrrp

somessasses m fr aa ipl eager parted a am )ban AF. I~ eaSU

were espsLe et eaaar~ preashina, A ha rrisettete embae6 rL

Sht argan t dslaF Y bShl sativity Ai probab asp~sas te r

assL lack as onesagemensp~rI asr~ an u as1U tar, lshr asU a m

state egmpea sa is ee$ meral t**~r Sa the lir.pr

lAwtherP aeenrth asslt is ShsS Sh samenteetteesY at both

TBAF eat AA in H e ble p~ams are equ~rl, Neis sd WeeSUe2 (5%)

repr 100 pg. AAF pe 100 at. Heat pI ms, 16 hows afterP Sagetism
We fema this sum level (100 ps. TSAF per 100 al. beet l m) even
after als hows.

The ques~ata stallttt~~~~~ttttt~~~~~ wosa seen r to meU pitry erarnesa

gea, eat whether enverels a salbsta~a momta a a derrivativ to
th te adae lsr aL measesary peatde to wi5eawretegn s An obj***
Smto r b s theory is She evidea tha AF Is the purimr eretae=

gas. n is knew ea a vrsea or seemste mas re aestatates

aE gg as addistem, ustso, 0eat and am (ap) weprt Mat La Mer
as r~ to a sishtl a 3rlrower-ess onsagr 41an ~Ur1 a tees whic

wealdl aeat ct ha be respect if AAF As assive#3j sa~ly Manghse

stea to AF Uve tteetss te1AFeaAt miea

the ~pr mr~Jy l easaee as ar Sa abab t the AF me supllis,










provided that A~ could be formd in who from the other derivativ~es
Yl~et eve i this were the ease, the necessityJ exists for the hydroly

sis of a fl6uenwn derivative ~to Af prior to meetyla~tion.

Go the other hand, Morriaet al~. (51r,86) have shown that AAF
urndergoes deacetylation~i tot animal body The lower activity of

AF~ compared to AAF in the sat is not too indicative of primrpairyA
activity.e Animal s ingesting $.dissetyt2landnotheren (di-AAF) develop
tumore in a shorter time than is neceessary for either AF or AAF (53).

It CanotID be infer~l~rednevrtheless, that dI-AAF isl the primaryr car-

oinogent The ltower activityr of AF in the 55 maJT b due o soluE-
bil~ity differences. Sine A1F is conseiderbly more soluble than

AAF (85), it mlar be exrated m~or quick~lyl hence, th tassues are
not exposed as long as with AAF, which is exoreted at a rate depend-

ing onl its hydrolysia to AF. FRthemore,~ Wilson, gk al. (89~) point
eat th in the anose AF is possible ~mos active than AAPI since it
shows ar alightly shorter period of inenbation.

Fromr the eddenae# available at present, it does not asee

possible to reach a final conclusion An this matter however, the
results of these expeorimnts wth T8 fAF support the theory that unless
a floorene derivatieir ca be converted in anlbetanrtial uaorunts to the

o~rganis to the free ashesl th substance will not be oaronnogenio (615).










IT










Zhk 2 pat& Rp ReT metf au~d stalel agat emely deteake

sad Mesapy et gastate same has be petated est. Mate~rsals ti

ear uLeemen~tast to aor bests, wa 1sealta ndaU a hearts de


ma years. Th Saeaspeatibaa on at diame rs at*==* lite such em.

pounse uses wel be wanhrl sa to seag==** ane tretma or amsta






81,98.93). Tobsa rat merre (P) wer e a~rS 4* synaesh a


turpa Rea. An AavesI ged a et bb aser dpe As tamsr a Lrm, h
shouet Ma$ He lve tek ap aheat Stee u asb me the rad~risagTl

as as Smar (Ir7). These week ar~~wares, (astesses e~auty as

litssemianattt~~~tt~~~ttt omo aseov empeandsU I ~Y~to ~ Masses sdteL este moder

to both M~apl sad mnage ~ emt thetttttt~~~~~~~tttttt shia ar salar ImetrI ~

analyds Aleh but Presteady kbee east S dessmissawY the 1s~Yeat
Stan o at res









12.
)i8L
Bloah sa Ba (8) selected I to labl a nmber of anno-

and bis-ao dyeer. This elemen writh a half-life of 8 days~ has a

rradiion suitable t biologilcal wrik and en be synthesised into

organio eapounds with a ther linkarge. Recetly~i~ Stevns gt al
(Th) studied th distribabienr of radiactive todia~ted Trpan Bae,
one et te compoun~ds first PrePared by Roch and Ray. Thirs pen

