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Five pesticides (carbaryl, DDT, parathion, chlordimeform, and ametryne) were tested for their effects on the immunocompetence of Balb/c mice. All five of the test pesticides were observed to induce statistically significant suppression of the humoral immune response if administered orally, at near lethal doses, during an ongoing immune response. Ametryne(More)
The mutagenic activity of chlordimeform and two of its breakdown products, 4-chloro-o-toludine and 4-chloro-N-formyl-o-toluidine were determined with five histidine dependent strains of Salmonella typhimurium (TA1535, TA1537, TA1538, TA98, TA100) and five tryptophan dependent strains of E. coli WP2 (WP2, WP2uvrA, WP67, CM611, CM571) with and without rat(More)
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