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Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products
Clinical toxicology of commercial products , Clinical toxicology of commercial products , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز
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Tabulation of toxicity classes.
  • H. Hodge, J. Sterner
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association quarterly
  • 1 December 1949
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A five-year inhalation study with natural uranium dioxide (UO2) dust. II. Postexposure retention and biologic effects in the monkey, dog and rat.
Inhalation studies show that dogs, monkeys, and rats can breathe a natural uranium dioxide aerosol of approximately 1 mu m mass median particle diameter at a mean concentration of 5 mg U/m/sup 3/ (25Expand
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Oral toxicity and metabolism of diuron (N-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-N',N'-dimethylurea) in rats and dogs.
Abstract Diuron ( N -(3,4-dichlorophenyl)- N′,N′ -dimethylurea) has a relatively low order of acute oral toxicity in the rat. The LD 50 (14-day) for males was 3·4 g/kg. Ten daily doses of 1 g/kg wereExpand
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Chronic oral toxicity of 2-ethylhexyl phthalate in rats and dogs.
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A five-year inhalation study with natural uranium dioxide (UO2) dust-I. Retention and biologic effect in the monkey, dog and rat.
Monkeys, dogs and rats inhaled natural UO, dust of approximately 1 micron MMD, at a concentration of 5 mg U/m3, 6 hr per day, 5 days per week for periods up to 5 yr. Retention curves for U in theExpand
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Chronic oral toxicity of a high gel point methylcellulose (methocel HG) in rats and dogs.
1. Groups of 50 male and 50 female rats were fed for a period of two years diets containing the following percentages of Methocel HG:0 (control groups), 1, 5 and 20. Growth retardation was exhibitedExpand
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[Studies on single oral doses of a high gel point methylcellulose].
Abstract A high gel point methylcellulose (Methocel HG) was given in single doses to normal healthy young adults. Only minor symptoms were reported, e. g., mild laxative effect, mild constipatingExpand
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Toxicology and no-effect levels of aldrin and dieldrin.
Some of the critical values have been selected from the various criteria just reviewed and are listed below. Acute oral toxicity. Twenty to 70 mg/kg, aldrin or dieldrin, 12 species. The estimatedExpand
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Toxicological studies of orthophenylphenol (Dowicide 1).
1. Orthophenylphenol has a low acute oral toxicity for male rats; the LD 50 with its 19/20 confidence limits was found to be 2.7 (2.4 to 3.1) gm./kgm. 2. Orthophenylphenol, when tested as a 5.0 perExpand
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