pound was a~dmnistered in~t~reravenus to mioe being suboataneus

imrplant ei~t $mor 150pia. Thwe oncentraion et radio~ativity to
Sranor tissue wa several timesr g~rea~te thoa that in ake~letal musol

or skin, 'bab coniderably less than to the liver, spleen or kild~ney

It a compound could ~be found which would displayr a greatr

afiat te the Samr than for suh vital organs as the liver and

kidnes~, while at ther same Ma maisntainia favo~rable rbie of

~ooeantrations in Sumor and surrounding tsissu, it weald g~retly

Inozease the chanoes of soounzte diagosis and thera~py of gasitrie

cancer. Since radionatiiviy offerrs a ready mran of detction, the~

need for a colord der~ivativ no longer exists sa other Sylpes of

Xlabed coaompsnade a be studied.

Several characterriaties of the sultonramde linage~ endow

these substnance writh diagnoshio and therarpetio potentialities.,

So far as cold be found to the literature the wrk reported in

Part III (66) dear~ibes the only ass of in who hydro~ysis of a
sulto~namde ilinkag and this hgdroljsis occurred to the extent of

on], 0.5 per cent. The ea ninkage wh~aich oeanrred in the colmpouds
of Tobin ea Mboor, and RLoch and Ry is quite susephible to easy-











m~ la Hste. ZEm sediat to ~ Hleamiss in eartat Manan (9176)
sa~ltaamdae av been sham toa seme the atteo~n tive tba intaba

o r ansmrsr sapiuppeea th satemato nonr ass tas seemtouse


tabbase on saewh or tumer (te). asy an sorte (66) popoe~d the

taSrrpape~n atC 8 tabe Uee alrrea pmisla8 empead This

abs~ebleeage bet mitr wal as4 ea~y er4 posethi adAS4Seas1

theapeatte Jattet, but wald ae after -au son atdeecim

StageY eartta JP~ atteegm ~ deba ies thereas barknew t

pea mes~L Sm b As IO rare siae to $baasl- body, is is puaims




alrea bbpeeem~al. Itsekd Mawe drivtie emetma ea or~~



t Fob~~~r enpe byt ... ..4* as seS able~p~rid at cmga

goes to Trypran Ew or Igea Rae b sd ~be etaas. Is these em


pheapleamathea (Augema) gepbl ~ sl She seed~Blp)gehe a 1Aahage~





Trypan Bluer



No HqsSQNH O)H




Fluoree*a2,7-diadfonmnido An~aogu





the~ possibe cro~mpuds which could be successthil~ly cn-

densed writh florone-2,7-disulfony1 chloride are by as mesans lImited

to the naphthylaminre sultonio asida, ad disaltonamide derivatives at

1sorene with a; ride rnge an varietyl etd physical properties an be
coneived .

The selection e a derivative with te best possible physical

qualities~ for specific afflinity to canner C6trasa pn~resnt a pzablem.

Sucah a large~ moecu~le with numerous functionail group makebsI it difi-i

ealt be debemrine what speoitic alteration in structlu rehould be

made to obtain th de~ired tumror localiatiton. ~It the maoleule to

built up ste br s~tep it shouldl be possible be detemine wrich stnrao-

tSure contribute to the desired properbies and whichae responsibe

for the objectional quatities.









The tendemnafl sreture gspa whieb a melesal of Sht typ
costsl he brn ap is Raerwreme7~r~nt,.isal ate sett Werar ea di-
seatm theresl-(,7teesonatet~ (a,7-sta ) has bee pr~epar
ant its 4tatrib~zUtion ~ain kl rmelerta mise ivtiga~~~~~ttttttted.~t




1. piness.~ 1Pa.....q7~a~lsy-ases..s- n -,PI so en.
(0.05 mles), toete with rannamewate 5,8, dB al. (1.80 mise)l
sentainta Sas Sa wak I01, 0.3 al. (8 m.)r wa wamed ea ast
kse. Asser one--lair heAr me nameOneDP essmerea. The selatte


Mhie precpi~tat foameA ~anmlalat- 1* was ad to disslv MeI
panredst sa H salatten1Lm was tseda ay andlesolvd seeidae by
iitui~telasr Seag an ttalr tc. He predst as preelpitated
on alew eassim o r sel se~ + ang s. nsersata~bntsnt wre~
emris was Lq assment a prodnes sa a massu at benta uses


Asse paQreds t arratllise me stead wa 9.ht pe rw seat baed
theren sea l7.71 per cent base a BaB Qgg salter analyster ga
17.53 per sons as anu eneouses raise ~to) 15 pr eaO S. Th
pealaidina drivtiv salU a at 386 U th rlag peta e the al-
strong ablesseeu meslZat6L a gerte an mehe (tS) teams
a~ssas iaro Onrssem Pa,7.isexr ur enesse.~








46.


2. nimal studies. Fiver to six week~ old 85main A (Bars
Barbor) nise were employed as trwen third generation hosts fo thetttttt~~~~~~~tttttt
sbaxiarn inv transplantation ofJ a leratinising equtamous cell caroi-

nom (Line A, stamsob carrcinosts originally obtained tfre The ~Aim1p

Supply and Research Units of the British Empire Cancer Campaign) .
Whe th tumore wonr 10 day old, each mouse m adm iniste ed, ~by
tail vein injection, 0.25 al. of saline solution aonnetining 4.0 ag.

2,7-FDBas having a specific activity of 39,660 onsts per ala per
ag. Base experimanta As which the ansmi.l received twice this con-
centration of th compound ~failed tao reveal anyq ~taricit y sympataas.,
The annrmls we sacrificed at 2-, 8-, and 32-hour interval
followring trea~tmentt~~~~ttttt and pooled samples ;he a anim'al wer used for
eacrh determination. T2he stee were ansthetised wIth Ne~bual 10

minutes beforeU~ the Slae death and 'blood removed by~ hertr punctuer

prior to death. A1 per cen art solatian of sodium amlat (0.$ al.
to 1 al. blood) wa used as an antioagulaa$.

Th tumor, lIvers spleen, 'kidaeys, stomach with coabants and

leg anacoles were rmnoved, Amediately woeihed and suspended in a 1 penr
cent sodiumP bydraziide solution cent~fnine 1I al. of Tarital per

250 al. one a of this solution w as sd for each too as. sissue.r
The snapension wa called 0ost~and b8 hour at E. The mistanr m

then brought to race tmperature and Shorough~Ly haaegenised for 80

minutes. A t al. porbilon mes pl2aced on a shallowr aluminum planchet
and allowed to dlry at r~oao temperature. One al. samples of blood
wrer plated dizectl on plralunehta








67.


anne~Searte mammes wrre mee s so sautern.
center (Qlgas eBbmber ~at Mas~Te Eastrmen eat Chemen~ COrposett
seatr, a tt god Y ide1) dte sa attlesarr at Iwg pr em$ yas


per rmammes aban bekgreatseedd rrar eac wh Uaml,
The ememb~att at ,7456~ A thes samples a debap
aule b7 dimet~ eempaste dtM ~srtandlaspleaebst pnrropne to a


empma.d Liver sesatard nd usewed Mr the lirwa remr sple seth
nrJ50 ments atsa&ad tery ~the meals aat rs sat ab~bt blee

asadsj fa the blet IWnl en r to e2SLa eaesu ter the

deear at Sa*, ~ th ata a ts w~as sente emteam day asl ther





at 0.2 al. p~ e~ kag. bod wlt (40).

CC. assalt

The a4irtribution at selittenet it the #args rad Sbssma


Table1 zz. I Inw~ reas aftel~tr adeass estsmas emmasm o
41EsT4 ia the tar (0.ift ag. pe so. Steam)u wasMar tha


g~ras a that ienat in Ierabl usele sat mee ~the Olim~ tha A
tlw ln~r~Bin ~wrrrr~r ~ LUL~ YI\I ~ d as



















Cone. in Mgrs. oa
Per am. Tissue Yge. 1I
am 10. Emood Recoveredr Recovreld


TwoI hours s

Blood 0.16, .0.331 3.531
Liver 0.930 0.295 2.95b
fi~dney 0.136 0.066 0466
spleen o0.06 0.2 0.26r ~z
Stamach + er 0.16) 0.067 0.67
Tumor 0.152 0.058 0.58
Leg muscless 0.035 -

Eight herars
Blood 0.079 0.17r 1 .7L
Livrn o0.0So odoe8 "1 oe
Miasysa 0.062 0.035 0.35
spleen 0.030 0.011 0.11
stomach + or 0.077 0.088 0.28
Tumor 0.058 0.016 0.16
I~g masoles 0.052 ~- --

Thirtp-two houra a

Blood 0.00Q 0.006r 0.06
Liver 0.007 0.011 0.11
EldAsys 0.026 0.011 01
Spleen 0.005: 0,col oot
Stamach er 0.028 0.006 0.06
Ttamar 0.0186 0.006 0.06
Iss meelesn 0.000 -- -


L8.


DISTRI13TION1 OF ADICACTIVITY QIN
TUMBOR-BBARINGQ MICB F~UQIJWN INTRATEN~OUS ,,
INJECTION OF D]BODIUM~ FIDnORENE*2,7-IBZUI.POATE..
(5.0 as. 4,7-rua*~ sn 0.25 al. saLsn)










BM..WJ g
anm ror ea Ir amammL~rrz o
M~DfICI~RWIVWI W80 TUArm TWU O THB
OMWRMATIWJ W WHRl TWWWSE FWT~AWZD~ A
88W.15 TIDJBRIW Q Itrllrm OgADWAD TO TPIICImnarm gasC


tas as
as r I *
t,l48 TappmI Rae5 Sal Rbws2*
t has. EA bra. Gkt has. 86 amr,


69.


0.71

1.37

0.86


eed

sher ~

Eldage

aYPtem


0.93


1,17


p~eoo

r.57

Q.4p

3.de

0.44


- i

0.15


* ow+mtvt se iss sa~ wei asts name

++ Ather Ll heeseas sa nesettUr ar temr atle assi t1 m
detstbl Sa the mr~us1 be@










soaosantd for in the liver and kid~neye these raines wer less than
fo the tmomr tissue. The blood showed a slightly higher concentrar-

tim (0.1616 ag. per a.) tha did the tumor.
At~he 8 honrse th locallnisat of 2,71-FD8 a As the Smar~ w
abill greaterf~~~ffff~~~fff~~~ than to the liver, spleen or m~oole ba slightly ]less
thea n to th kidneye and blood.
The ditstibution abardies after 32 ho~ur rrevel that none at
this radioactive ccanpound rem~faind Sa the mascoe tismsue The com-

enrtration et 2,7-IE6ae in te fpamr wa over three and one-half
blaea that in thse pleen antd two and ohabslt Stae that in th liver.
The idnes~ still abowed a higher localisation than the tumor, bu
the concetration in th bood was ne onrly one-ninth that to the
tumor Thes ratios ~re given ta Table III. Comprarrble rtios ager


for radioactive todinarted Trpan Rue ws obtained fkrm th work et
Steven a al. (T)) the d~istriburtionl studies for i -Wie due 2


Con~tretng thew distribution at 2,7-lDB wih that of I *1
labeled Trypan hue and Nie PRae 28, it is evidenrt that the th~oesen
deriative has a only maintacind but has bettered the Irtio of con-t
centrartions in Samor and msenle Birssue This ratilo to 4.Asti tr the

2,7-FDB tr be hers athe injection. The ratio Sor Nile R~ue 2B is
3.61 51 afte 2.5; hOare~ while Stevens and associates report a 3.33 51
ratio tepr Trpan~ 81n at 24 hears. Tlhir;ptwtto hours afe in~jection

of 2,7-DBIl consaidzrshle radioactivity rud d in the tomer whie








$1.
As meu massetame sa she rsess Balisr tera ms noseseearty




awon at as hte ass~aeasses in nob use at as dgas ttd

to~ tea lealianita studies As asr fee Stat eaeb vial rga a
as ther, kndness sat Isple .takettt~~~~~ttttt~~~~ up leage Quatt~ee at toL dp


seomsat i ser to Ie nvr as sa as smer ~4 hows ane~ sagusa.
Thisr sam~ still peressess an~ 5 dears a tas tsms eflbrStannu

study me arde. With thisrr sam empem (be kiamp sat splea m s
ema~trate eww three~ t$$ms~tttttt~~~~~ttttt as meh at te (p a did the tear.


at ad-Fas. At 8 a StU hars er~ as admps 2.4 a ass r


$5m me the lesalwtias~ atf tbsu Reum dervaiv grete~ l the

liver $ban Sa th osmr, sad af~ te LrSr hea 1Ye I.mn..mat me




2abeka empent Oan did He Sameb ab all at to~ $$m Saberva



th~ias dataLP ter Ub7*as ats emare thr lity wbAM 81 tr '
Opttttttttttttttttttthae for WYUe Ra RS.~ Atrte 2.5 heseth kiny showe ab

2 hears the ~ emnaenso of the 2aseem detrati me ).98 Mass

geater to the DSmo r ta Sal th lkidse.Te teeteema









$2.

of radiooacbivity in tumpor tissue over the concentration in~ he pleenr

at 2.r houra s "I.46 for Nile Blue 28, while this same ratio was 2.2t

and 3.60 at 2 and 32 hours for 0,7-FD1S The proportion of labeled

com~poulnd in the tumsor as campared to the liver wa about the eas for
the two ompounds atr 2 and 2.5 hourre (1117 for 2,7-FDSas and 1.37 for

NVile Blue 2B)I hoevr this ratio mPore than doubled for the fluorsea

derivative atk 32 hours.

The anall percentages of radioactivity accounted for in the

animal body indicate that 2,7l-FDs1 t readily uecreted. This would

be expected sines the disulonic acid groups impart a hig degree of

solubility to the fluorsen molseule. Such aP fairly rapid excretion

is a definite advantage over the high molecular weight. Trypan Blue

which remains in the animal body after $ days in concentrations only

alight.1y less than at 2L hours. On th other hand Nile BLue 2B to
exoreted sto rapidly that non remains in th an~imal body after 24

hours while th fluorene compound is still detectable la the tumor

at 32 hours,
asr
lV coamparison wit th dyes studied, 2,7-FDS1) has great~ly ine
areased the ratio of locarlisation in tumor tissue compared to lier

kidneys, spleen aal blood while. at the ease time increasing the ~faree-~

able balance between tumaor and musrcle tissue. it, is retained by the

animal body for a length of tim suffricint too enable detection and

trea~tmert; of malignant tisse neithout persisting to high canoontrations

for a prolonged period. The ratio between tumpor and kidney theave of











1.12 a t 2srr hers fals 0.69 at 32 hows, In Part ZI (46) is ras

tomad that a sr~baliamt deirivat et ao~rea asr a~lt~ate b

$be kidasy to mall aments. It is possbe hs the bL rrainrable
as
satbie om4 wth the 8,7-lrD emuld be grreal Sptrevd by eaa=

veirbigS Itake~ a IJault-th.

This flur~arr nsmpeaaA, themateae, ofers a panreisag basis

rapan whih saltaamide delroivate my be ba~llsst tasterd in Smors





at L2aealisatie a 2,7-@# As th stamah ad itsemes.I

evry ease the emeeratrasti of audiesetivi~ ity the s~mseh Ias e

pamble to or highr akan Cbs$ A the Smar Staea the 1sbatd em-

penab me abbdmistted bq Satnwaveou Asatten~, iS As aseer y that At

be aweatd by M e stomh well be rwesA I gastr~s seatet.

sreawtim et a higbZ+ seSA empeata is not is agramm$~ with~ $be re

eats obtalanrd to stense OnL thetttttt~~~~~~~tttttt allataStem at dJe starts byf $be

gast~~rie and. fingaban sat TisseherI (3) Anwastgate a larg ag

bar et deS~ ad tomatfb tha ba only emsu seeretd by the s~ae wre

ths empable et settag as baste~r (pes. iart s ld or amhetge dyesr

st~dudie wo as$ aliasasta by the getrie Stane

St~wma sad earkerrl~rs (Th) teent that audirsethe iettane

Trpsa Rae al* leeaised to th stareh to emerantanstemsl emperaht

be that to Sager Stases but anslh less tuan S tbs Ule kidsy sa

splem WIkle Trypn Emb is sa sed (p bp vtamw at A5 salteate

aid gamp, it also oeantrat bute Amb~marl gepe, Mrmwenr,









St.

splitting of the aso linkage with the formation of amaino groups is

know to take place in the animal body The radioactive iodine could

hav been directed two the stomach by a fragment of the dye made more

basic byr this cleavage of the aso linkage. However, in view of the
as
results reported above for 2,7-FDPS it may be necessary to revise

present ideas of the secretoryr mechanism of the stomach.















,1. A pathesi is desclribet wateh tserpenate isetepte

at3weges (18) tate the malsele et Ye eartaeees kitratheea


sastrats the htherte rwaknewl ta a the, ati~wege darrag assal u

any bedeberamied
3. The ditsribabin et radianativiy me rstate Sa the

orprgans sat emrets e the ses as a-, Sir, spad 6bew tatera

fallerrag exal a~attatten6i~ ea stage1 ~ des ~at memureangat


the *...4 t ome i to as usr (1.* pero one) ass to r baasms

(100 pg. per 100 al, p1'am) me empeLbl to Me ammSllk at 8.seetph
admthereasp tomt S allmilar expr~umats. Th anneareSsagentatty

at -~ 8-g.4o sesut===<*krr s, thebrfrs, is ae$ oased by~ Sa

eatti~iate enaembruratta et the empenaA~ As the live (a p~rj^*=<=*=

atte te1Pr MeequmairnftwasStas tamers) or As the hised.

Ovr 90 per ee6 at the Angested des as Sead to be askin*See le**

emage swashD asr eastLrratbassal rswee on7 0.95 per eat a


ter Sa the arias me la th temr at m..amdammeas.u thds s~tLaat


wembrse win bbe relaruly lars* amentp, a~ppenalmbel )0 per seat

or as earnineass r -seests.4-frlasum appealrta As H adae.








56.

3. A, synthesis isl described which incorporates radioactive

sulfar (Sas) into the molecules of disedina fluorene-2,7-dsuioaulont

The distribution of radionativity in the tissues of turmo~tearing

mice ftollowing a single injection of this compound ~ws studied at

2=, k and 32-hour intervals. The ratios of concentration~ et5 radio-
activity in trrmor tissue tor the concentration in other tissues were

detewrmied. My comparisoon wibth similar ratios for I -labeled

Tryrpan Bluae and Mil Blue SS, the thorone compound has greatly in-

oreased the ratio of localisation in tumor tissue comapared to livler,

kidney, spleen, blood and rsscole. It offes~ a promising basis upo

which aulfonamido derivatives may be buillt and tested in Sumor

diagnoals an therapy.












1. L.Y.* Aebamar satl 4. del, angrate, I ar Mag ~uuests Tawaissn,
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t. H. Watae, kpub met Wee~rbeaeh Sga 81015 (18).r
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10. 0. asplrant, Iebem.~* J.. go 1 (1938).




13. B. baepleat AA. OLrdute r.5. loween ad B. age ebm. In go


184 (Ipbt).




15. J. Mr, gesg., u s Pc 5*,sd 137 (1939)*H~f f
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18. C. Courtos rad R. Geotthro, Qumpt, awad., 1 8 2250 (19261).
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lb s 181 (1943). rtl~ C~I)
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1926, she as raleatersea at me idEar smanasta eases a ass

deseph 1Eg Sebal Iate, askn B.SR. degree wit a lrr a shm

tstay we awasd~es ages em ass, Prm me onless at seas
salt Jsep~ewhemble M--Ma@kt, A 195. r th aes

tue yearrs abe~n meenagt gr adnt see~uk rdy at the~~~ffffff~~~~~fffff galversitj a
rme-M, me sweeived $ba M.. degase~ Qlargeate C~d amis ry

tbs$ iasttattian. Mear Ar es me eaInstreate at Cmsry~ a

aga~n, cae13ge, astweity Magangu, ier the sardmi year,
spier-spisp Es Baptabwe 191ip, she enteret as Gadat Sabsel
oi r noastrrdate or Ruses whe re shea hrls a asses asse

wants analt h rnwashp Si aa~ Imer aweshi She is a esadldt
f~ar thedegrer lat 1eater et Phileepay sa ~re masr* 98










This disserbatio n was prepared rader t direction of
thel Chiairma of the *Mdelapdnkl Supeurviso Committee and has

been approved by al mebers of th CommIt~ tee t wa smibbed
be( the Owedrrate Counc~il and rws apptrove asr partial tu~lfilmen

et the requirements forP the dege of Dbotor of Philosophy,


]pebruary It 1952








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